Beautiful Hardwood Floors for Your Home
Add a touch of elegance to any room with our wide selection of hardwood flooring products at Lyle's Flooring America in Minnesota City, Minnesota. Hardwood floors have long been a trendy solution in the flooring industry, known for their naturally warm characteristics, distinctive grain patterns, and subtle nod to tradition. Now, hardwood floors are better than ever, thanks to recent updates in floor engineering that protect them from scratches, stains, and even water.
Whether you're searching for a hand-scraped hickory or a contemporary white oak, our showroom houses all the best hardwood flooring products from top brands. Our flooring specialists can aid you in your selection process, explaining the benefits and features of each hardwood species and design style. We offer hardwood products and installation services to Minnesota City, Winona, and Rushford, MN.
As a locally owned flooring store and a member of Flooring America, we have access to the top brands in the flooring industry at rates that favor our customers' thanks to our 500-store purchasing power. We can give you budget-friendly pricing on exclusive brands like Aquadura H2O, Downs, and Floorcraft Heritage because of this advantage.
Solid Versus Engineered Hardwood Explained
When choosing a hardwood floor for your home, there are many factors to consider, such as where you'll be installing the floor, how much foot traffic the room endures, and the overall design style you're aspiring to. Based on these assessments, you have the choice between solid and engineered hardwood. Each of these types of hardwood serves a different purpose, and our flooring experts are happy to explain the difference to help you determine which best fits your performance needs.
Engineered hardwood is made of crosscut plywood glued together and a thick surface wear layer of real wood, whereas traditional hardwood is made entirely of a solid wood species throughout. You can sand, buff, and resurface solid wood multiple times because it is a single piece. If it is well taken care of throughout the years, it can last for more than a century.
This engineered method of joining the planks improves the hardwood's stability and prevents warping or expansion, making them ideal for humid environments. While engineered hardwood is more expensive than solid hardwood, it typically is stronger and performs better in wet climates, making it ideal for bathrooms and kitchens.
Hardwood Flooring Maintenance
The advantages of hardwood floors are endless, with their natural beauty and increased long-term investment, but perhaps the most notable advantage is their ease of maintenance. Your hardwood floors will look brand new for years if you sweep and dust them regularly. To keep hardwood floors looking pristine, mop them with a wet mop and a warranty-certified cleaner.
With our exclusive Aquadura H2O line of hardwood products, you can have the hardwood floor of your dreams installed in hard-to-reach places, including laundry rooms and basements. Thanks to a special sealant, these planks lock out moisture, preventing water damage. Their scratch and scuff-resistance make them ideal for homes with little ones and pets running underfoot.
Hardwood Installation with the Experts
You can rely on Lyle's Flooring America's team of experienced installers to install your brand new hardwood floors. With such a significant investment, you'll want to make sure your installation is done by a skilled professional familiar with our product lines. Our Ultimate Confidence Guarantee ensures a smooth hardwood installation, and our installers come equipped with industry-grade tools and the best resources.
We promise you the final say in your installation process, and if you are at all unhappy with your new floors within 30 days of installation, we will replace them with a product of a similar price. This is our commitment to you that our hardwood lines are backed by premium warranties.
Learn more about our hardwood products by contacting us today to begin your search towards stunning new hardwood floors.