Wood Flooring

Visit Paradise Carpet One Floor & Home in Lawrence to shop our selection of hardwood, bamboo, and cork

Wood Flooring Options

Paradise Carpet One Floor & Home in Lawrence is your local leader when it comes to wood flooring. We offer a great selection of wood options, including hardwood flooring, bamboo flooring, and cork flooring. Homeowners love choosing wood flooring for their home settings because it can add tremendous value to any setting. Wood, no matter which option you choose, simply offers natural visuals and textures that cannot be replicated.

Wood flooring is available in solid and engineered constructions. Engineered wood flooring, including engineered hardwood and engineered bamboo, is popular because, compared to solid wood, it is more dimensionally stable and wear resistant. As a result, engineered wood flooring is suitable for areas with heavy foot traffic, and it can be installed below, on, or above ground.

Our Wood Flooring Options

As part of our wood flooring selection, we feature styles from Armstrong, Mannington, Paramount, USFloors (Castle Combe), and Mirage. And, we have Carpet One exclusives like Invincible Hardwood and Rustic River.

Rustic River hardwood flooring

Hardwood Flooring

Hardwood flooring is certainly the most popular wood flooring option. It offers natural style and strength, so it can add tremendous value to any home setting. Hardwood is available in solid and engineered constructions. Nowadays, most homeowners opt for engineered hardwood because it is more dimensionally stable.

bamboo flooring

Bamboo Flooring

What's most noteworthy about bamboo flooring is its appearance. Bamboo's surface features unique patterns of dark and light nodules that truly set it apart from other wood flooring options. Also, bamboo is harder than hardwood and cork, so it is less likely to chip and dent.

cork flooring

Cork Flooring

Cork flooring is friendlier to the environment than hardwood and bamboo because it is only made from the bark of the cork oak tree. In addition, cork is warmer and softer underfoot than hardwood and bamboo, and it is actually resilient.