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The dark and rich brown hues of the Espresso Oak solid wood flooring offer a fascinating look for any room, from classically decorated to minimalist and modern or a creative and eclectic décor. Its captivating intensity is matched only by its superior finish, with a delicate brushing to accentuate the natural graining of the wood and a finish with super matt lacquer that keeps the allure of the natural wood intact for much longer than an unfinished floor. Planks vary in length for a more…

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Engineered wood floors are better than planks because they are cheaper and easier to install than wood planks. It is plywood that can be glued to the concrete vs having to nail down your floor to strips of wood like you have to with solid wood strips. You still have the lasting quality of wood floors, it is just cheaper and easier to install. There is also the option of floating engineered hardwood or you could use strips that will click in together.

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Don't you just love this beautiful floor? It is so full of character and texture! But wait here is the surprise, it isn't a solid wood floor, nor and engineered wood floor, but in fact it is a Luxury Vinyl Plank (LVP) made by Mannington in color Dockside Pier! This LVP called Endura comes either in a glue down or click and is economical, durable, scratch resistant and you will want it in every room of your home!


Bamboo is more durable than hardwood, 2 ½ times more dimensionally stable than solid maple and 33% harder and more dent-resistant than white oak.


Solid vs. Engineered Wood Flooring (Infographic). Our infographic outlines the differences between solid and engineered hardwood flooring installations, and the characteristics and benefits of each.