Once engineered hardwood flooring is in place, you may be unable to tell it's not solid hardwood flooring. Its visual features reflect everything you love about the solid product, with some outstanding characteristics.

It can help you learn more about this product line as you begin your remodel to make effective choices for every room in your home. Consider these facts to determine whether this is a good choice for you and your household.

Engineered flooring is layered

Solid hardwood is a single layer of wood, while engineered wood floors are layered with perpendicularly laid plywood layers. These layers offer excellent stability and less opportunity for expansion and contraction if temperatures change.

The layers are topped with a solid wood veneer for outstanding visuals and performance in your choice of species. Some species are harder than others and will serve you better in busy spaces, so ask about all your options.

Engineered flooring is a below-grade option

Solid wood products are not an option if you have below-grade spaces and want hardwood flooring. However, engineered products are a good alternative in these spaces.

Engineered wood flooring is better suited for spaces where humidity, moisture, and dampness can appear. To learn more about these outstanding materials, stop by our showroom whenever you're in the area.

We have the flooring you need

At Specialty Flooring, we cater to your specific requirements with products that could serve you for up to 30 years. So while you're here, share your needs and preferences, and we'll help you match them as closely as possible.

You’re invited to speak with our associates at our showroom in Ridgeland, SC, to find engineered hardwood flooring and services you’ll love. We are proud to serve you and residents from:

·        Bluffton

·        Hilton Head

·        Beaufort

·        Ridgeland, SC

·        And Savannah, GA