Engineered hardwood is a versatile and resilient flooring option that can be installed in most areas of your home. Made of genuine wood, this flooring gives your home an updated look and feel. Engineered hardwood is made of a core of hardwood or plywood with a layer of hardwood veneer affixed to the top surface.
Engineered wood is most closely aligned to solid hardwood. Its price point, too, resembles that of solid hardwood and it does incorporate a thin layer of natural wood on top of dimensional stable plywood.
Some Benefits are:
Quick to install. Installers can finish quickly and clients can use their floor immediately
Available in a wide variety of colors, species, and widths.
Durable and long lasting
Once installed, an engineered wood floor can be difficult to distinguish from a solid plank floor. Even a trained eye can be fooled as often as not. Even though both types of wood floors bring the look of natural wood into a home, they are very different things. When to use planks and when to go engineered confuses a lot of people.
It’s really not so complicated. Engineered wood floors behave a little differently than plank floors do; they tend to be easier to install and they’re usually less expensive than solid wood planks.
Engineered wood floors come in various colors and species. You can find samples of engineered flooring at our location for: Maple wood, white oak, red oak, European oak, rustic wood, natural wood, honey oak, hand scraped collections, cherry wood, mahogany wood, Gunstock, bamboo wood, Santos mahogany, beach wood look and many more.