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Hardwood Floors in Yuba City, CA

Hardwood floors are a beautiful investment that brings value to your home. Always trending, hardwood floors come in a wide range of premium wood cuts, shades, and designs. They’re hypoallergenic, easy to clean, and can be finished with a sturdy surface that resists stains, scratches, and spoils.

At Glines Carpet One Floor & Home, we have everything you need when it comes to hardwood flooring, offering the finest flooring installations led by our amazing professionals.  If you’re dreaming of bold, stunning hardwood, keep reading and learn all about the different hardwood options and styles, along with where you can install them.


Best Hardwood Flooring Styles

Hardwood floors come in a huge range of wood species, styles, patterns, and shades to choose from. 


There are endless ways to make your hardwood floor extra special. Homeowners can choose between wide-plank and slim-plank looks, hardness levels, and prefinished and finished flooring.


We know how important it is to get the results you want when you invest in a new floor, and we’ll ensure you’re happy with the final product.


Some trending hardwood looks include:


  • Wide Plank
  • Rustic
  • High Gloss
  • Oiled
  • Natural Tones
  • Matte Tones
  • White-washed Planks


Are There Different Hardwood Species?

Hardwood floors are made from a range of domestic and exotic wood species. 


Each species of hardwood has different attributes, including durability or hardness levels, and wood grain patterns. Many of them will change colors as they age.


Among our most popular hardwood flooring species are:


  • Birch
  • Red Oak
  • Hickory
  • White Oak
  • Red Maple
  • Maple
  • Walnut
  • Shiringa
  • Acacia
  • European White Oak
  • Pecan

Since every hardwood species has distinct hardness levels, it’s important to do your research before you install. Harder wood varieties will generally work better for high-traffic spaces.


Not sure about your favorite hardwood type? Our experts can help you figure it all out!


What is Engineered Hardwood Flooring

There are two main types of hardwood: solid hardwood flooring and engineered hardwood flooring.


While both flooring types may look and feel similar, there are some very important differences you should know about. Let’s learn more about the different hardwood types.


  • Solid hardwood flooring is the more traditional option. Each flooring piece is a single, solid plank of wood. Its thickness and uniform construction lets you to refinish it multiple times. As a bonus, solid hardwoods can last a lifetime, and may add value to your home. However, solid hardwood floors are more prone to moisture and humidity damages and need to be carefully located. They cannot go below grade.


  • Engineered hardwood flooring is made up of various layers that are pressed together for increased stability from humidity and moisture. The top layer of these planks is made from a cut of premium wood. Keep in mind that most engineered hardwood planks can only be refinished a few times in their lifespan, although those with a thicker top layer can be refinished more frequently. Install engineered hardwood planks where solid can’t go like hallways, finished basements, and your home’s busier spots.


Where Can I Install Hardwood Flooring?

When deciding where to install your flooring, consider your lifestyle and the location of installation.


Engineered hardwood floors can be installed in areas with heavy foot traffic and higher moisture, while solid hardwood floors are best installed in quieter, dryer areas with low humidity.


Areas where most hardwood floors can be installed:


  • Bedrooms
  • Living Rooms
  • Hallways
  • Stairs
  • Home Offices
  • Dining Rooms
  • Retail Shops


For fully moisture-proof hardwood flooring, you may want to consider our 100% waterproof engineered hardwood flooring selection.


Can I Install My Own Hardwood Floor?


Sometimes you can, but you probably shouldn’t.


Allow us to explain. Installing hardwood floors is a very complicated and demanding process. It requires certain skills, special tools, and back-breaking work that’s much harder than you think.


Let’s face it: the average home or business owner would likely be in way over their head with such a tedious process! Having your hardwood floor installed by professionals means you’ll get the job done right, every time.


In addition, your hardwood warranty most likely insists your floors are professionally installed to get coverage when or if something happens in the future.



We can help! Our team of hardwood installation experts is right here waiting for you and ready for your next commercial or residential hardwood flooring installation.


Shop Hardwood Near You in Yuba City, California

As members of the world’s favorite independent flooring cooperative. we carry many of the best hardwood floor brands in the region If you’re searching for better hardwood flooring stores near you, visit us at Glines Carpet One Floor & Home in Yuba City, CA.


We’re your friends and neighbors, here to bring you the best hardwood flooring, great prices, and professional services.


Visit our showroom or call us to schedule your free onsite project estimate today.


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