Trust Floor Coverings International to be your local provider for solid hardwood flooring in Cedar Falls, Waterloo, and the surrounding areas. Solid hardwood is crafted from a single piece of lumber, and it is the most traditional type of hardwood flooring. Along with what species of hardwood flooring you want, choosing between solid hardwood and engineered hardwood is an important step in any hardwood flooring project.
Here at FCI Cedar Falls, we know it can be somewhat overwhelming with so many hardwood flooring species and types to choose from. That’s why we make it our business to be knowledgeable and ready to help you pick from the best solid hardwood samples, offer style tips, and perform a full, quick, and professional installation of your new floors.
Advantages & Disadvantages
Our customers have found that the main advantages of solid hardwood flooring are that it has a long life, it will increase the value of your home, and it is highly durable. Solid hardwood floors are stylish, adaptable, and very sturdy, so having well-maintained solid wood floors in your home will definitely improve its resell value. Additionally, solid hardwood flooring can be re-sanded and refinished multiple times to refresh its look without losing quality. This means that solid wood floors have the potential for a very long life.On the other hand, solid hardwood can be susceptible to swelling and warping if it is installed in areas with high levels of moisture. So, it is not recommended to have solid hardwood flooring installed in basements or in areas with high humidity. Also, solid hardwood flooring is generally more expensive than engineered hardwood.
Our partnerships with top flooring manufacturers allow us to provide our customers with the highest quality products and most popular brands at reasonable prices. We have access to a diverse array of species, colors, and styles of solid hardwood flooring, so we are certain you can find a product that fits your project’s requirements and your personal style.
A Note From Our Owner
“Choose solid hardwood if you’re looking for flooring with a classic, adaptable style, longevity, and the capacity to be refinished multiple times.” – Ben Davis, Owner