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The Benefits Of Engineered Hardwood Floors

The Benefits Of Engineered Hardwood Floors


Posted in Engineered Wood Flooring by Source on September 19th 2012
>Choosing the ideal flooring for your home can be extremely difficult. There are so many different styles available that you can be spoilt for choice! Currently, one of the most popular choices is engineered hardwood floors. They bring so many benefits to the home that there’s no surprise that they are a favourite choice the world over.

They are built to last

Engineered hardwood flooring has been designed to last for generations. The way that the flooring is constructed means that, unlike solid wood floors, it won’t bend and warp over time. It’s also very simple to maintain, so should stay as beautiful as the day it was installed for many years.

They are resistant to moisture

Solid wood floor can become irrecoverably damaged if water comes in contact with them. However, engineered wood floors can be installed in areas where there is light moisture, like the kitchen or bathroom.

They are simple to install

Engineered wood floors come pre-finished so there’s no need to sand, stain and seal them after they’ve been installed. They’re a favourite for DIY enthusiasts because they can be installed quickly and in a variety of ways, either by stapling, gluing or floating it over an existing surface.

They can be repaired if damaged

Although engineered floors are extremely hardwearing, minor scratches and dents are inevitable. Thankfully, most of these can either be sanded away or repaired by a professional. There’s no reason why your beautiful wood floor shouldn’t stay that way for many years.

If you need any help with your wood floring, please feel free to contact us on 08456 021 781


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