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Engineered wood, even it's more expansive. The choice is simple: Life expectancy This is one of the most significant differences between the two flooring options. In very general terms when you buy a laminate floor, you can expect a maximum life expectancy of around 20 years, whereas a quality engineered wood floor should last for up to 75 years. This ...


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I don't think you can do it, for two reasons: Many flooring companies change their products regularly. One of my neighbors had flooring put in 18 months ago, and it is already no longer manufactured. You will have a very hard time matching it exactly, even if you find the same model. The boards that are already installed will have weathered in the time ...


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There's a lot of confusion about flooring terminology these days because there are so many options available. Engineered hardwood, laminate, luxury vinyl plank, etc. Traditionally, and I think most contractors would agree, engineered hardwood is a premium product that consists of a thin veneer of hardwood that is affixed to a sublayer of some sort of ...


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