You'll see fewer dents, scuffs, scratches, and stains in this floor covering, and you can even have it installed in spaces where solid hardwood can't go. This includes basements and other areas where dampness or temperature changes are common.
There is no expansion and contraction in this material as temperatures rise and fall. That makes it a perfect addition to kitchens and bathrooms, where both heat and moisture levels can change quickly.
Engineered flooring is also more affordable than solid, which makes it easier to have that classic and timeless look without breaking the bank. You may want to floor your entire home once you find out how much you'll be saving.
This material is indeed much easier to install than many other flooring types, but we still advise the use of a professional installation team for the best possible results and peace of mind.