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Why Engineered Wood Flooring? Engineered Wood flooring is becoming increasingly popular due to its superior properties like high dimensional stability, aesthetic appeal, and longevity. Some of the other features of Engineered Wood flooring are: When it comes to flashboards, they tend to be wider with Engineered Wood flooring. Slight grooves between boards are created as some pre-finished engineered wood flooring has beveled edges. Engineered Oak flooring is almost always sold pre-finished; there is a narrower range of available colors and species. Engineered Wood flooring performs slightly better in humid locations since its plywood construction makes it more stable and less susceptible to warping. Engineered Wood flooring is the best choice when installation against a concrete subfloor is necessary. Sweeping, Vacuuming and cleaning with a damp mop is all that is required to clean Engineered oak flooring. Engineered oak flooring can be refinished only once or twice before the surface hardwood layer is exhausted. Engineered oak flooring is very easy to install. Most DIYers say that it can be easily glued down against the concrete subfloor. There are lso forms like click-lock edges that can be istalled as a ‘floating floor’. Engineered Oak Flooring is slightly less expensive. The cost also depends on the prevailing labor cost in your area and the complexity of your space. Engineered oak flooring generally lasts 20-30 years. Real Estate buyers may recognize that these floors have a shorter lifespan. Other than that Engineered oak flooring can hardly be a turn off.Engineered oak flooring uses less of hardwood which is something that would appeal to environmentally conscious buyers.Nexus flooring offers a very broad selection of engineered wood flooring at moderate prices along with unmatched aesthetic appeal and durability. If you wish to discuss your requirements or have any questions about our range of engineered wood flooring, call 02088403244 or write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will take it from there.