Why choose engineered hardwood?

Wood floors add warmth and sophistication to your home. Engineered hardwood floors also provide:


Engineered hardwood is more resistant to temperature and humidity changes than solid hardwood, making it less prone to warping, cupping, or gaps.

Installation versatility: Engineered hardwood can be installed in various ways, including floating, gluing, or nailing. It can also be installed over concrete subfloors or in basements.

Durability: The layers of engineered hardwood are natural wood, providing a durable surface that can withstand daily wear and tear. Some products have additional protective coatings for enhanced durability.

Aesthetic appeal: Engineered hardwood offers the natural beauty and warmth of real wood, with various species, colors, and finishes available to suit different design preferences.

Environmentally friendly: Many engineered hardwood products are made using sustainable forestry practices and eco-friendly manufacturing processes, making them a more environmentally conscious choice.

Refinishing potential: Depending on the thickness of the top layer, some engineered hardwood floors can be sanded and refinished, extending their lifespan and allowing for style updates.

Easier maintenance: Engineered hardwood is relatively easy to clean and maintain, requiring regular sweeping, dusting, and occasional cleaning with a hardwood-specific cleaner.