Cathleen Sweet. Hardwood Flooring. March 14th , 2018.
Nailer - This can either be a hammer or pneumatic nail gun. The pneumatic nail gun is obviously faster and easier, but you have to get it calibrated just right so that the nails don't go too far down into the wood and destroy your hardwood panels.
Engineered wood flooring's greatest weakness is its thin top layer. Remarkably, this 1/16" to 1/8" finish layer can be sanded. But only once or twice - three is pushing it. In any case, I strongly recommend you seek the advice of a reputable
Engineered floors are very similar to "solid" floors and in most cases are not easily distinguishable from natural hardwood when installed correctly. Engineered wood floors are comprised of multiple layers of plywood substrate with a top layer of actual hardwood. With varying degrees of thickness of the plywood substrate from two to ten ply (plywood layers); engineered floors are less expensive than natural hardwood surfaces while providing beauty and elegance to any interior room of the home.
If solid hardwood is not ideal for usually moist areas, engineered wood flooring can be best installed in basements and bathrooms.
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