June 22, 2020 2 min read

Maybe you’ve recently had to deal with a burst pipe, or maybe your old flooring just isn’t holding up to foot traffic like it used to. Or, maybe you’ve simply had humidity issues lately, causing your flooring to warp. Regardless: it’s time to replace your flooring. But what should your new choice be? Perhaps you've been embittered by the failures of your previous floorings, or perhaps you’re just leery about buying flooring again after the disaster that led to the demise of your previous set. When it comes to completely replacing your flooring, there can be a lot to unpack emotionally!


No matter your relationship with or feelings about your flooring, E Hardwoods & Flooring is here to help. We’ll help you find a new kind of flooring that succeeds where your old flooring failed. Rest assured that with our assistance, your new flooring will perfectly synchronize with your lifestyle and with maintenance commitments that work with you, not against you. With that, we dive into a few solutions, straight from our stock, that could be the right fit for you if you’ve struggled to vibe with your previous floorings.

You Can Depend on the Quality of E Hardwoods & Flooring

No matter what flooring you choose from us—solid hardwood flooring, engineered hardwood flooring, vinyl flooring—you can trust that you’ll get only the best. However, each flooring type has certain inherent characteristics that make it more successful in some situations than others. Making informed decisions about your flooring choice is the best way to ensure your satisfaction.


Part of making those smart choices is assessing what made your previous flooring fail.


  • Did your home struggle with humidity? Essentially, humidity damage is water damage, so it behooves you to choose future flooring that is resistant to this. Vinyl flooring or waterproof wood-look flooring is a good bet. Its imperviousness to moisture means you’ll never have problems with humidity again.
  • Was your old flooring not holding up to foot traffic? Perhaps it was too soft. Solid hardwood flooring is king when it comes to standing up to extensive use—provided it’s taken care of properly.
  • Was your old flooring easily stained? Many non-carpet floorings can stand up to stains, provided it’s cleaned up promptly. Depending on other lifestyle factors, anything from solid hardwood flooring to vinyl flooring could suit you and your family well.

E Hardwoods & Flooring is Here to Help You

Our team would be happy to help find the perfect flooring solution for you. Check out our products here or contact us with further questions.