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If you have decided that you would like to have hardwood flooring installed into your home, you may find that solid wood flooring is a little too expensive for your needs. However, the good news is that there is the chance to own a type of hardwood flooring that looks great but doesn’t leave as big a dent in your budget as the other types may have done.
How easy is engineered wood flooring to fit?
One of the greatest things about engineered wood flooring is the fact that, with a little patience and an instruction manual, you should find that you are able to fit it on your own. The strips come presented in such a way to mean that they are easy to fit together, and this means that if you want to avoid having to hire somebody to fit it for you, this is entirely possible. However, if you should choose to hand the job over to the professionals, then it will only take them a short time to fit a whole room of flooring, and this means that you can relax knowing that the job is going to be done properly.
How durable is this flooring?
If you look after your engineered wood flooring properly, you should find that it lasts in your home for a number of years. The best thing that you should do is to keep up to date with your cleaning, and this includes vacuuming on a daily basis and using wood flooring wipes to get rid of any of the dirt that your vacuum cleaner was not able to cope with. By doing this, you are taking the time to protect your flooring, and this means that it is likely to last for a lot longer, and therefore work much better for you in the future.
How much can I expect to pay?
As a general rule, a bottom-end engineered wood flooring will cost a little more than a carpet, but much less than solid wood flooring. There are many different types that you could take a look at, and it is important that you go for the style and design that is the best for you. However, you should also find that there is a price that would suit everybody, and this means that if you want engineered wood flooring in your home, you shouldn’t have to worry about being priced out of it.
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