Engineered Wood Floor Installation
Why Engineered Wood Floors?
Engineered wood floors are a cost-effective way to attain the beauty of wood floors. They’re also quick to install. The final work isn't done on site, so you avoid any smell of finish and dust from sanding.
Who are Engineered Wood Floors Good For?
Engineered wood floors are specifically designed for high moisture areas. They are designed to be installed “below grade”, which for those of us in New England means in our basements. If you’re adding a family room, home gym, or bar in your basement, engineered wood flooring is the best solution.
What do I need to know about Engineered Wood?
As with prefinished wood floors, it’s very important to make sure the proper work is done to the subfloor before installing engineered wood to ensure it’s level. Engineered wood flooring is made of a layer of hardwood laid over multiple layers of thinner wood. The number of times you can sand and refinish will be limited, so they’ll require extra special care to avoid scratches, dings, and other unattractive wear and tear.
Our installers are experienced with helping you choose the right quality of engineered wood floors. Still have questions? Look at our pages on Hardwood Floor Installation, Prefinished Wood Floor Installation, and Laminate Floor Installation to get information on other options, or just call us with any questions. We answer the phone and look forward to hearing from you!