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Laminate Flooring


Laminate Flooring is a manmade product typically constructed with a high density fiber board core sandwiched in-between a melamine laminate backing, making them very water resistant, though not water proof.


On the surface is a high quality photographic paper that has an image of wood or ceramic topped with abrasion resistant wear layer finish.
Laminates with an (AC 3) Abrasion Criteria rating of 3 are well suited for light commercial applications and all Laminates are perfect for radiant heat and cement installations. Most Laminates are equipped with a built-on pre-attached pad on the back, those that do not will require an underlayment.


Warranty duration in years are related to wear layer thickness and warrantees are only applicable to normal foot traffic and board construction, not moisture, scratches and dents, these are site related issues.


Engineered Wood


Engineered wood floors are real wood floors that are manufactured using three to nine layers of different wood veneers. The sub layers can be of the same species, or of different species. The grain of each layer runs in different directions, which makes it very stable. This means that the wood will expand and contract less than solid wood flooring during fluctuations in humidity and temperature. The top layer of engineered wood flooring consists of high-quality wood. While this type of flooring can be sanded and finished, it cannot be done as many times as solid wood flooring. Engineered wood flooring can be installed above, on or below grade.




Engineered Wood


Solid wood flooring is exactly what the name implies: a solid piece of wood from top to bottom. The thickness of solid wood flooring can vary, but generally ranges from 3⁄4” to 5/16”. One of the many benefits of solid wood flooring is that it can be sanded and refinished many times. Solid wood flooring can be installed above or on grade. Types in Rooms (Solid and Engineered)


Advances in wood flooring during the past few years mean that you now can have wood flooring anywhere in your
home or business. Where you want to put it, however, will determine the type of wood flooring you can use.