This style of engineered hardwood has the same look as solid hardwood, and does not have any of the potential problems of "face checking" that rotary-peel and slice-peel products have, because the product is not exposed to added moisture. Learn more with our Hardwood Flooring Buying Guide If you like traditional solid, nail-down floors, try Goodfellow flooring for mid-range price planks available in pre-finished or stained. Both solid and engineered hardwood floors are on the more expensive end of the flooring spectrum at about $4-$6 (or more) per square foot, and $2 per square foot for installation (or more depending on the complexity of the installation).
They also say that engineered hardwood can handle moisture levels found on most basement concrete floors, which usually doesn't go above 4%. Some engineered hardwood boards allow for air movement between the flooring and the foundation, so if there is any moisture it can dry out. Use only hardwood floor cleaning products. Avoid using water and vinegar, soap-based cleaners, wax or steam cleaners on engineered hardwood flooring.
We follow the installation guidelines of the National Wood Flooring Association and our installers show the same commitment to quality in their workmanship as the manufacturers http://hardwood-floor-refinishing.ca/ show in their products. Once completed his guys did an extremely thorough cleaning of all the rooms...which can be an entire job itself to those familiar with the dust of a hardwood flooring job. PROTECTING CUSTOMER FLOORING INVESTMENT - Brandon - insists on protecting the customers flooring investment - and is upfront - about the mess that will be created during the renovations & thereto particularly insistent that the hardwood flooring be properly prepared, conditioned, machined, installed, thereto - brandon needs a dedicated dry covered work space e.G. A garage.
QUALITY INSTALLATION - Brandon x 905-630-2884 & crew - were timely, very organized, prepared the work areas, and cleaned up daily.