Engineered Hardwood

Foundation Flooring includes a plethora of engineered hardwood options, including renowned brands like Anderson, Appalachian, Columbia Flooring, Bruce Hardwood Floors, and many, many more. All this at great prices and unmatched service!

Pros of Engineered Hardwood

Cons of Engineered Hardwood

If you live in a climate that abounds in humidity and the temperatures are often above the average, engineered hardwood flooring constitutes the BEST option for your home.

Another reason why engineered hardwood represents a sound choice stems from the inherent durability of these materials and the longer lifespan. Engineered hardwood is considerably less sensitive to the normal wear and tear as well as warping/cracking caused by the expansion/contraction process.

What is an engineered hardwood floor?

Unlike solid wood flooring, engineered floors have two components - the wear layer (top layer) and the bottom layer.

How is the engineered hardwood flooring installed?

There are a few methods you can employ to install your engineered hardwood floors:

How to determine the durability of an engineered hardwood floor

Two main factors are employed in the evaluation of the resilience:

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