At Carpet Design, we have variety of different quality Wood Flooring from best known  manufacturers in the United States.

We carry the following manufacturers of Wood Flooring:

How to take care of  Wood Covering


As with any floor covering material, a few moments of care and a little common sense can go a long way in keeping your new hardwood floor looking its best. Here are a few simple suggestions to make your floor care easier.

  1. Never clean your hardwood floor with water. Do not use any wax that has been pre-mixed with water or one that must be mixed with water. Water can not only dull your finish, but can permanently damage your floor.
  2. If your floor abuts exterior doors, put outside door mats at the entrances to keep dirt and moisture from being tracked in. Inside, you may want to add a area rug to further prevent dirt and moisture from being tracked onto your hardwood floor. Don't use rubber, foam back or plastic mats as they may discolor the floor. To prevent slippage of area rugs, use an approved rug underlay.
  3. Sweep or vacuum floor as often as required to remove loose din or grit before it can scratch the surface of the floor.
  4. Wipe up spills as soon as possible, before they get sticky or dry Remove dried spills with a slightly damp cloth.  
  5. Use floor protectors on the legs off furniture to avoid scratches. You can make your own protectors simply by gluing felt pieces on the leg bottoms. When moving heavy furniture or appliances slip a blanket or scrap of carpet, face down, under each leg and slide the furniture carefully. This will help avoid scratching and gouging.
  6. Ball-type caster on furniture may change hardwood flooring. Be certain that barrel-type wheels or wide flat glides are used to protect your hardwood floor. If your furniture does not have this type of caster, we recommend that you change. them.
  7. Spike or stiletto high heel shoes, especially those in poor repair, may cause denting and related damage to hardwood floors due to the extremely high compressive force they generate. Such footwear can produce dynamic loads in excess of 1000 pounds per square inch, even when whom by persons of slight or average build.
American Classics Gold Series®
Mannington Wood Floors


Biltmore Maple
Plank

Hudson Oak Plank

Louisville Ash Plank

Potomac Cherry
Plank

Seneca Oak Plank

Vermont Maple Plank
 
Gold Series®
Mannington Wood Floors

California® Oak
Plank

Charleston® Oak
Plank

Concord Oak Plank

Montana Oak
Plank

Oregon Oak Plank

Windsor® Oak Strip
 
Silver Series®
Mannington Wood Floors

Asheville® Oak
Plank

Hatteras Oak Strip

Wilmington Oak Plank
 
Bronze Series®
Mannington Wood Floors


Jamestown Oak Plank