To choose the right color of wood flooring, consider existing décor, lighting conditions, and room size. Determine your style preference and request samples to compare before making a final decision.

Engineered wood flooring and solid wood flooring differ in their construction and characteristics.
Engineered flooring consists of layers with a real wood veneer on top and offers stability and moisture resistance.Solid flooring is made entirely of solid wood, providing a traditional look and the ability to be sanded and refinished.Consider factors such as location,installation method, and desired maintenance to decide between engineered and solid wood flooring for your project.

While both engineered wood and laminate flooring offer durability and easy maintenance, engineered wood flooring features a real wood veneer, providing a more natural and authentic look.

Engineered wood flooring can be a good choice for homes with pets, but it’s important to maintain regular nail trimming and protect the flooring from scratches using rugs or furniture pads.


A floating floor is a type of flooring installation method where the individual planks or tiles are not directly attached to the subfloor. Instead, they are fitted together using a click-lock or tongue-and-groove system, allowing the floor to “float” above the subfloor.

Yes, engineered wood flooring can be installed over concrete, provided concrete is dry, level, and properly prepared with a moisture barrier and/or underlayment.

Engineered wood flooring with appropriate moisture-resistant properties can be installed in bathrooms and basements. However, it’s important to follow the manufacturer’s guidelines for these specific areas.

Underlayment is recommended for engineered wood flooring installation as it provides benefits such as moisture protection, sound insulation, and a smooth surface.

While DIY installation is possible, it’s recommended to have some level of experience or expertise. Hiring a professional installer ensures proper installation and avoids potential issues.


Regularly sweep or vacuum the floor to remove dirt and debris. Use a slightly damp mop with a recommended wood floor cleaner for deeper cleaning, ensuring not to use excessive water.

Yes, placing rugs or mats in high-traffic areas, near entrances, and in front of sinks can help protect the flooring from scratches, spills, and dirt. Ensure the rugs have non-slip backing to prevent slipping.

Wipe up spills immediately and avoid excessive moisture. Use mats or trays under potted plants and avoid placing the flooring in areas prone to high humidity, such as bathrooms or basements.

To repair engineered wood flooring, assess the damage and fill scratches with a matching wood filler. For dents, use steam or consult a professional.

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