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Hardwood Floors in Florida

Dick Stark Carpet One Floor & Home is your local hardwood flooring source. We have a vast selection of hardwood flooring ranging in style, species, and stain. You can see all our hardwood flooring options in our showroom, so stop by and visit us today!


When you’re here, our local hardwood experts will be able to give you advice and inspiration based on your design goals, making your flooring purchase a fun and exciting venture.


What’s the Difference Between Solid & Engineered Hardwood?

The primary difference between solid and engineered hardwood flooring is in the way the two types of flooring are constructed.


Solid hardwood flooring planks are each one piece of wood. It is sawn directly from a tree, and the species of the tree determines the species of the flooring. From top to bottom, solid hardwood flooring is that specific species of tree.


Engineered hardwood flooring is also made of genuine wood, but with a layered construction instead. Wood veneers are laid across each other, and a layer of hardwood is placed on top. Some types of engineered hardwood can be refinished, while solid hardwood flooring can be refinished no matter the type. Certain engineered products are 100% waterproof.


How to Style Your Hardwood

Hardwood flooring can be tailored to your unique style. Living in coastal Florida, it’s no shock that whitewashed planks reminiscent of driftwood reign supreme. Oak and hickory are also especially beloved.

Customize your look by combining your favorite:

Where Can I Install A Hardwood Floor?

The best rooms for hardwood flooring are areas where there is little moisture.

Some of the best spaces are:

Engineered hardwood flooring can also be installed in basements and finished attics, where they don’t require a nail down installation.


Are You Ready for Your Hardwood Installation?

Before our installers arrive, you’ll need to take a few steps to ensure things go off without a hitch.


Hardwood flooring requires a climate-controlled environment. Please leave your air conditioner running prior to installation day. Keep in mind that your flooring will need to be stored within your home for two days before installation to acclimate properly. Also, make sure that your subfloor should be clean, flat, and level. That means that after you remove your old flooring, additional preparations might be needed.


See Our Hardwood Flooring Selection

Dick Stark Carpet One Floor & Home is proud to be part of North America’s favorite independent flooring cooperative. If you want to learn more about our hardwood flooring selection, visit us at one of our showrooms; or browse our selection online. Our collection of hardwood flooring includes the best hardwood brands, including Provenza®, Armstrong®, Baroque®, and Rustic River™.




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Caring for Hardwood Flooring

Maintaining hardwood flooring is doable for nearly

any homeowner. We can give you advice on the best

way to take care of them.