Hard Surface

Strong, durable, and naturally beautiful! Hard surface flooring options offer luxury and performance.

Our Hard Surface Selection

There are many hard surface flooring options available, including wood, tile, laminate, and vinyl.  Each, as you can imagine, can offer natural looks and strength to home settings. But, every hard surface option isn't exactly the same.  Let the experts at Carpet One Gainesville help you make the right choice!

Wood Flooring

When it comes to wood flooring, hardwood flooring is definitely what first comes to mind.  Hardwood offers natural style and luxury that cannot be replicated, so it can add tremendous value to a home.

Visit our hardwood flooring page.

Hardwood is available in two different constructions, solid and engineered.  Click here to learn about engineered hardwood.

As part of Carpet One, we are able to offer exclusive hardwood brands such as:

Invincible Rustic River   Quick Step

Do you already have a quality hardwood floor?  Are you looking for some hardwood maintenance tips?  Check out our hardwood guide.


You'll love adding tiles to your kitchen or bathroom setting.  Like hardwood, tile offers natural style, but it is durable enough to withstand moisture and heat.  As a result, tile flooring is a preferred choice for bathrooms and kitchens.  Tiles are suitable on floors, walls, and backsplashes.

Learn more about tile flooring.

Check out backsplash tile.

Do you know that tile is available in authentic wood looks?  Click here to learn more about wood tile.

Our featured tile brands are:

Daltile Happy Floors  Bedrosians


Laminate flooring is an ultra-resistant alternative to hardwood and tile.  Although laminate looks like wood or tile, it resists most scratches and scuffs and can handle heavy foot traffic.  Laminate is therefore a great choice for busy homes.

Take a closer look at laminate.


What makes vinyl flooring a great choice for residential and commercial settings?  Like laminate, vinyl is specially-made to offer real wood and stone appearances.  However, vinyl is much more durable than wood, stone, and even laminate.  Most vinyl flooring options, for example, are waterproof, and they resist spills, stains, and scratches.  Vinyl is therefore suitable for any setting.

Check out vinyl flooring.

Learn how vinyl is installed.

Be sure to take a look at our selection of vinyl flooring:

Invincible LVT Invincible H2O Armstrong Luxe  Armstrong Vivero Shaw Floorte