Engineered Wide Plank Traditional

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Engineered Wide Plank Hardwood Flooring Combines Modern Convenience with Traditional Charm

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Wide plank hardwood flooring is one of the hottest trends on the market, inspiring nostalgia in a modern age. However, not all climates are ideal for solid wood, making engineered wide plank hardwood flooring an ideal alternative for a variety of homes in a variety of climates.

Extreme humidity or rapid changes in temperature can cause solid hardwood to swell and contract, damaging it quickly. Engineered wide plank hardwood flooring combines the stylish aesthetic of traditional wide plank flooring without the headaches of maintenance. Manufactured by layering multiple plywood or high-density fiberwood below a top layer of genuine solid wood, engineered hardwood flooring is strategically designed for maximum structural longevity. This flooring is also resistant to heat and will not warp, even with radiant floor heating systems.

Flooring for Every Style from 1woodfloors.com

1woodfloors.com allows you to choose from a wide variety of tree species to complement your unique style, from whimsical to sleek and modern. We also offer different top-layer thicknesses, with the premium version allowing you to sand it as frequently as you could a solid wood floor.

We are your partners in superior hardwood flooring.

Call or e-mail us today to get a free quote and answers to any questions about engineered wide plank hardwood flooring, installation, and maintenance.

Engineered Traditional

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Engineered Hardwood Flooring – Traditional Design Meets Modern Innovation

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Whether you dress it up or down, traditional hardwood is the Little Black Dress of the flooring market, and it never goes out of style. But not everyone wants to endure the maintenance required to keep solid wood floors at peak condition, especially in dynamic climates. Engineered hardwood flooring, available in a variety of wood species and stains, is durable, flexible, and cost-effective.

How is it designed? Engineered hardwood flooring is built with a core of 3–12 layers of plywood or high-density fiberboard (HDF), covered with a genuine hardwood veneer. The wood is also cross-layered for reinforced stability, and pressure-glued to the subfloor.

Top benefits of engineered hardwood flooring are that it resists heat, swelling, and shrinking, and does not warp. This flooring is also easy to clean with minimal maintenance or refinishing required, and home resale value is equal to a home installed with ¾ inch solid wood flooring.

1woodfloors.com Helps You Decide if Engineered Hardwood Flooring Is Right for Your Home 

More and more customers are realizing the long-term advantages of choosing engineered hardwood flooring over traditional solid wood. Our installation experts are more than happy to talk to you about your options, and give tips on taking of your new flooring.

Call or e-mail us today for answers to your questions about engineered hardwood flooring, or to get started on the selection process.

Engineered Exotic

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Engineered Exotic Hardwood Flooring – Global Flavor with a More Durable Design
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You dream of beautiful, unique hardwood floors that will last years, especially those cut from exotic and international wood species. But the upkeep of many exotic hardwood floors can be time-consuming. Exotic hardwood engineered flooring offers the same aesthetic and quality as a solid wood option without the vulnerability in humid or extreme climates, making this type of floor a solid investment that can last decades with minimal maintenance.

The top layer of engineered hardwood flooring is genuine exotic wood, featuring choices that range from Acacia to Brazilian Chestnut. Layers of high-density fiberboard (HDF) or plywood interlock beneath the top layer for optimized stability. More durable than solid wood floors, engineered flooring can withstand heat and dampness without swelling or shrinking. If you live in a climate that’s not ideal for solid wood, engineered hardwood flooring could be your best option.

1woodfloors.com Maximizes Your Enjoyment of Engineered Exotic Hardwood Flooring

At 1woodfloors.com, hardwood engineered flooring installation involves a superior underlayment and adhesive process to ensure against expansion and contraction. With three top-layer thicknesses to choose from, our engineered exotic hardwood flooring fits any style or budget.

Call or e-mail us today to get started choosing your flooring, or get answers to your questions about our services.

Engineered Hand Scraped

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Engineered Hand Scraped Hardwood Flooring – Artistry Meets Convenience

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Hand scraped or distressed flooring styles have become widely popular, with the ability to turn any room into a sanctum of timeless elegance. For people who love the “old-fashioned” look of the techniques, engineered hand scraped hardwood flooring is an ideal, all-climate alternative.

Traditionally, hand scraping is achieved by treating the hardwood by hand with wire brushing or finishing tools until the floor appears naturally worn down, even though it’s coated with modern protective treatments. Distressed wood is frequently created using a machine that simulates the hand scraped effect. When it comes to engineered hand scraped hardwood flooring, the top layer exhibits the same hand scraped or distressed styles in multiple options: antique, pegged, French, bleed staining, or custom unfinished.

The main difference between the engineered and traditional versions is that solid wood flooring is susceptible to damage in humid or extreme climates, while engineered flooring can withstand swelling, contracting, and shrinking, regardless of the environment. You can also sand engineered flooring as frequently as traditional flooring, depending on the thickness of the top layer.

1woodfloors.com Provides Top Quality Hand Scraped Engineered Hardwood Flooring

 At 1woodfloors.com, we offer three different top layer thicknesses to match your budget and maintenance preferences. Rely on our experts to help you with the installation process from ordering to delivery and future maintenance plans.

Call or e-mail us today to get started on choosing the best hand scraped engineered hardwood flooring for you home.