Hardwood Floor Installation Brookings SD

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Midstates Flooring Center
(605) 697-6333
307 6th St
Brookings, SD
Berkland Devern
(605) 693-4226
21569 467th Ave
Volga, SD
Flooring Services
(605) 722-9942
3307 E Fairgrounds Loop
Spearfish, SD
Olson Hardwood Floors
(605) 331-5747
809 S Jessica Ave
Sioux Falls, SD
David Todd Fossen Hardwood Floors
(605) 342-3356
22559 Smokey Ridge Rd
Rapid City, SD
Dunlap Professional Paint Services & Hardwood Floor Refinishing & Installation
(605) 693-4409
47654 218th St
Aurora, SD
Carpet One of Sioux Falls
(605) 336-1600
2101 West 41st Street Western Mall 4a
Sioux Falls, SD
Markos Floor Covering
(605) 225-2736
205 9th Ave Se
Aberdeen, SD
Carpet Mill Outlet
(605) 348-3822
1130 W Omaha St
Rapid City, SD
All Around Surfaces
(605) 332-3398
3420 S Minnesota Ave
Sioux Falls, SD

What are Engineered Wood Floors?

When nature and technology come together, oftentimes,

the outcome is a thing of beauty. Such is the case with engineered wood floors. Engineered wood floors offer the beauty of natural wood, with its versatile color ranges, graceful grain patterns, and rich tones, with the durability and adaptability of manmade materials.

The outer layer of engineered wood floors is a layer of hardwood that is sealed and adhered to an inner center of engineered material.  This inner core is enables the engineered wood floors to adjust to changing conditions , like fluctuations in moisture and temperature, which might cause traditional hardwood flooring to discolor and warp. 

Engineered wood floors are perfect for use in partial basements and low level rooms , where traditional hardwood floors are not appropriate.  Engineered wood floors offer the best of both worlds to the consumer, offering natural beauty with a versatility that previously was only found in laminate or tile flooring.


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