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Review By Alex Zhukov,
Alex Zhukov
Solved my problem. Thank you guys. Salesperson Yusef was very helpful. Found what I need. Impressive ...
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Engineered hardwood flooring represents more than an excellent alternative to solid hardwood flooring, especially when you’re about to install below grade or on concrete. Engineered hardwood floors consist of a top layer of a real hardwood species and a core made of multiple plywood layers laminated together to form a durable plank, or HDF (high density fiberboard). The stacking of the layers counteracts the natural tendency of hardwoods to expand, contract, warp, or cup when exposed to different factors of the environment. In conclusion, engineered hardwood flooring is an excellent alternative in geographical areas with excessive moisture. Furthermore, engineered floors might offer a floating floor option, allowing installation on a concrete subfloor, as long as the subfloor is clean, dry, and level.

Engineered flooring is very resistant to moisture and it is recommended to use a vapor barrier between the subfloor and the engineered hardwood flooring. There is also an option to glue-down engineered hardwood flooring directly to a concrete subfloor. With the glue-down option, the adhesive can work as a built-in vapor barrier, filling in the role otherwise played by underlayment. Engineered hardwood flooring gives you the option of installing over radiant heat sources.

Engineered hardwood flooring presents even more advantages, including a lower price than solid hardwood. Engineered hardwood flooring can provide at a fraction of the price, all the exceptional aesthetic value of solid hardwood flooring. It is the best choice for ease of installation as well, and is a natural choice for basement installations over concrete.

Engineered hardwood flooring is the perfect idea if you want to duplicate the look and feel of solid hardwood but are limited by environment or if you are bound by budgetary constraints. Engineered hardwood flooring stands alone as a completely different style of flooring, with unique advantages that even solid hardwood can’t beat.


Our Showrooms

The Hardwood outlet


56 Bramalea Rd

Postal code: L6T 2W8


The Hardwood Outlet Improve


7250 Keele Street, Unit #96 &109

Postal code: L4K 1Z8

Phone:(647) 660-4336

The HardWood Outlet Ottawa (CLOSED)


207 Colonnade Rd.

Postal code: K2E 7K3

Phone: (613) 216-1556

The Hardwood Outlet & Design


5189 Tecumseh Rd E.

Postal code: N8T 1C3

Phone: (226) 826-0806

The Hardwood Outlet Etobicoke / Mississauga


2110 Dundas Street East Unit 1

Postal code: L4X 1L9

Phone: (289) 212 1174

The Hardwood Outlet North York

North York

1259a Caledonia Rd

Postal code: M6A 2X6

Phone: (905) 800-2728



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