Engineered Hardwood Flooring in the DMV Area
Engineered Wood Floor Installation, Repair, and Replacement throughout Maryland, Virginia & Washington, DC
One of the biggest decisions to consider when installing new hardwood floors in your DC-area home or commercial property is whether or not you want to install solid hardwood flooring or engineered hardwood flooring. Your decision will need to be based on numerous factors, including:
- Where you want to install hardwood floors
- What kind of subfloor your property has
- How long you expect your hardwood floors to last
- Average humidity and moisture levels in your area
If you have questions about what type of hardwood flooring is best for your home or office, contact the flooring experts at Elegant Floor Service! We’ve been installing, replacing, and repairing engineered wood floors in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC since 1987, and we offer competitive pricing for residential, commercial, and municipal buildings. Our team of experts will consider your unique preferences, building layout, and budget to find out if engineered hardwood floors are right for your home in the DVM area.
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What Is Engineered Flooring?
Unlike solid hardwood flooring, engineered hardwood flooring is made up of multiple pieces, consisting of 3 – 12 thin layers of wood. Each wood layer is placed in a different direction and is bonded together using heat and pressure to create a very strong and durable piece of wood, preventing the hardwood floor from warping in environments with a lot of moisture and high humidity levels.
In contrast, solid wood flooring consists of single slabs of wood—making it more likely to shrink, expand, and warp than engineered wood flooring. This type of flooring is ideal for environments with low moisture and humidity.
Benefits of Engineered Wood Flooring
Although solid wood floors are a great fit for some homes, others require a more sturdy, engineered flooring.
Engineered wood flooring:
- Is durable. These floors will last you many years to come and will not warp in high moisture and high humidity environments.
- Makes for easy installation. Engineered floors can be installed anywhere in your home, including basements and concrete sub-floors.
- Has variety. The wood comes in many varieties, species, and styles—including hand scraped engineered wood flooring.
- Is long-lasting. These floors can be sanded and refinished to add years to their lifespan.
- Increases Home Value. Engineered hardwood floors can increase the value of your home.
- And more!
Engineered Hardwood Flooring Installation & Replacement In the DMV Area
Are you ready to improve the look of your home with engineered wood flooring in Maryland, Virginia, or Washington, DC? Contact Elegant Floor Service today, and we’ll walk you through our wood floor selection process.
Not only will we help you choose the best type of engineered hardwood flooring to install in your space, our team will also guide you through the entire installation process. Since 1987, customers throughout Maryland, DC, and Virginia have relied on Elegant Floor Service for quality wood floor installation and replacement. Many of our first-time hardwood floor installation customers become life-long wood floor clients! Give us a call today to schedule your hardwood flooring service.
Engineered Hardwood Floors Repair
Although engineered hardwood flooring is extremely durable, it’s subject to wear and tear just like every other flooring material. Dog nails and high heel shoes can scratch the surface of hardwood floors, water can leave marks and cause rotting, and general aging can wear the wood down. Each one of these problems can be repaired, and our experienced wood floor repair technicians know how to get your engineered hardwood floors looking like new again no matter what shape they’re in!
If you need engineered wood flooring repair for your Maryland, DC or, Virginia property, give us a call!
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Our service areas include:
Maryland: Annapolis, Ashton, Aspen Hill, Baltimore, Bethesda, Brookeville, Cabin John, Chevy Chase, Clarksburg, Clarksville, College Park, Columbia, Darnestown, Derwood, Ellicott City, Forest Glen, Frederick, Fulton, Gaithersburg, Garrett Park, Germantown, Glen Echo, Highland, Kensington, Laurel, Marriottsville, Montgomery Village, Olney, Potomac, Rockville, Silver Spring, Takoma Park & Wheaton.
Virginia: Alexandria, Annandale, Arlington, Crystal City, Fairfax, Falls Church, Great Falls, Herndon, McLean, Reston, Tysons Corner & Vienna.
DC-area: Capitol Hill, Georgetown & Washington, DC.