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Engineered Hardwood Flooring

An engineered hardwood floor is not that difficult to install if you have the right tools and follow the manufacturer's installation instructions.

Engineered floating hardwood floors look like solid-wood floors once they are installed.

Selecting an engineered wood floor is similar to selecting a hardwood floor. The two primary considerations for most homeowners are cost and appearance.

Engineered floors are prefinished often with extremely durable finishes including UV-cured polyurethane and aluminum oxide for extra durability.They are assembled from multiple layers of hardwood, bonded together in a cross-grain method. 100% hardwood multi-ply construction provides more stability and better strength.

Even though all bamboo has a lower expansion rate than hardwoods, an engineered bamboo floor will contract and expands even less than non-engineered bamboo, so it is recommended for dry climates as well as humid climates.

Most types of engineered hardwood feature a tongue and groove locking system.

The top layer of engineered hardwood floors is a species of real wood. In this sense, engineered floors are as 'genuine' as any hardwood floor, with real wood that lends a space a decorative dimension that most people interested in hardwood are looking for.

Engineered Hardwood Flooring

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