Is Engineered or Solid Wood Right For You?

Many factors can go into deciding between engineered wood or solid wood. When choosing what’s right for your home, our flooring specialists like to consider many elements such as foot traffic, pets, and closeness to water sources. This will help determine what is best for you.

Engineered Hardwood Flooring

Engineered Hardwood Flooring is constructed with a thick solid wood veneer and a sturdy engineered backing to make it stronger than solid wood and less prone to warping. Engineered hardwood is most popular in homes with light-medium foot traffic and small-medium sized pets.


Solid Hardwood Flooring

Milled from a single piece of wood, solid hardwood is the most sought-after wood flooring option, known for its attractiveness, prestige, style, and durability. Solid hardwood can usually be sanded down and refinished in its lifetime. This makes it a popular choice for medium-heavier foot traffic.

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