Engineered Hardwood

Engineered Flooring IllustrationEngineered wood is real wood, but instead of one solid piece it consists of three to 10 thin layers of wood, called plies, that are assembled and glued in a cross-ply construction. The top layer of wood can range from .5 mm to 3 mm thick. Overall board thickness ranges from 1/4" to 3/4". Due to its multi-ply structure, engineered wood is much more stable than solid wood and is less susceptible to shrinking and expanding with changes in temperatures and humidity. 

Keep In Mind:

Below Grade

  • Engineered wood can be installed directly over concrete and can also be installed below ground level.
  • Engineered wood with a top layer thinner than 1/10" cannot be refinished; however, it can be recoated to renew the surface of the floor.

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