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Engineered Wood V Solid Wood

Engineered Wood V Solid Wood

Posted in Engineered Wood Flooring by Source on July 25th 2010
When you consider which type of wood flooring is right for your property, it is necessary to find the correct balance of aesthetic value and practicality. The flooring has to look fantastic but be easily repairable, easily fitted and durable. Solid hardwood flooring looks authentic and charming, but has its limitations- for example; it should never be fitted in basements, in properties with radiator heating systems, or fitted over concrete surfaces. Therefore, installing hardwood flooring can potentially become more problematic in modern housing. Solid wood flooring may be cheaper to fit than engineered hardwood flooring, but can be installed in any property, is installed quickly, often using click or G6 systems, and is very easy to repair. There are also a variety of finishes available for wooden flooring, the most common being oil and polyurethane. Wooden flooring has become increasingly popular in recent times as it looks attractive and is easy to care for: wine and food stains can be simply wiped off in seconds with no permanent damage incurred. Source Wood Floors is a well-established UK company which can provide expert advice on installation and care of all types of wood flooring, from hardwood flooring to engineered wood floors. They have a fantastic product range and regular special offers available at their website at www.sourcewoodfloors.co.uk So, whether you choose engineered hardwood flooring or traditional hardwood flooring, Source Wood Floors can cater for your every need and help you to make the right decision, and achieve the perfect balance of beauty and practical durability.


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