There are two types of hardwood floors: solid and engineered. Both are made from real wood. Both are made with factory finishes. Both can be refinished. Engineered hardwood is more stable than solid wood. It is less susceptible to shrinking and expanding and its multiple wood layers make it very durable.
Engineered wood flooring gives you the beauty of real hardwood at a lower price point. Its layered, cross-ply construction, resists expansion and contraction from humidity changes. Engineered wood floors provide you with added stability and the opportunity to install in locations not typically suitable for solid hardwood, such as a basement or other humidity-prone areas of the home. It can even be installed over concrete sub-floors.
Available at $2.96 Sq. Ft. until inventory is exhausted.