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4 Different Kinds of Engineered Hardwood

4 Different Kinds of Engineered Hardwood

There are many different types of engineered hardwood to choose from, but here are just a few of them!

Getting new floors doesn’t need to be hard. When you do, you have a choice to make: should it be solid or engineered? There are many different types of engineered hardwood to choose from, but here are just a few of them

Oak Hardwood 

White oak and red oak both have some amazing benefits. Talk to your friends, neighbors, and relatives – what kind of engineered hardwood did they choose? They more than likely picked oak. Oak has a reputation for being durable, so you can feel good about how long it will last. Another reason to consider it is that it comes in a variety of colors. Plus, if you want to include patterns or other decorations on your new hardwood, you can make it happen!

Acacia Hardwood 

You’re probably already inclined to choose acacia hardwood for your new flooring. By choosing this wood, you get enhanced aesthetic appeal due to the natural beauty of acacia. You might also know what teakwood and koa wood are. Even though they are most commonly used for furniture, they can also be used for floors!

Maple Hardwood 

Maple is for more than just syrup! You can also use it as the basis for your engineered hardwood flooring. Installing this hardwood flooring is a snap when you let the experts at Jason Brown Wood Flooring handle it for you! Plus, this engineered hardwood helps brighten up whichever room you want to install it in which adds to its versatility. Lastly, if you want to take advantage of more aesthetic appeal with less work involved, then you should choose maple – the natural designs are visually striking enough to draw the eye! 

Wide Plank 

Wide plank flooring can either be solid or engineered. Let’s focus on the engineered kind. The standard size of floorboards is only around three inches. Go beyond that and experiment with planks that are much wider than the ones you might see in other houses. That way, you can set your home apart from all of the others in your neighborhood! 

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