Tradition meets durability
You may be asking yourself why this material is called Engineered Hardwood when it’s made with traditional materials like walnut. But this reinforced hardwood includes a surface veneer and plywood base that ensures planks won’t warp and crack. Ideally, Engineered Hardwood should be installed over a plywood subfloor, but it can be either glued or nailed down to existing flooring depending on what you already have in your home. Although some homeowners refer to Engineered Hardwood as laminate, these flooring types are entirely separate because Engineered Hardwood is made with real wood.
When you purchase Engineered Hardwood, you can expect that traditional hardwood meets contemporary features that make it even more durable.
- Ideal for homeowners who want authentic hardwood floors
- Highly durable
- Reinforced to protect from warping and cracking
- Floating or standard installation available
- Traditional wood grain texture
Every home looks different with Engineered Hardwood. View our home gallery to learn more about the possibilities of this material in your home.
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