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Hardwood floors in Denver, CO

Need hardwood flooring hot enough to handle the Colorado climate? At Veterans Carpet One Floor & Home in Denver, CO, we have an ample range of hardwood flooring options, including engineered hardwood that’s compatible with the desert climate. Nothing adds style and value to your property like hardwood flooring. Here’s what you need to know if you’re contemplating hardwood.


Is There Hardwood Flooring To Fit My Style?


Here, you’ll a full spectrum of hardwood flooring styles, including:









Our onsite flooring experts can help find a style that works for you.


What’s Your Wood? Hardwood Flooring By Species


We carry a full range of native and exotic hardwood species, including:







Each species has different attributes and offer varying degrees of scratch and stain-resistance. Hardwood planks can be unfinished or pre-finished. Unfinished planks allow for customization, while pre-finished planks are the most durable.


What is Engineered Hardwood?


There is slight difference in the appearance of solid and engineered hardwood. The real differences are in the construction of the plank.




Hardwood Flooring That’s Seriously Sustainable



Cork and bamboo flooring offer unique benefits that could be perfect for your home. With their visually appealing designs and versatility, they’re always appealing.




Traditional hardwood takes up to one hundred years to grow before it is harvested. In comparison, bamboo is harvested between three and six years of age, while cork takes between eight and fourteen years to fully mature. Once a cork tree is fully matured, it will continue producing for up to 150 years or longer!


What To Know Before Scheduling a Hardwood Installation?


Depending on the type of hardwood flooring there are diverse installation locations. Consider our 100% waterproof hardwood, which has a durable vinyl sublayer and moisture-repellent surface.



We recommend a professional installation. Subfloor preparation is essential since unseen moisture under your floor planks can be disastrous. Most engineered hardwood comes in floating floors and locks together. Solid hardwood is glued or nailed down for a permanent install. It is important to leave a gap between the base of the walls and the floors because hardwood naturally expands over time. Once all the planks are in place and installed, we'll check the surface to make sure there aren't any gaps between planks.


A Fine Balance: Hardwood and Humidity


The relative humidity level in your home ebbs and flows with the seasons, without intervention. Relative humidity the level of water vapor in the air- can make or break your flooring over time. A higher-than-ideal humidity level will cause swells, warps, and cracks in your hardwood. On the other hand, a lower-than-ideal humidity level causes planks to shrink: an equally damaging prospect.



A consistent relative humidity level is the key to happier hardwood. You can rely on tools such as humidistats or hydrometers to always obtain a 42 percent relative humidity level. Other items that can help accomplish this goal are insulated curtains and shades, air conditioners, and humidifiers.


Ready To Explore Our Hardwood Flooring?


We’re proud to be the local hardwood flooring provider for Greater Denver. We carry the best hardwood flooring brands, including exclusives. From our incredible inventory to our professional installers, we’ve got you and your hardwood floor fully covered. Visit us today or fill out our online form to receive a free project estimate.




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Take Care Of Your Hardwood Floor


Maintaining your hardwood flooring needn’t be a 

hassle. Here are some simple tips for preserving your new floors.