You may have heard a lot about engineered hardwood flooring as you've searched for the best fit. But many homeowners want to know whether the materials are water-resistant.
You'll want facts regarding this flooring line to get the best results. And we have the answers you're looking for.
Engineered wood floors are dimensionally stable
You'll find that engineered wood has more dimensional stability than solid hardwood flooring. That means these materials will hold their shape when subjected to some humidity.
Many homeowners consider this the water resistance they want and need. But you should know that too much water can damage engineered wood flooring, as with any other wood floor material.
Spills and accidents are safe enough if cleaned up within a couple of hours. However, problems could occur if liquids seep into joints or core materials.
What kind of protection do you need?
If this kind of protection sounds enough for your needs, your floors should be fine. But a more durable floor may be required if you see lots of spills and aren't home to clean them up.
The good news is we can help you create the best flooring based on your needs for engineered wood floors. And we'll tell you exactly which products are best for your home.
Be sure to share your preferences and requirements with our associates. You'll find great options in this flooring line and others to create the performance you need.
Browse our showroom for engineered hardwood flooring
At Specialty Flooring, we offer a wide selection of materials and services. We'll match you with options sure to cater to your needs.
You'll find the best engineered hardwood flooring at our showroom in Ridgeland, SC. From there, we serve residents from:
- Bluffton, SC
- Hilton Head, SC
- Beaufort, SC
- Ridgeland, SC
- Savannah, GA