Hard Surface Floors

Hardwood, LVT, Vinyl, Laminate, & Tile

Hard Surface Flooring

Hardwood  |  Laminate  |  Luxury Vinyl  |  Tile

Hard Surface Flooring at Eberhard Carpet One Floor & Home

Walking into your home after a day on the job should come with a breath of relief. Yet, walking into a home where your floor is chipped, scratched, and worn out is anything but a relief. You may be putting off getting that new hard surface floor for many reasons: It’s expensive, time consuming, and you can never decide what you want. However, with our Eberhard Carpet One Floor & Home team, as well as our wide range of floor options, there is no reason to put off getting the perfect hard surface floor. We will be there to help you every step of the way.

You may not be an expert when it comes to hard surface floors, but that doesn’t matter. We have a floor for any price range or budget. Whether you are looking for hardwood, vinyl, laminate, or tile flooring we have it all. Our Eberhard team will go over the benefits of each and help your decide the best option for your homes style. Not to mention our installations come with the Beautiful Guarantee.  To learn more about Hard Surface Flooring read below: 

Invincible Hardwood flooring


As part of our wood flooring selection, we carry many styles of hardwood flooring.  Hardwood is without a doubt the most popular wood flooring option, as it offers natural style and strength.

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Laminate for Life


Laminate flooring looks, feels, and even is installed like hardwood, but it offers greater wear resistance and dimensional stability.

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COREtec Plus luxury vinyl flooring

Luxury Vinyl

Vinyl flooring, like laminate, is specially-made to look like hardwood or tile. But, vinyl offers even greater wear resistance and durability, as well as relative softness and warmth underfoot. For even greater performance, take a look at luxury vinyl flooring. 

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Tile flooring is popular in kitchens and bathrooms because it offers water and heat resistance.  We recommend ceramic tile and porcelain tile for residential areas

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