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Engineered Hardwood

Available in a variety of sizes, colours and species, engineered hardwoods are made of several layers of wood that are glued together under heat and pressure in a cross-grain construction. This process makes engineered hardwood stronger than a single piece of solid wood, less likely to be affected by changes in humidity and it’s also more structurally sound – it won’t buckle, gap, cup or twist.

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Solid Hardwood

Popular for their rich beauty and durability, solid hardwood floors can generally last up to 50 years or more with proper care. Solid hardwood flooring is used from a single piece of wood, which is then split into various slabs (longitudinal) to fit into each other at the tongues and grooves. The most common thickness is ¾” and the optimum plank width for solid wood flooring shouldn’t generally exceed 5”, depending on the finish type.

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