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Hardwood floors can provide a timeless and classical or an exotic and natural backdrop for every decorating style, and are renowned for their warmth and elegance. Maintained properly, wood floors can last more than 25 years and their beauty often increases with age. If you’re looking for easy-to-maintain flooring that adds value and charm to your home, hardwood is a perfect choice.

Solid Hardwood vs. Engineered Hardwood Flooring

There are two main types of wood flooring: solid hardwood and engineered hardwood. Both are made from real wood, but are manufactured differently. The following chart provides a quick comparison between the two types of wood flooring:

Features

Solid Hardwood Engineered Hardwood

Milled from solid lumber

 x

Moisture-resistant

 x

Suitable for basements (below grade)

 x

Can be sanded and refinished

 x  x

Durable and long-lasting

 x  x

Available in a variety of wood species

 x  x

Solid Hardwood Flooring

Solid hardwood is milled from solid wood. This type of wood flooring can be sanded and refinished numerous times to maintain its natural beauty.

Solid hardwood flooring is generally not recommended in below-grade locations like bathrooms or basements due to the potential for damage from ground moisture.

Engineered Hardwood Flooring

Engineered hardwood flooring combines a thin-but-tough real hardwood surface with underlying multiple layers of plywood or fireboard. Its laminated layers make it remarkably strong and more resistant to moisture. For this reason, Engineered wood can be used in below, on, or above grade areas of your home

Engineered hardwood floors can be sanded and refinished for a longer lifespan.

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