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Hardwood Flooring Trends

Hardwood continues to be the preferred choice of flooring for many homeowners. However, many other flooring products are trying to mimic the look and design of hardwood like porcelain tile, engineered vinyl planks, and other options as well. At Cluff Carpet One Floor & Home in Waterford, we offer hardwood flooring and other alternatives. Hardwood is a classic choice in flooring and adds value to your home that no other flooring can.

Most homeowners want real hardwood in their home. Our flooring professionals can help you find the right hardwood floor. We offer solid and engineered planks that come in classic styles, as well as the latest trends. Although you will not be changing your hardwood floors with the seasons, it is important to understand hardwood trends so you choose a floor you will love for years to come.

Dark and cool toned hardwood is a favorite among homeowners. Cooler tones are much more preferred, and people are starting to lean away from wood with a strong red or yellow undertone and more towards browns that are more pure. Grey flooring has seen a spike in popularity, and many homeowners are choosing to refinish their floors to have them look grey. Some even take it to the next level and choose whitewashed floors for a more coastal feel in the home.

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Hardwood Flooring Guide

Learn all about hardwood and their different types and styles you can choose from. Not all hardwood is alike, and our flooring professionals can help you find the best hardwood floor for your home.

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What is the Difference Between Solid and Engineered Hardwood?

We are often asked what the difference is between solid and engineered hardwood. Follow the link below to learn more.

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Wide Plank Hardwood

Learn about wide plank hardwood flooring. Wide plank boards typically start at 5” wide and can go up to 7, 8, 12” or even wider.

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