With such a wide selection of timbers and finishes, Natasha Brinsmead explains the options for engineered wood flooring including advice on costs.
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Solid wood flooring is now very much in decline. This is due to increased awareness of sustainability and the need to reduce deforestation and changes in the market (such as using underfloor heating, people wanting wider floor boards etc ). Engineered wood flooring uses about 75% less of the slow growing hardwoods
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Engineered wood flooring is wooden flooring where the planks or blocks used to create the floor consist of more than one layer. It looks and feels just like a solid wood floor because the top layer is solid wood, usually a hardwood. But an engineered wood floor is far more stable than a solid wood floor, which is why it is now
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What is engineered flooring? What should you know about engineered vs. solid hardwood? Learn how the two compare in installation, style, cost and more.
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Engineered wood floors also offer an advantage in the installation methods. Solid hardwood must usually be nailed down to a plywood subfloor. Engineered wood has the option of being either stapled or glued down over a wood or concrete subfloor. Some engineered wood products can also be installed using a “floating”
Although we've written several different articles to help people decide between solid and engineered wood flooring, this question continues to be one of the most common we get asked. Engineered wood flooring has been on the go for a long time now but it remains to this day a highly misunderstood wood
There's real confusion between engineered wood flooring and laminate flooring. It's really common for people to mistakenly assume that they are one and the same thing. In fact this couldn't be further from the truth. While both of these flooring options have their pros and cons, confusing one with the other is
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