Hardwood Floors in College Station, TX
Hardwood flooring looks beautiful and brings luxurious appeal. The ultimate home asset, hardwood floors are a long-lasting and durable addition that adds significant value to your property.
A Hardwood Floor For Every Style & Taste
Hardwood flooring comes in thousands of style combinations.
Mix and match your favorite:
- Plank Widths
- Plank Lengths
- Beveled Edges
- Square Edges
- Weathered Finishes
The color of your hardwood floor makes a major impact on your room’s overall design. Darker stains fare fine with modern décor, while medium stains, such as honey colored, pair nicely with traditional décor.
Narrow planks have a more traditional look and can make a small room look larger. Wide planks offer a more rustic look and can create a more intimate feel in a spacious room. Got questions? Just ask us- we're happy to help!
What Kinds of Wood Are Used in Hardwood Flooring?
Hardwood flooring comes in a variety of options and styles, ranging from traditional to rustic to trendy.
One thing is certain: hardwood floors come from trees, and trees come in a huge range of domestic and exotic species.
Is Engineered Hardwood Made From Actual Wood?
Contrary to widespread belief, engineered hardwood flooring is made of real wood, with each plank containing up to seven layers of genuine wood veneers.
- Engineered hardwood flooring has a layered build to prevent expanding or contracting from changes in humidity. Engineered hardwood floors can hold up to moderate foot traffic and a fair degree of moisture, so it’s easy to install throughout your home. It can even go in finished basements.
- Solid hardwood flooring, a more traditional choice has a simple plank construction using a single piece of wood. hardwood flooring is beautiful and can help to add real estate value to your home, but it is limited in where you can install it. It should be kept in dry, cool spaces with minimal foot traffic, like a bedroom or home office. It can also be refinished to extend its life in your home.
Where Can I Install A Hardwood Floor?
The type of hardwood flooring you choose dictates where you can install it.
Solid hardwood floors can be installed on and above level rooms around your home, and engineered hardwood floors can be installed on all levels of your home.
Other places you can install hardwood flooring include:
Does My Hardwood Need Refinishing?
Refinishing hardwood flooring is one way to increase the lifespan of your flooring. Whether you’re moving into a new home that has worn wood floors, or you’ve lived in your home for a long time, we can help you bring new life to your old floors.
There are a couple of different options for hardwood refinishing, depending on the level of wear. Buffing is best for minor surface scratches, while sanding and refinishing is necessary for more severe damage.
Buffing is a less intrusive type of refinishing that removes surface scratches. It’s less common than sanding and refinishing, primarily because most hardwood floors have scratches or dents that need to be sanded down. However, buffing is a beneficial option if you have minor scratches that need fixing.
Sanding and refinishing are a more common refinishing process where floors are sanded down past the finish and stain, and a thin layer of wood is sanded. Because the finish and stain are removed, the additional sanding makes your floor appear brand-new. Once it is sanded, it will need to be cleaned, stained, and a new finish will need to be applied. At this point, choose any stain color and finish you want, rather than having to select the same one as before.
Where Can I Find the Best Hardwood Flooring in College Station, Texas?
Aggieland Carpet One Floor & Home is proud to be College Station’s best local flooring store. As members of Carpet One, the world’s best independent flooring cooperative, we’re owned and operated locally, yet have unrivaled purchasing power and services.
Want to learn more about hardwood flooring or planning a hardwood installation? Please visit us soon at 4093 State Highway 6 South in College Station, TX, to explore our hardwood flooring displays.