GREAT FLOORS INGERSOLL
English Plank by Beckham Brothers™Engineered White Oak, 3/4"
This engineered White Oak floor features select grade wood and an incomparable Siberian Larch wood core. Siberian Larch is an extremely durable wood that will not expand or warp with moisture. 35-year residential warranty. Available in 10 colours.
Regale™ by Beaulieu™European White Oak Engineered, 7.5" width
This wide plank distressed hardwood will be a great addition to any home. It's an Engineered European White Oak in an Antique finish that gives you a rustic yet elegant finish. A handscrape, brushed, UV oil gives it a matte finish in a beautiful array of stains from greys to neutrals.
Castlewood Oak by Shaw™White Oak Engineered, 7 1/2" width
The Castlewood collection has an abundance of the natural charm that makes wood floors so desirable. Creating its stunning character are stylish 7 1⁄2" widths, extremely handsome linear graining, and sawn face veneers that closely resemble solid hardwood.
Charelston Plank by Beckham Brothers™6ft planks 3/8′ thick plank
Charleston Plank by Beckham Brothers features impressive 6ft planks, which are broad at 6.5 inches wide. The 3/8′ thick plank features a stable Eucalyptus core with a beautiful 47-mil (1.2mm) brushed Birch top. This product is protected by a 25 Year Residential Warranty.
What is the difference between solid and engineered hardwood? What do these differences mean for me?
Solid hardwood is made of the same material throughout. Engineered hardwood is composed of a top layer of high-grade hardwood supported by veneer, composite materials, or lower grade, fast-growing lumber. Engineered hardwood is typically easier to install and maintain, but the “wear layer” is thinner which means it cannot withstand as much sanding and refinishing as solid hardwood. Engineered hardwood can typically withstand 2 or 3 sandings, whereas solid hardwood can withstand up to 4 or 5.
How do I maintain the quality of my hardwood?
To avoid damaging the finish of the hardwood, do not use abrasive cleaners, buffers or nail polish remover on the flooring. To avoid warping and delamination do not wash or mop the floor with soap, water, detergent or any liquid cleaning materials. Protective mats in entrance ways and floor-protectors on the feet of furniture will prevent scratches, denting and wearing of the floor’s surface. Sweeping, dust-mopping and vacuuming is preferable.