Engineered Hardwood


Engineered floors are dimensionally stable. Unlike solid hardwood, manufacturers assemble these products in layers. The top layer is a wood veneer, while the core layers are composed of plywood, particleboard, or fiberglass.

Cost Effectiveness

You can save several dollars per square foot by going with engineered hardwood floors, as well as enjoy easier upkeep.

Low Maintenance

Engineered flooring will not swell or warp, making it very low maintenance.

Reduces Moisture Issues

Due to its multi-layer construction, engineered wood flooring stands up to moisture and resists humidity much better than solid hardwood