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Wood Flooring: Hardwood Flooring

Solid hardwood floors are made of planks milled from a single piece of timber. Solid hardwood floors were originally used for structural purposes, being installed perpendicular to the wooden support beams of a building known as joists or bearers. With the increased use of concrete as a subfloor in some parts of the world, engineered wood flooring has gained some popularity. However, solid wood floors are still common and popular. Solid wood floors have a thicker wear surface and can be sanded and finished more times than an engineered wood floor. It is not uncommon for homes in New England, Eastern Canada, and Europe which are several hundred years old to have the original solid wood floor still in use today.

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Mannington Hardwood Flooring | Fort Wayne, IN
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Mannington Hardwood Flooring 


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ManningElegance engineered for superior performance. Engineered Hardwood flooring is real hardwood - the word “engineered” just refers to the way in which it’s made. And there are many benefits to choosing an engineered product over a solid product.  

Kraus Hardwood Floors | Fort Wayne, IN
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Kraus started to spread its wings into global economy in 1980's with a dedicated sales team for the expanding overseas market. Consistent attention has developed a strong customer base in over 35 countries.  

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