Engineered Wood Flooring

How Engineered Wood is Made Engineered wood flooring gives you all the benefits of a real wood floor, but without any of the headaches. The wood floors that Harry's provide are composed of 3 to 5 layers of wood glued together in a cross-grain lamination effect that helps make the floor extremely resistant to expansion and contraction from temperature changes and when exposed to moisture.

Engineered wood flooring has the special technique of enhancing any room. Even in a small house with a lesser amount of floor space, wood floors can create a well-crafted, accentuated appearance. Harry's stock a variety of woods from light parawood, to dark oak. Here is some information about the woods available, so that you can make an informed decision before you make the investment:

Engineered wood is the only wood flooring that carries a stability warranty. While this product is slightly thinner than real wood flooring, engineered wood alternatives are much more stable and dent-resistant and can be installed over concrete, not to mention much easier to maintain.