engineered hardwood flooring

Three things you probably didn't know about engineered hardwood flooring

Engineered hardwood flooring is known for being an inexpensive alternative to traditional hardwood flooring, but few people know much more about it than that. This general lack of knowledge about the product, can make finding the best engineered hardwood flooring for your home more difficult than it needs to be.

So, Wholesale Flooring & Granite put together this quick guide to some of the lesser-known facts about this incredible flooring material. Here's what you need to know!

The best engineered hardwood flooring is often the thickest

While it isn't the only indicator of the quality, the best engineered hardwood flooring is generally thicker than lower-quality flooring of the same material. It is more stable, more durable, and it can be refinished more times over its service life than its thinner counterparts. Speaking of refinishing...

Engineered hardwood flooring can save your Baton Rouge household money!

Many flooring materials have a more or less set service life before they need to be replaced. Like solid hardwood flooring, engineered hardwood flooring can be sanded and refinished a number of times over the span of its service life. This process is considerably cheaper than performing a full installation of new flooring, and can be done more times before replacement is required.

This can not only save you money in the long run by not having to buy and install new floors, but it also gives you an opportunity to do something other floors can't...

You can change their color!

Sanding and refinishing your floors does more than simply restore them to like-new condition, as great as that is. It also affords you the opportunity to change the color of the floors, as well! Tastes change over time, and other flooring materials don't offer the adaptability provided by wood or engineered hardwood flooring. If you don't like the color of your tile, the only thing for it is to rip it out and put something new in. Not so with engineered hardwood flooring!

Are you thinking of buying engineered hardwood flooring for your home?

If you like what you hear, and would like to learn more about this stellar, economical flooring material, Wholesale Flooring & Granite is here to help! With over 18 years of quality service and craftsmanship under our belt, we are the area's leading purveyor of flooring materials and service. We'd love to put that experience to work on your next flooring project!

To arrange for a free, no-obligation flooring consultation and estimate, simply contact our Baton Rouge showroom to get started!