Hardwood

Today’s wood floors come in more than 50 species, both domestic and exotic, spanning the spectrum of color options, hardness, and price ranges. Wood floors come in a variety of colors that will fit any décor. No matter what the look you want to achieve, there are a variety of species to match.

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We feature wood floors that are made of a superior quality as we believe it is also both environmentally responsible and economically sensible to have products that last. This is one way we show respect for the value of the natural resources we use.  A well-made wood floor can and should last a lifetime. We feature both Solid and Design Engineered Floors

Carpet Court is committed to showing the most beautiful, durable and desirable wood products. Our woods collections have grown to offer hundreds of styles of authentic hardwood floors, with colors, species and finishes to suit every kind of lifestyle and living space.

Hardwood Floors

Explore the infinite variety and natural beauty of real wood. From 3/4″ Natural Solid Hardwoods to Designed Engineered Woods we have floors that make bold, distinctive design statements for the your home.Hardwood Floors are made to last for a lifetime and made in a way that ensures the forests last forever. We offer a generous selection of genuine wood flooring options at affordable prices – it’s real hardwood, within reach.

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Hardwood flooring is renowned for its natural beauty and durability. Its classic good looks harmonize with any architectural theme or interior design, and it’s an especially good choice to create visual room-to-room continuity for homes with open floor plans.

Hardwood flooring comes as strips or planks 4 to 8 inches wide. Domestic species include oak, maple and black walnut. Regional varieties, such as pecan and mesquite, are not widely distributed but offer distinctive grain patterns. The availability of exotic species of hardwoods varies with market conditions, and popular imported varieties include Brazilian cherry and more.

Coatings for prefinished hardwood have benefited from technological advancements, and finishes may include additives such as ceramics, aluminum oxide, and acrylic monomers that produce incredibly tough surfaces.

Bamboo

This increasingly popular flooring material is often thought of as wood, although it isn’t a hardwood but a grass. Bamboo strands are glued together to form solid strips or engineered planks, just like hardwood. Bamboo has many varieties of species and this can greatly effect the quality. Sapphire is made from High grade materials. Cost to purchase and install are comparable to wood products.

Grain patterns include flat, vertical and woven. Flat grains display the intermittent growth nodes characteristic of the grass; vertical grains pack the strands closely together to produce a fine-grained appearance. Woven types have sinewy patterns.

Bamboo is tough and durable. Because it comes from plants that are easy to grow and regenerate quickly, bamboo is considered a sustainable material and an environmentally friendly flooring choice.

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