This is exactly what we wanted. The product came directly to our door quickly (within a few days, which was much sooner than if we had ordered from a flooring store) and was half the price. Parquet isThis is exactly what we wanted. The product came directly to our door quickly (within a few days, which was much sooner than if we had ordered from a flooring store) and was half the price. Parquet is coming back into fashion, and we didn't want to tear up our existing floor, so this little bit of additional parquet was an ideal option."..."Read more
I had to replace some damaged floorboards that were ruined due to water leaking into my condo unit the current floors are 10 years old and we had badly installed french doors in many units when theI had to replace some damaged floorboards that were ruined due to water leaking into my condo unit the current floors are 10 years old and we had badly installed french doors in many units when the condo was built in 2003.
I priced out these Bruce Engineered Hardwood floors elsewhere, and I got the best price on Wayfair. I did the expedited shipping and it arrived even sooner than expected. The boards arrived in great condition, and the expedited order really helped, as my contractor needed them ASAP. And with the extra shipping cost, it still cost less than other places would charge before shipping, and I got them in no time.
My first experience with Wayfair, and it's made me a believer!"..."Read more
Both Solid Hardwood and Engineered Hardwood are real wood. The difference betweeen the two is that Solid Hardwood is one piece of wood milled from lumber where as Engineered Hardwood is three to ten layers of wood called plies that are glued together in a cross-ply construction for added stability.
Beveled Edges have a very distinctive, deep V-groove, where as Microbeveled or Eased Edges have a less distinctive, more shallow V-groove between planks. Kissed Edges are even subtler than Eased Edges, about 1/2 of the depth. Distressed Edges have some slight irregularity often matching the look of distressed planks. Square Edges create a smooth, uniform surface from plank to plank.
From a do-it-yourself
standpoint, a Floating Floor
Installation is the easiest
method to install a Hardwood
Floor. Coming in second would be
a Staple or Nail Down
Installation, and a Glue Down
Installation is the most
difficult of the three methods.
Click-Lock refers to a specific
style of Floating Floors. For
more information check out our
Flooring Installation Guide in
Lock and Fold: flooring is snapped together by hand, generally easier to install (DIY-friendly!)
Click: flooring is installed by lining up the connectors at the side of each board and tapping them together with a mallet and tapping block
Glue: flooring requires adhesive or glue between each seam during installation to ensure a strong seal between each board