Choose the right engineered hardwood flooring

Engineered hardwood flooring is becoming a popular choice for new home builds or home-renovation projects. And it’s no wonder: It offers durability and resistance to warping, often at less cost than natural hardwood. Still, it’s important to consider several factors when choosing engineered hardwood flooring:

  • The design of the room and its colour scheme, so you can choose flooring that complements the look of the space.
  • What the room is being used for. Wood markings such as streaks and knots can add character to a room. A formal dining room, for example, may be better suited to wood that has fewer markings, whereas a country kitchen would look great with a grainy-patterned wood.
  • The size of your space. Wider, longer planks will complement larger rooms, because they provide a cleaner, less cluttered look.


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