Where can you install engineered hardwood flooring?

Where can you install engineered hardwood flooring?

Once you learn about all the benefits of engineered hardwood flooring, you will want to work it into your remodel. Many homeowners want to know more about the materials, and ask where these materials are best installed, so here are some facts to help answer that question.

Enjoy the addition of engineered hardwood floors in your home

The good news is that you can install engineered hardwood flooring anywhere, with very few stipulations, to enjoy their characteristics and benefits for up to 30 years. Unlike solid wood, these products can withstand changes in temperature and humidity without the problems you find in solid materials, making engineered hardwood floors a stabler choice.

That means you can install these floors in areas where solid hardwood isn’t an option, including bathrooms, laundry rooms, and kitchens. However, there are still some precautions you should take, such as vapor barrier underlayment, sealing joints and edges, and cleaning up spills and splashes as soon as possible.

You can even install these materials over various subfloor options, including OSB, plywood, concrete, and existing wood floors, making it incredibly versatile. Choose the floating floor method of installation, and you'll be able to walk on your new flooring as soon as your engineered wood floors are installed.

Visit our showroom for your engineered hardwood flooring and more

Wholesale Flooring & Granite offers an outstanding selection of flooring materials, with a professional and knowledgeable staff to help you find the perfect options. When you share your requirements and preferences with us, we'll put more than 18 years of experience to work for you and ensure a successful venture.

We serve the communities of Baton Rouge, Denham Springs, Ascension Parish, Baker, and surrounding areas, from our showroom in Baton Rouge, LA. You're invited to visit us any time to learn more about our engineered hardwood flooring and how we can put them to work in your home.