Engineered Hardwood

Engineered HardWood:

It is Hardwood planks classified as “engineered” by the features of multiple layers (typically three to five) bonded together under extreme heat and pressure.

The layers typically include a top veneer of hardwood backed by less expensive layers of plywood—although some manufacturers use substrates made from recycled wood fibers mixed with stone dust for improved durability and stability.

Because of the way engineered hardwood is processed, it is not as affected by humidity as solid wood planks are. Therefore, they are better suited for installing on all levels of the home and over plywood, wood, OSB and concrete subfloors...