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Engineered Flooring

Why go for engineered flooring? What makes it unique? The word “engineered” simply refers to the way in which the flooring is made.  There are many advantages to choosing an engineered product over a carpet flooring or other solid product.

If you want the perks of hardwood flooring but want it to be more durable and versatile, then engineered flooring is just what you need. Engineered flooring is all wood layered to create a beautiful veneer that accents your home.

With engineered flooring, you get to choose from a wide variety of surfaces, designs, types, and finishes similar to that of standard hardwood planking. It looks as good as any Hardwood flooring that you can imagine. It can turn your home from simple to fabulous.

If you want the classic oak wood look, you can achieve that by using engineered floors. If you want a more exotic look for your home, such as rosewood, you can have that too. Using engineered flooring is an excellent choice and is eco-friendly as well. Burch Brothers offers many kinds of engineered floors, all creating a different effect and suitable for individual purposes.

Among other reasons

You probably know by now the characteristics of engineered floor solutions. Because it is pure wood, it has the look, the feel and will have all of the other characteristics of hardwood floors. In some cases, you may opt not to refinish your floors, depending on how thick the wood veneer top is.

Engineered planks from closeout sales will most likely have very thin veneer tops giving you little wood to work with and refinishing those types will only reveal the layered whitewood below the veneer.

Short Term and Long Term Savings

Another huge advantage of using engineered solutions for your floor is the cost. When you are only using the top veneer of expensive wood, you’ll get a much better price than using solid hardwood planks. You’ll be doing the environment a favor and as well as your pocket.

Engineered floors can be a long term investment. If you are planning to buy a house it is best to spend some extra cash in getting good quality engineered flooring.

Though you can save a lot by getting thin veneer planks, you will find yourself needing to refinish the floors in 10 years or so and because of the thin veneer. You may actually end up replacing the entire floor. This can pretty much eat up the money you saved in the first place!

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