Published at Monday, May 20th, 2019 - 18:12:28 PM. Laminate Flooring. By Delmare Cariou.
What to look for in hardwood flooring. The popular product today is hardwood flooring. It is making a gigantic comeback and everyone wants to jump on the hardwood band wagon. In our region, it seems everyone wants solid hardwood flooring. Let's talk about solid wood. Solid wood is great as long as you have a fairly constant humidity level in your home and the wood is going to be installed above grade. If your home has large fluctuations in humidity levels, then you may want to consider an engineered hardwood floor. An engineered hardwood is a hardwood floor that has plies or turned layers of material in-between a top and bottom layer of the species that you are selecting. This gives the product more stability to changing climate conditions. This type of floor is normally required for on or below grade applications. Engineered flooring is generally a little more price-friendly as the tree specie requirement is less to make the product. A concern with an engineered floor is what the inner core plies are made of. Be sure to ask and make sure a hardwood or hard material is used to create the inner ply as a soft material can make the top layer easier to dent. Solid floor hardness can be determined by researching or asking the Janka rating. Janka ratings are a scale used to determine the hardness by comparison of wood species. I believe that all finishes of hardwood today are good as long as it is a quality brand of flooring that can be found at your independent retailer. There are some new products on the market today that give 50-year finish warranties for what it is worth. I have always had concerns with lifetime warranties or other huge warranties, although I suppose it is something you can hang your hat on should there ever be a problem. Pre-finished vs. unfinished hardwood is always a debate and you will get differing opinions. Personally, I prefer pre-finished. You get more layers of finish and furniture-like quality without the mess. No sanding, better warranties, and a quicker finished product just make up my mind. Yet, we have top-quality intelligent builders who prefer unfinished. So who am I to argue? This product simply has two schools of thought.
Harmonics laminate flooring can we have read, be bought at Costco. Costco is a membership warehouse club, so the only way you're able to purchase their Harmonics laminate flooring is to become a member. Costco is able to sell Harmonics laminate flooring at a deep discount, but often the supply is limited. Once it's gone, you will not be able to quickly purchase more if you didn't initially buy enough. Also, the next time round we assume that they may use a different supplier. Pergo is a the leader in both design and laminate technology. Also, Pergo has now become the leading seller of flooring in the world, so you know it is trusted worldwide. However, Pergo is only one of the more than 100 different brands of laminate flooring on the market.
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