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What Is Engineered Wood Flooring

What Is Engineered Wood Flooring


Posted in Engineered Wood Flooring by Source on June 15th 2011
There is nothing quite like the perfect flooring. For many people, you simply cannot beat wood. But, traditional oak flooring isn’t for everyone – it can be expensive and isn’t always practical, making engineered wood flooring the perfect alternative. But just what is this type of flooring and what makes it so popular? Well, this type of flooring offers the perfect combination of style and practicality. It has all the charm of traditional wood whilst offering an additional level of functionality, being comprised of a hardwood top layer and a base of softer wood. This provides the look of real wood with a base that doesn’t suffer from any expansion or contraction issues, offering additional stability that you simply can’t achieve with solid wood. It’s also much easier to install which makes it ideal for homes that like to indulge in a spot of DIY, and with plenty of different styles, widths and finishes to choose from it offers the ultimate level of versatility. This type of flooring is perfect for any home that wants the feel of solid wood without the drawbacks, being the perfect compromise and a great solution that’s both stylish and cost-effective. Here at Source we know how beautiful this type of flooring can be. We also know that everyone has different preferences when it comes to engineered hardwood floors. This is why we offer a comprehensive range of options to suit all tastes and styles of décor. If you want to see what this type of flooring can do for you, make sure to get in touch and we’ll happily advise.

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