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Providing St George, UT with High Quality Hardwood Flooring

Having a hardwood floor, it could be said, is an American tradition. Since the first landing of the colonists in the early 1600s homes on the American frontier, homes have been built with wooden floors. Mind you, the wooden floors of our ancestors weren’t the things of beauty that modern hardwood flooring St George Utah options offer, but they got the job done. It is thanks to their ingenuity and the mechanical progress made during the Industrial Revolution, that having a hardwood floor in today’s day and age feels both traditional and iconic.

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The Pros of Having Hardwood Flooring St George Utah in Your Home or Business

Hardwood flooring can add value to your home

Unlike carpet, which wears away over time and needs to be replaced every five-ten years, properly treated and maintained hardwood floors can last a lifetime. Add that to the fact that hardwood flooring St George Utah is aesthetically appealing, and you have two powerful reasons why others may be interested in purchasing your home or commercial business.

Hardwood Flooring is easy to clean

While children might think that the sole benefit of hardwood flooring St George Utah is that it is fun to slide across it in their socks, adults appreciate its polished surface for a much more practical reason. Hardwood flooring is easy to maintain. The smooth wood makes sweeping, mopping, and even vacuuming easy. Hardwood flooring has also been known to help with allergies, since they don’t trap air pollutants like carpets do. The dust and pollen will settle on the surface of your hardwood, but all it takes is a quick pass with your broom or mop to clean it up and keep your hardwood floors looking great.

Hardwood Flooring Looks Good With Everything

One of the most appealing features of hardwood floors is that they have a timeless, sophisticated quality that goes well with almost every interior. They add a feeling of sophistication to homes and businesses that most other types of flooring do not. Additionally, where traffic and use on other types of flooring wear down the colors, patterns, and even the materials over time resulting in the need to replace them, hardwood flooring St George Utah naturally develops a glossy sheen, known as a patina, from extended foot traffic and other use. This is why wooden floors in buildings built in the 16-1700’s have a glossy look about them, even though they were made before the modern protective coatings were invented.

We can help you find the right hardwood flooring to fit your needs

The Downsides of Hardwood Flooring St George Utah

Hardwood flooring can be affected by the environment

In Southern Utah, hardwood floors made from solid wood can be hard to care for due to the dry, desert air. Solid wood needs humidity to stay at its best. At St George Flooring, we have solid wood options, but for most cases we prefer using engineered hardwood as it allows your wood floor to stay looking at its best for longer in our climate. If you have questions about whether or not your home or business would benefit more from solid wood or engineered wood, we invite you to call us and we can discuss it with you.

Hardwood Flooring is susceptible to damage

One downside to having hardwood flooring St George Utah in your home is that it can be damaged. Improper movement of furniture can result in scratches. Dropping heavy, or sharp items can result in dents. And just like any other item made from wood, excessive exposure to moisture can result in warping of the wood. While hardwood flooring can last essentially forever, it will only do so if proper care is taken to maintain it.

Hardwood Flooring can be pricey

While there are many different factors that may make your chosen hardwood flooring St George Utah job more or less expensive, it is true that hardwood is usually more costly than other types of flooring such as vinyl or laminate. Wood comes from trees, and trees take time and money to maintain and cultivate to the point where they can be used for proper lumber. The installation also adds to the overall cost of having a hardwood floor because the process for installing a hardwood floor is often more time consuming than that of other types of flooring

The Possibilities Are Endless With Our Hardwood Flooring Options

No matter what your needs are, be it commercial offices, housing developments, lobbies, or in your own home, St George Flooring can help you find and install the right hardwood flooring wherever you need it!

Quality Hardwood

Quality Hardwood refers to solid hardwood flooring St George Utah. Options include: oak, maple, cherry and more.


We have many options for unfinished hardwood flooring St George Utah. It has not been stained or pretreated with preserving agents, and is great for custom floors, and wooden accent walls where you want a more traditional feel, or the opportunity to match the color with a previously used stain.


Our finished Hardwood Flooring St George Utah comes pre-sanded, stained, and coated with preserving agents and ready for install.

Engineered Hardwood

Engineered hardwood is made of thin slices of real wood layered on top of plywood. The plywood is made up of thin layers that run perpendicular to each other to keep it from expanding and contracting, making it stronger than solid hardwood. This is a great option for any home or business that does not have the proper humidity control needed to maintain a solid wood floor in a desert climate.

Using Hardwood Flooring for Commercial Buildings

Hardwood floors, whether solid or engineered, can be more expensive than other flooring and therefore may not be the best option for your business. However, if you love the look of real wood, another great way to include it in your office would be to create a wood accent wall. Otherwise, a great alternative to hardwood floors is a wood-look luxury vinyl floor.

Come check out our St George Flooring Showroom, We have thousands of samples and styles to choose from including: Carpet Flooring, Luxury Vinyl Flooring, Hardwood Flooring, Floating Flooring, and Tile Flooring. We also do Custom Cabinets and Countertops.