What Is “Engineered Hardwood” flooring? Good Question!

Hardwood flooring is a beautiful choice that comes in a wide variety of styles and species, adding natural beauty and timeless style to any home. Engineered wood flooring are real wood floors that are manufactured with multiple layers of wood adhered together in a cross-ply construction. These layers offer outstanding dimensional core stability which help mitigate warping of boards that can occur when wood is exposed to humidity or temperature fluctuations. The final top veneer consists of 100% hardwood available in various options of thickness, species, style, design, and more.

Homecrest flooring offers three product lines of engineered hardwood flooring: American Artisan, American Heirloom and Homecrest Hardwoods. All three lines are approved for use above, at or below grade and can be installed over radiant heat systems; made possible due to their superior multi-layered construction. In addition to enhanced plank stability, engineered hardwood easily contends with the beauty and unique visuals of solid wood floors. To protect and preserve the visual layer, each Homecrest line of engineered wood flooring has UV cured urethane with scratch resistant aluminum oxide in the top wear layer. This is why we feel confident offering a 25-year residential warranty on our engineered wood products with some even covering up to 50 years! Easy installation, simple care & maintenance, and a wide assortment of textures, finishes, and board widths all make it easy to see why Homecrest engineered hardwoods will be flooring you’ll love to live with for a long time.

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