Recognizing Different Types of Wood Flooring

Hardwood flooring is a solid wood plank typically about 1⁄2” – 9/16” thick. It can be sanded and refiinished many times and can generally be dried and saved on category 1 water losses if cupped, but not buckled. Whereas engineeredwood flooring is a thin veneer layer of real hardwood, glued to a plywood or MDF or HDF core.

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