The layered approach found in engineered wood flooring provides you with more options and flexibility than traditional hardwood floors. You will have a greater variety of plank widths, less cost for the product, and a faster installation process while still having the warmth and beauty of wood floors.
Solid hardwood floors are crafted from one piece of wood. Engineered hardwood floors have a hardwood top layer on top of plywood layers that are all bonded together. With plywood’s ability to easily adjust to humid environments, engineered hardwood floors are a popular choice in Florida. While the top layer of engineered wood gives you the lovely appeal of wood, the layers below give you more long-term resilience.
Since the top layer’s thickness determines the ability to refinish this product in the future, knowing the construction of the product is one of the critical components in product selection. Sean and his team understand the diversity within the engineered hardwood floor product options and will guide you toward the product that provides you with the look you desire but also gives you options for the future.
Although both engineered wood and hardwood flooring offer the advantage of being able to refinish them, they aren’t quite the same. There are differences that