Published at Thursday, July 19th, 2018 - 06:57:55 AM. . By Shiloh Navarrete.
The style of your kitchen floors can make or break the overall appearance of this most central room in your home. There are many components to consider as you contemplate replacing your old floors. Material, color, style and maintenance requirements should all be factored in during the decision making process.
Engineered Hardwood Drawbacks. When you rely on others to make your flooring, you always have to worry about the quality of the floor. You don’t have this concern with solids. Also, while engineered is cheaper than solid hardwood, it’s not cheaper than laminate or carpet. According to our friends at HomeAdvisor, some veneers are so thin and poorly made that they can prematurely warp or fade. Some manufacturers try to cut corners by using fiberboard, which could compromise the stability of your floor.
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