Hardwood Floor Installation Cullman AL

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Monks Flooring
(256) 739-4262
17740 Us Highway 31
Cullman, AL
A & M Floor Sanding
(256) 773-4511
260 Blowing Springs Rd
Hartselle, AL
Bama Flooring Service
(256) 773-0642
2211 Highway 31 Sw
Hartselle, AL
Dotson Flooring
(205) 229-5745
1705 Woodview Cir
Pelham, AL
Pearsons Flooring
(256) 539-7019
2021 Clinton Ave W
Huntsville, AL
Alabama Hardwood Installation Inc
(256) 350-7843
306 Bird Spring Rd SW
Hartselle, AL
Affordable Flooring
(256) 751-9211
2413 Highway 31 Sw
Hartselle, AL
John's Carpet LLC
(256) 333-0904
1121 Chancellor Ferry Rd.
Harpersville, AL
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Chappell Tile Company
(334) 220-2022
863 Queensbury Dr
Montgomery, AL
Buchanan Hardwood Flooring
(205) 373-3717
501 Baptist Line Rd
Aliceville, AL

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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