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Engineered wood floors, just like laminates and solid wood, are not recommended for bathrooms, laundry rooms, or wherever there is a high humidity level or a strong likelihood of excessive exposure to water. Engineered flooring, however, is perfectly acceptable in kitchens, just as hard wood can be utilized. Even basements, where solid wood flooring can't be used, are an acceptable location for engineered wood flooring. Because engineered floors do not need to be secured to the subfloor, they are more versatile than solid wood. Engineered wood floors can even be sanded and refinished a number of times depending on the thickness of the veneer.

Wood floors that is engineered canĀ reclaimed wood flooring near me completely alter the home's feel and look without making any other changes to the home's interior and for less cost than traditional hardwood flooring. Granted, if the house is being built, then it becomes that much easier to install from the start. The choices of wood species is also amazing, so it may be a difficult choice, but it will be a choice the homeowner will be thrilled to enjoy for decades to come.
  Tuesday, October 27, 2020 at 3:41:42 AM

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