We provide a great selection of premium hardwood brands and services at Brewer Carpet One Floor & Home. We offer professional installation services in addition to providing your quality hardwood flooring. Our team of experts is professionally trained and will install any hardwood floor that we sell. We make sure you’ll find the perfect hardwood floor for your home, and then help you get ready for installation. We know that hardwood flooring is an investment, so we want you to be able to turn to us for all of your flooring needs.
Solid and engineered hardwood floors can be installed in different ways.
Solid hardwood can be installed using two different methods, nail or glue-down. These types of installations are permanent and ensure your hardwood floors will not shift with use.
Engineered hardwood floors come in floating floor systems. Floating floors allow for a lot of versatility, and do not need any adhesives since the planks click together.
Before the floor is installed, our installers will do an in-home measure, and a moisture tests to prepare the subfloor and make sure it's ready for installation by ensuring it is dry, flat, and free of imperfections. This step is very important because you don't want there to be moisture underneath the hardwood planks, which will cause damage over time.
We recommend installing hardwood in cool dry places around your home. Ideally solid hardwood should be installed in places with relatively low traffic like bedrooms, living rooms, and dining rooms. Engineered hardwood is more versatile when it comes to where you can install it. Engineered hardwood can be installed in unconventional places like hallways, basements and even in the kitchen.
Be sure to avoid installing hardwood in bathrooms and laundry rooms due to excessive moisture and humidity which can damage wood.
Hardwood Flooring in Bedrooms
Transform your bedroom into a warm personal retreat with hardwood. Since bedrooms do not see much foot traffic, solid hardwood floors will make your space feel more elegant. You can even complement your hardwood floor with an area rug under the bed.
Hardwood in Living Rooms
If you entertain a lot, then consider installing hardwood flooring in your living room. Hardwood adds warmth and style to any room, and will be sure to get your guests talking. Since hardwood is durable, you do not have to worry about guests damaging your floors.