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Armstrong / Bruce Lock & Fold Hardwood 5" Plank Performance Plus Maple Folliage Brown
$ 2 39
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Robbins Armstrong Hardwood 5" Plank Fifth Avenue Collection Oak Topaz
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Armstrong Bruce Lock & Fold Hardwood 5" Plank Turlington Collection Cinnamon
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Robina Hardwood 1/2" Thick 5" Wide Click Together Saddle Oak WH4522FPL
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Armstrong / Bruce Lock & Fold Hardwood 5" Plank Performance Plus Maple Traditional Russet
Solid Hardwood vs. Engineered Wood Flooring
Hardwood flooring comes in two types. Boards of solid hardwood are made out of a single piece of wood. A piece of timber is milled into the board, so the entire board is 100% the species that you have selected. Engineered hardwood is 100% wood, but it is not 100% the species you have chosen. It's made by bonding multiple layers of wood together, with the top layer being the species. Engineered woods tend to be stronger, and less responsive to the environment, so moisture and temperature don't affect them as much as they do solid wood....  read more
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Hardwood floors have been around since the 1600's, so there is a lot of available knowledge about them. If you have questions on hardwood flooring, our Resource Center is a good place to go. We have videos for you on the differences between solid and engineered, blog topics covering repair and more, encyclopedia style entries in our Learning Center and all kinds of questions answered in the FAQ area. Plus, if something is missing, just ask us! Check it out, it's very easy to get around.
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