Hardwood Flooring in Evansville, IN
A timeless addition to any home, hardwood flooring signifies character and beauty. Full of striking hues and grains, they radiate light and add instant style to the home. Always a popular option, hardwood is selected by homeowners for its charm, longevity, and ability to increase overall property value. When you need a durable flooring option, head to Greer’s Flooring America in Evansville, where beautiful floors are always in style! Thanks to Flooring America's access to nationwide 500-store buying power, we only supply products and materials from top-quality manufacturers. Visit our showroom to discover samples of our many different brands and wood species, among other flooring solutions on site.
At our local store, you'll find some of the following exclusive brands within inventory:
- Baroque Flooring
- Johnson Hardwood
- Aquadura H2O
Understanding Solid & Engineered Hardwood Flooring
Begin your shopping by determining which type of wood flooring works best for your home remodel. There are two main types, known as solid and engineered hardwood. Solid wood is what’s seen in contemporary homes as well as classic Victorian and colonial-era houses throughout The United States and Canada. This flooring is made from a single board of milled hardwood. There are no manually added layers to this wood type; just one solid, genuine plank of wood.
Solid wood is known for its elegance and longevity. After many years, when the wood becomes scratched or worn, you can have it sanded and refinished so that it looks new. With proper maintenance, solid wood floors can last for several decades without issue.
A more water-resistant option is engineered hardwood, which offers versatility in hardwood flooring installation. The veneer of an engineered wood plank is made from the species of your choice. Underneath this are multiple layers of high-density fiberboard that are bonded together. This results in wood flooring that resists moisture, allowing installation in any room of the house, including the basement, kitchen, and bathroom.
Whether you're seeking a solid set of planks, or an engineered floor with just one layer of hardwood, you can choose from some of the following wood species we offer:
How to Maintain Hardwood Flooring
When you make the decision to have solid hardwood floors installed in your home, you are making an investment you will be able to rely on. Built to last, this durable flooring choice stands up to the daily grind and will last for many years with proper maintenance and care. This flooring is also a preferred choice for those who suffer from allergies. Choose between sweeping or vacuuming for a dry clean, and simply use the manufacturer's instructions for damp mopping. Avoid using harsh chemicals that could damage the surface of your new wood floors, such as bleach. In most cases, a light application of soap and water will effectively cleanse your floor. Our team at Greer Flooring America will be happy to assist in cleaning product recommendations. Purchase a wood polish to shine up those planks every few months!
Professional Flooring Installations Available
Installing your brand-new hardwood floors correctly is crucial to ensuring that they last a lifetime. Fortunately for you, Greer Flooring America has an outstanding installation team that brings years of industry knowledge and expertise to the table. Our team can guarantee that your floors will be fitted to the best industry standards.
We work efficiently to ensure that you have the best experience possible, from initial consultation through final installation. Our installation technicians collaborate with you to determine your design priorities and keep you informed throughout the project, so you know everything is on track and going as planned.
Call now to learn more about our custom hardwood flooring installation in Evansville! With our custom installation, you will love how amazing your new flooring looks.
Contact us today to learn more about our hardwood options among other flooring services! We proudly serve Evansville, Princeton, Mt. Vernon, IN, and Henderson KY.