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Engineered Hardwood Flooring Selection

Engineered wood flooring is real wood that is stuffed with an inch of finished wood on top and non-finished plywood underneath. Engineered hardwoods appear to be the same as solid hardwoods. But they are have different underneath surfaces because engineered hardwood floors are composed of layers that are piled up then glued and laminated in high pressure and heat to produce a flooring material that is moisture resistant. Consequently engineered floors are suitable to every room in the house.

To pick a high quality engineered wood floor for your home, you need to consider the cost and appearance because there are engineered hardwood floors that are of a similar variety to hardwoods. So it’s hard to compare the costs of solid and engineered hardwoods. Also, their structure is practically indistinguishable to solid hardwood. To determine whether its engineered wood flooring or hardwood flooring, there are some factors that you can check like the location or the type of installation. The quality can be determined by the thickness of the boards and particularly the veneer.

The good thing about having an engineered hardwood floor is that you can use it throughout your home on all levels without any limitation. Through its style, flexibility and variety of colors, engineered hardwoods are considered to be stable flooring in every aspect. Given that the boards are moisture resistant, it can withstand seasonal changes. In the long run engineered hardwood boards won’t shrink unlike solid hardwoods because they are well-built. They add structural integrity to any installation. In addition to its benefits, engineered hardwood also aids in preventing the spread of allergens and dust indoors.