Reinhart Carpet Outlet in the Philadelphia Area
Philadelphia Outlet
67 W Queen Lane, Philadelphia, PA 19144
(215) 849-2222

Showroom at the Lincoln Design Center
390 Lincoln Ave, Hatboro, PA 19040
(267) 673-8239


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You’ll love everything about your new hardwood floors

There are few things that can completely change the landscape of your home the way that hardwood flooring can. It brings some of the sturdiest characteristics, along with a perfect functional elegance that is almost impossible to rival. But you really have to experience these floors for yourself to find out just how much they have to offer.

At Reinhart Carpet Outlet, we proudly serve the areas of Philadelphia, Hatboro, Abington, Fort Washington, Horsham, and Willow Grove, PA, all from our Hatboro and Philadelphia, PA showroom locations. Our associates are experienced professionals who strive for complete customer satisfaction so feel free to stop in at any time to speak with them about your own personal requirements for flooring. We’ll make sure your project, no matter how large or small, is a complete success.

Hardwood floors are very well known for their extensive lifespan. One of the things that make this possible is matching the wood species with the space into which it’s going to be installed. For instance, you wouldn’t pick a softwood to floor the busiest areas of your home. Your associate can help you find the perfect match for traffic requirements, appearance, functionality and more.
Gorgeous hardwood flooring in Philadelphia, PA from Reinhart Carpet Outlet
Choosing the right sealant and stain can be important, and there are varying factors behind the best option for you. While wax is perfect for one homeowner, you might be best served by an oil-based sealant. Finishes can also determine how much wear is visible as well, as hand-scraped, distressed, and vintage looks can all hide such things as scratches, scuffs, and minor dings. Utilizing area rugs can also protect your floor’s finish, trapping dirt and debris that would otherwise hard your floor’s beautiful appearance.

When you choose hardwood as your flooring of choice, it’s important to know that the material can never be installed in basement areas or any other below-grade space. They must also be acclimated to assure that they don’t crack, warp, or buckle after installation. The acclimation period depends on your own specific situation, and your flooring professional can give you more details on that when you visit.

It’s also important to remember that only experienced hardwood flooring installers should be allowed to install your wood flooring. They not only have all the special tools and equipment for this very specific installation, but they also have years of experience that can really work to your advantage. The lifespan of your floors really depends on it.