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Durable and Elegant Engineered Hardwood Flooring

Choose Engineered Hardwood Flooring

Whether you want to renovate one room or a whole home, 50Floor can help you achieve the style you have in mind with new floors. Similar to traditional solid wood, engineered hardwood flooring offers an elegant appearance with versatile designs to suit your preferences. Shop with us for high-quality materials and long-lasting durability.

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Key Features of Engineered Hardwood Flooring

Engineered hardwood is an excellent flooring option due to these qualities:

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Durable engineering

Engineered wood floors feature layers of wood species compressed together on top of high-grade plywood. The construction is sturdy, making engineered hardwood a durable choice for high-traffic areas.

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Consistent performance

The stability of the materials offers humidity and moisture resistance. Engineered hardwood can maintain an ideal shape without flexing, bending, contracting, expanding or warping.

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Versatile use

With quality materials and durable construction, engineered hardwood is ideal in many spaces. It’s better suited for kitchens, bathrooms and below-grade basements than traditional hardwood since it has more resistance to moisture.

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Cost-effective pricing

Engineered hardwood comes at a lower cost than solid hardwood. The savings can make a significant difference when you want to cover a large space, like a living room.

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Benefits of Engineered Hardwood Flooring

Many homeowners choose engineered hardwood flooring from 50Floor because we offer:

  • Versatile styles
    Our vast collection of wood species includes hickory, birch, maple, red oak, white oak, walnut, cherry, Brazillian cherry, bamboo and more.
  • High-quality materials
    Our engineered hardwood flooring resists humidity and moisture, protecting its appearance over time.
  • Free consultations
    We offer a convenient shopping experience. We’ll visit your home with a wide selection of samples so you can explore your options. We’ll also provide recommendations based on your preferences and lifestyle.
  • Quality installation
    Our vetted professionals take care of every step of the installation process, including sizing, ordering and moving furniture. We’ll also handle subfloor examination, floor and trim installation, and cleanup.
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Find Your Flooring Style

Take our short quiz to find out which flooring style fits your style preference.

Engineered Hardwood Flooring FAQs

Get inspired for your renovation or floor installation by exploring these common questions and answers:

Hardwood flooring contains solid wood all the way through. On the other hand, engineered wood floors feature layers of authentic wood compressed in a criss-cross construction on high-grade plywood.

Engineered hardwood provides more moisture and humidity resistance, making it a better choice in bathrooms, kitchens and basements. With the two types of floors containing similar benefits, many people choose between them based on the available styles.

Oak is one of the top choices among engineered hardwood floors. It sets the benchmark for hardness and offers a classic appearance to complement any style.

Both engineered hardwood and laminate flooring are stylish and durable alternatives to solid hardwood flooring. Choosing one over the other depends on factors like your desired look and comfort level.

Because engineered hardwood has a layer of real hardwood, it allows you to achieve the same look for less. Meanwhile, laminate offers the benefit of being softer and more comfortable to walk on.

Since there is a layer of solid wood on top, engineered wood floors can be susceptible to scratches. Just like real hardwood options, though, this flooring can be sanded down and refinished to remove the scratches and restore it to its natural beauty.

If your engineered hardwood flooring has a thick veneer and receives proper care, it can last anywhere from 20 to 50 years or more.

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Our financing options can help you buy the flooring you need today, and pay over time.

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Bring your design vision to life with floor upgrades and renovations. 50Floor is your source for flooring with high-quality materials and an appearance you love. From start to finish, our team makes it easy for you to get the right engineered hardwood flooring for your home.

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