More than a purchase. Hardwood flooring is an investment

More than a purchase. Hardwood flooring is an investment


Hardwood flooring increases property values, as high as $10,000 or more. We're also told that prospective buyers pay more than 2.5% for a home with hardwood.

How you will see the return on your investment

Homeowners will see 70% to 80% of their wood flooring purchase price. The visual appeal makes the homes sell faster and easier!

But the benefits aren't just monetary

Studies have shown that people enjoy their homes after they install wood floors. For example, 65% of respondents to one survey reported greater enjoyment of their homes.

No replacement costs

Solid hardwood flooring has been known to last almost 100 years. Engineered wood floors last for about 50 years.

Usually, all it takes to restore the original luster is refinishing. However, that is a long-term investment.

Other benefits include:

1. Style. With a large assortment of species, stains, and finishes, no one can ever doubt the allure of these floors. They add warmth and charm to any space.

Feel free to come into our hardwood flooring company, where you'll find everything you want in hardwood. That includes the latest trends like wide planks.

2. Versatility. They work well with any decor. If you need a change, change the color with sanding and re-staining.

3. Easy maintenance. Who says luxury has to be high maintenance? Dust mop regularly, polish periodically, and, especially in the case of solid wood, wipe spills immediately.

We Put the World at Your Feet

Family-owned and operated Carpet World Fargo has been in business for over 50 years. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff will help you choose the right hardwood flooring for your home (with a free quote); then, we'll give you a terrific professional installation.

Our showroom
is in Fargo, ND. We service West Fargo, Horace, Casselton, ND, and Moorhead, MN.?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Favourite List
no items available

No Items on your Favourites yet

Please limit the comparison to a maximum of four items.