Hardwood floors offer the unmistakable charm and timeless beauty that can only be found in real, authentic wood. A gorgeous selection for any home, hardwood floors never go out of fashion. Of course, a high-quality hardwood floor can also add substantial value to your Loomis home or office. At S&G Carpets and More, we’re proud to offer an amazing array of hardwood flooring options at our six showrooms across Northern California.
At S&G Carpets and More, we take pride in focusing on our customers first. Our friendly flooring experts will answer all of your questions and help you pick the hardwood flooring that is best for your needs. We’re also proud to work with only the most experienced, professional installers to ensure that your hardwood flooring will last for years to come. Visit an S&G Carpet and More showroom near Loomis to find the perfect wood floors for your home, rental or office.
When it comes to choosing hardwood floors, you have a wide variety of wood species, color and width options from which to pick. Aside from the classic North American hardwoods such as red oak, white oak, maple and ash, many wood flooring manufacturers now offer exotic hardwood species from all over the world. Our exotic hardwood choices for Loomis home and business owners include bamboo flooring, tiger wood and Brazilian cherry. These gorgeous hardwoods give you the opportunity to express your sense of style with a truly unique floor.
Wood species vary in hardness, and variations in hardness translate into different levels of durability. If you’re looking for flooring that offers the greatest durability possible, opt for oak, maple, ash or Brazilian Cherry. Engineered hardwood floors also have excellent durability. If durability isn’t the primary consideration for your new hardwood floor, you might want to consider softer species such as yellow birch or black walnut. The professionally trained, friendly flooring specialists at S&G Carpet and More will be happy to walk you through your options and help you pick the hardwood flooring that best meets your needs and budget.
Thanks to advances in manufacturing, today’s engineered hardwood floors are one of the most durable, adaptable choices for your Loomis-area home or business. Engineered wood flooring is composed of three to ten different layers called plies that are glued together. This layered construction makes engineered wood flooring significantly stronger than traditional, solid wood. Engineered wood floors allow Loomis homeowners to use hardwood flooring in areas of their homes that they never thought possible.
In general, solid wood flooring is considered less durable than engineered wood flooring because it is constructed from pure hardwood milled from lumber. The natural materials from which solid wood floors are constructed can react to temperature and moisture over time, which means that solid wood floors may expand or shrink as the years pass. However, solid wood flooring can be sanded and refinished periodically to manage changes in condition. For below-ground and bathroom hardwood floor installation, avoid solid hardwood and choose a durable engineered hardwood floor instead.
Shopping for hardwood flooring doesn’t need to be confusing or difficult. At S&G Carpet and More, we’re here to help you find the right hardwood flooring for your Loomis area home or office. Stop by one of our six Northern California showrooms today to browse our great flooring selection. Don’t forget to ask us about our guaranteed hardwood floor installations too.
S & G Carpets and More has been serving Loomis and the surrounding areas with carpet and flooring since 1948. Today the company has six stores that make selling flooring materials to customers in the entire Northern California region possible. S & G Carpets and More six locations ensure our customers are able to buy high-quality flooring and carpet at an affordable price. S&G Carpet’s and More dedicated warehouse allows the Loomis carpet company to import and stock a wide assortment of carpet and flooring products.
Loomis is located in Placer County and serves as a small farming town once responsible for a huge amount of fruit being produced. Loomis was forced to incorporate in 1984 due to the neighboring city of Rocklin attempting to annex the small town. In a fight to save the small town feel and character the residents have grown to love, the local government scrambled to incorporate.