The best way to determine if wood flooring is right for you is to look at all the benefits. If any of these appeals to you, it's something you should look into further.

Classic style

They add warmth and charm to a room and never go out of style. New trends and updates are thoroughly researched, so you can be sure they will always be in vogue.

One such trend is now the herringbone layout. This was the original parquet pattern in the 1970s, so it's not just a new fad!

Long-lasting beauty

These floors last for decades. So when your engineered hardwood or solid hardwood flooring looks worn, dull, or scratched, a refinishing will usually bring them back to its original luster.


These floors work with any decor, from traditional to contemporary, rustic, and more. If you change your decor, it's easy enough to change your floors. Just have them sanded and stained another color.

Real estate value adding

Solid or engineered hardwood, these are known as the floors that add the most value to a property. You will see your ROI in two ways.

Our hardwood flooring company will discuss this further, but 70% to 80% of the initial cost is reflected in your assessment. So a home worth $300K could quickly become $315K.

If you're planning to sell, prospective buyers often pay as much as 2.5% more for a home with these floors. Of course, they must be in good shape!

Easy maintenance

Dust mop regularly and vacuum once a week. Clean and polish the wood flooring a few times a year.

Keep in mind that, especially with solid wood, water needs to be wiped immediately. Other than that, employ a few everyday strategies, such as mats and furniture pads.

Superior flooring since 1997

At locally-owned Haus of Floor Decor, we have decades of experience. Our knowledgeable and courteous staff will help you find the hardwood flooring that best suits your needs and style.

We've proudly served the Big Bear Lake area since we began operations. You'll be glad you visited our Big Bear Lake, CA showroom, serving Lake Arrowhead, Running Springs, Apple Valley, and Victorville.