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Engineered Wood Flooring Installation Laminate Wood Flooring Installation
  • Engineered wood flooring installation comes in a wide variety of sizes, colors, styles, and wood species.
  • Get the beauty and feel of real hardwood flooring installation.
  • Engineered wood flooring installation can create a look that is modern, retro, or rustic, whatever you're looking for.
  • Most engineered wood flooring installations can be sanded and refinished, if needed, to remove blemishes.
  • Engineered wood flooring installation is durable, authentic, and adds beauty while increasing the value of your home.
  • Laminate wood flooring installation comes in varied surface types such as flat, distressed, and beveled.
  • Generally more cost effective than engineered wood flooring installation.
  • Laminate wood flooring installation typically holds up better than hardwood flooring to active children, lots of traffic, and pets.
  • Although laminate wood flooring installation cannot be sanded, planks can often be replaced.
  • Unlike engineered wood flooring installation, laminate wood flooring installation has a uniform, predictable pattern.

Engineered Wood Flooring Installation
Engineered wood flooring is a prefinished hardwood flooring material that has a top decorative layer of real hardwood. The backing (rest of the thickness of the plank) consists of multiple layers of plywood glued together, adding greater resistance to expansion and contraction than solid wood flooring. The planks are tongue-and-groove and can be glued down to dry concrete or plywood subfloors.

Laminate Wood Flooring Installation
Laminate wood flooring is a prefinished material with a photographic surface that can look like different species of wood. All laminates consist of multiple layers of either synthetic or a combination of synthetic and natural products, some recycled. These layers are pressed together to create a plank. The top layer, as shown in the picture above, is a protective surface.