If you’re looking for hardwood flooring in Easton, Maryland, you only have to look as far as Action Carpet and Cleaning Company. We’ll be happy to assist you in finding the perfect wood floor product for your home, and we can also assist with design and installation services as well. Once you’ve had your floors for a few years, we are available to professionally clean or refinish those floors, to maintain the best and longest lifespan possible.


If you still have questions, or would like to see some samples for yourself, feel free to stop by our showroom, located in Easton, Maryland. From there, we service the entire Kent County area and would welcome the opportunity to serve you as well. Our flooring professionals are standing by to assist you, so please stop by at your convenience.


Choices in Hardwood Flooring


When most people consider hardwood flooring in the Easton area, they usually think of solid wood floors. This is definitely an option, but you can also choose from engineered wood flooring as well. They are very similar in look, feel and texture, but one is likely to have more benefits that will suit your needs more than the other will.


Solid hardwood, as you might expect, is one piece of wood all the way throughout. You can choose from a variety of thicknesses, lengths, species options, finishes and stain colors, that will allow you to create just the space you’ve been looking for. In some cases, some of these options can even extend the life span of your flooring. For instance, choosing a finish such as hand scraped or distressed, can hide much of the everyday wear and tear your floors will see over the years. This can mean longer periods of time before refinishing your wood floors, which will make them last longer.


Engineered wood has only a veneer of real wood attached to a composite backing material, but that wood layer can vary in thickness. This can affect the way the flooring wears, and the thicker the wood layer, the more times it can be refinished, if necessary. Engineered floors, even though they contain real wood, can be placed in areas where hardwood flooring can’t, such as in basements or any other below grade space.