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Facts: Engineered Hardwood vs. Solid Hardwood

 
For those considering hardwood flooring for their homes, the engineered hardwood vs. solid hardwood comparison is often brought into the decision. After all, both are “real” hardwood floor coverings and they share some very similar characteristics. Which one is right for you? Well, that’s a question only you can answer.

When comparing the two materials, be sure you consider your list of flooring requirements and considerations to find out which one meets the most need for your home. If both fit the criteria, then it comes down to personal preference. And we'll help you decide.
 

Engineered hardwood vs. solid hardwood is a legitimate comparison

 
These two materials are both very popular floor coverings, but one will likely serve your needs better than the other will. And that's what we'd like to help you find out today. So join us as we just scratch the surface for the two hardwood materials to see how they compare.

In solid hardwood floors, you get options such as choosing the perfect species, stain color, sealant, and finish type. You can also decide which board widths and lengths will work best for your project. However, solid wood cannot be installed below grades, so basements are out of the question for the installation of the material.

Feel free to give us a call if you have any questions!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Gorgeous hardwood flooring in Rancho Santa Fe, Ca from Bergens Hardwood Flooring
 
 
 
Engineered hardwood flooring, on the other hand, is a great alternative for these spaces and offers additional benefits like extreme stability, and no fear of warping, splitting or requiring expansion gaps in large floors. You can even choose your species, stain, and finish, just like with solid wood, but to a lesser degree.

Both materials can be refinished. However, the number of times you can refinish engineered floors depends on the thickness of the wood veneer atop it.
 

We can help choose between engineered hardwood and solid hardwood

 
At Bergens Hardwood Flooring, you’ll find associates who truly want to help you find the very best materials and services for all your flooring needs. From our showroom in San Diego, CA, we serve the communities in and around La Jolla, Rancho Santa Fe, Del Mar, 4S Ranch, and Fairbanks Ranch, CA.

If you’re ready to embark on finding out whether engineered or solid hardwood flooring is better for your home, we invite you to visit us at your convenience. Our associates will find out exactly what you need and make sure you get the best options.