Engineered Wood

Engineered wood

Engineered wood is a popular flooring option that is made from real wood veneers layered over a plywood or fiberboard core. It is a versatile and durable material that provides the natural beauty of wood with the added benefits of stability and moisture resistance.

One of the main advantages of engineered wood is its stability. Unlike solid wood flooring, which can expand and contract with changes in temperature and humidity, engineered wood is more resistant to warping and cupping. This makes it a great choice for areas with high moisture levels, such as basements or bathrooms.

Another advantage of engineered wood is its durability. The plywood or fiberboard core provides added strength and stability, while the real wood veneer gives it the natural look and feel of hardwood. With proper care, engineered wood flooring can last for decades, making it a great investment for any home.

Engineered wood is also available in a wide range of styles, finishes, and species of wood, making it easy to find a look that matches your decor. From traditional oak to contemporary bamboo, there are many options to choose from to fit any design aesthetic.

Maintenance for engineered wood is also relatively easy. It can be swept or vacuumed regularly, and spills should be wiped up promptly. Additionally, many engineered wood floors can be refinished a few times, allowing them to be restored to their original beauty if they become scratched or dull.

Real Wood
Made from real wood veneers.
Will not expand or contract as much as real wood.
Easy to freshen and restore when needed.
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