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What is Engineered Wood Flooring?

If you’re considering engineered wood flooring for your home, trust Seer Flooring. We have decades of experience installing and refinishing engineered wood and sell the top brands with excellent warranties. What is Engineered Wood Flooring? Make no mistake, engineered wood flooring is real wood. The difference between hardwood flooring and engineered is that hardwood is...
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Hardwood or Engineered Wood for Your Commercial Flooring

You’ve decided you want the look of wood flooring in your business because of the warm feel wood floors evoke. Although the purpose of residential and commercial wood flooring is essentially the same, there are some big differences. A home may have people in and out, but it doesn’t see the traffic that an office...
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Dark Hardwood Flooring

Flooring trends regularly change and although grey floors are still popular, dark engineered and hardwood flooring is again gaining popularity. If you’re looking to install new floors or want to refinish your flooring, you may want to consider a dark finish for a few reasons. Beauty and Luxury The color of your flooring doesn’t impact...
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Understanding the Differences between Engineered and Laminate Wood Flooring

Some flooring companies try to pass off laminate wood flooring as the same or similar to engineered wood flooring. There are differences in what they are made from, installation, useful life and many other aspects. We want to help make the differences in these two popular flooring products clear so as you make your new...
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What is the Best Flooring Types for Kitchens?

When considering new kitchen flooring, there are many options from which to choose. The right option ultimately relies on your budget and the space itself. The most popular flooring types for kitchens are wood, tile, and some types of resilient flooring. Here are some considerations for each category. Hardwood and Engineered Wood The old school...
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Understanding Engineered Wood Flooring Installation Methods

When you call a company and ask about their wood floor installation service and get a quote, make sure you’re comparing apples to apples. Not all floor installation methods are the same. Different wood floor installation companies use different types of underlayment that have different properties. Engineered Wood Floor Installation Questions If you’ve already purchased...
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Choosing the Right Hardwood Flooring for Homes with Pets

In some of our previous blogs we’ve talked about your family and lifestyle as being an important element in selecting the right flooring option for your home. When you have pets, especially large or active dogs, you want to find the right flooring that will last and look great for as long as possible. Of...
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The Challenges of Adding Hardwood Flooring to Existing Wood Floors

Some homes have hardwood flooring only in one area. Do you wonder what can be done to extend flooring throughout the main living space? You don’t necessarily have to tear up the existing floors and start from scratch. A skilled flooring company can create a consistent look by adding wood floors to a home that...
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Refinishing Your Floor with a Distressed Look

If you have engineered or hardwood flooring in your home, chances are good that at some point you’re going to need to refinish it. If you choose to make a big change to your flooring as distressing is, the process is very different from traditional refinishing. Some homeowners request distressed wood floors to suit the...
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Engineered Wood Flooring or Hardwood Flooring, Which is Best for My Home?

If you’re trying to decide which is best for your home and family, today’s blog may help you decide if engineered wood flooring or hardwood flooring is the right choice. Besides the obvious difference in price between the two, there are many other considerations when choosing the right flooring type for your home. Moisture from...
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