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Benefits of Hardwood

Regardless of your lifestyle or taste, hardwood floors will add value and comfort to any home.


There is some cost associated with installing hardwood or engineered hardwood, so it is important to view hardwood flooring as an investment in your home.


Continue reading to decide if hardwood flooring is right for you! 

Enhance the Look of Your Home

Hardwood floors add warmth and luxury to your home, and many homeowners believe that just having hardwood floors makes the space look bigger. Hardwood floors look stunning in any setting or decor. 

Low Maintenance and Easy to Clean

Interesting enough, hardwood floors are super easy to clean. They can be swept or vacuumed to remove any dirt or debris, and they can be mopped for a deep clean.

Durable and Enduring

Durability is one of the biggest reasons homeowners choose to upgrade to hardwoods. Though they can get scratched or dented, it is very difficult to do.


If you take proper care of your wood floors, the hard surface will last for many decades. 

Adds Value to Your Home

When it comes time for you to sell your home, buyers are willing to pay more for a house with hardwood. Because hardwood is a desirable feature, it can even help you sell your house faster. 

Style Versatility

Hardwoods can adapt to almost every interior design theme in your home. You can change artwork, furniture, wall colors, and other accents without needing to worry about it clashing with your floor. 

Can Be Refinished

Though you’re probably reading this because you want to get a new floor, this is still something to consider.


If you do get to a point where you want to change the look of your flooring, you have the option to refinish your hardwoods which will save you time and money from having to redo the floors completely!

Better Air Quality

Unlike carpet, hardwood floors do not trap dust, animal dander, pollen, or other common allergens. Wood floors are often a must for people who suffer from allergies.

Even though tile and laminate do not have fibers like carpet, they still have grout lines and embossing which provide spaces for allergens to settle.


Bonus: Advancements in wood flooring over the years means you can now have hardwoods in almost any room in your home.


Check with a professional from Harper’s Floor Covering Inc. to learn more about your options.

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