Hardwood Flooring Installation Grants Pass OR

Local resource for hardwood flooring installation in Grants Pass. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to flooring, flooring contractors, home improvement stores, flooring options, carpeting, tiles and hardwood, as well as advice and content on floors and flooring materials.

Steve Locke Flooring
(541) 846-1383
15950 Highway 238
Grants Pass, OR
 
Kings Protective Coatings
(541) 479-0700
869 Rogue River Hwy
Grants Pass, OR
 
Lonnies Land of Laminate & Hardwood
(541) 476-0111
405 Ne 7th St
Grants Pass, OR
 
Timber Products Grant Pass
(541) 479-6822
125 Ne Mill St
Grants Pass, OR
 
Imel & Sons Hardwood Floors
(541) 479-7919
2001 Ne Foothill Blvd
Grants Pass, OR
 
Trinity Carpet
(541) 476-1410
964 Se M St
Grants Pass, OR
 
Robert Glenn Jensen
(541) 659-6972
1246 Watson Dr
Grants Pass, OR
 
Daves Wholesale Flooring and Remnants
(541) 955-5001
1724 Dowell Rd
Grants Pass, OR
 
Troy Dean Autry
(541) 441-8892
251 Teel Ln
Grants Pass, OR
 
Lipperts Carpet One
(541) 476-7641
1150 Rogue River Hwy
Grants Pass, OR
 

Hardwood Flooring | Home Design

Stylish and durable under your feet

Carpet installation comes and goes in fashion trends, but hardwood flooring is always in style. It's versatile and is available in so many designs that it can complement any decor, from contemporary to country. Depending on your tastes, hardwood flooring can be a pricey endeavor, but it's well worth considering in your home redesign.

Hardwood Flooring Guide

When you're choosing hardwood flooring, you have two options: natural hardwood flooring or reproductions such as engineered hardwood flooring or laminate hardwood flooring. Both are attractive, but there are several key differences that could affect your decision:

Budget. You'll find the hardwood flooring price point to be much cheaper on laminate and engineered flooring than it is on natural hardwood flooring. Typically, you can find cheap laminate flooring for up to 25 percent less than authentic hardwood. If you're on a budget but don't want to rule out natural wood completely, you could always buy out-of-stock discount hardwood flooring or opt for unfinished rather than prefinished hardwood flooring.

Look. Natural, engineered and laminate flooring all offer a great look. In natural woods, bamboo hardwood flooring and other types of exotic hardwood flooring are the more contemporary choices, while oak hardwood flooring suits nearly all design styles and themes. In laminates and engineered flooring, the style options are equally as plentiful, and you'll be hard-pressed to notice any difference in the two. Laminate flooring features a photographic image of real wood grain that is a great mimic of the real thing, while engineered flooring layers real hardwood onto a plywood backing. When you complement your floor with a decorative area rug , no one will notice the difference.

Durability. One perk of laminate flooring is that it holds up much better than natural wood and even engineered hardwood flooring. Over time, natural flooring can warp, and fixing the problem often means replacing the floor. The surface of laminate flooring itself holds up to traffic and bumps much better than natural wood, and replacing a damaged area is as simple as putting in a new piece of flooring – remember to buy a box of extras when you make your purchase!

Hardwood Flooring Installation

The rules for installing hardwood flooring also change depending on your choice between laminate or engineered and natural hardwood. If you're having a professional do the work, y...

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