Engineered Wood Flooring

Engineered wood flooring s built with layers of real wood and looks very similar to the solid wood on the surface, but it is both less expensive and easier for DIYers to install. This durable and versatile flooring material comes in a variety of beautiful styles to fit your home’s aesthetics.

  • Windridge Hickory Espresso Hickory WEK27-96
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  • Windridge Hickory Mocha Hickory WEK27-95
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  • Urban Reserve Light Amber Maple WEK10-01
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  • Woodmore 3 Inch Oak Golden WEC33-20
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  • Windridge Hickory Golden Hickory WEK27-93
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  • Wallingford Birch Graphite Birch WEK28-92
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  • Vintage View Butternut Birch WEK34-91
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  • Urban Reserve Banister Birch WEK10-74
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  • Urban Reserve Natural Walnut WEK10-04
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  • Mediterranean Margaux MCMG469
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  • Mediterranean Calabria MCCA708
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  • Woodmore 5 Inch Oak Oxford WEC37-52
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  • Windridge Hickory Coffee Hickory WEK27-94
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  • Wallingford Birch Tobacco Birch WEK28-97
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  • Best Engineered Wood Flooring

    Engineered wood flooring has grown in popularity in recent years, and it is an excellent modern alternative to solid wood. It is composed of multiple layers of compressed timber and then finished with a top layer of solid wood veneer. As a result, it comes with a variety of practical qualities and boasts that desirable authentic look.

    Multiple layers of wood or plywood help to form a very stable core which is less likely to expand or contract when exposed to changes in temperature and humidity. As a result, it is more appropriate for basements and other challenging installations. Best engineered wood flooring can resist high amounts of traffic, the same as laminate wood flooring. It is also great for rooms that tend to experience large amounts of moisture and temperature change. Engineered wood flooring can stand up to damp and heating systems, and that means that they are also great for underfloor heating systems.

    Wide Plank Engineered Wood Floors

    Installing wide plank flooring can breathe new life into a house because it is associated with luxury and feels special. Wide plank engineered wood floors may use boards that are 8” to 20” or more, creating a more striking and distinctive look that allows the grain and the personality of the wood surface to stand out. Elegant and durable, they can be finished to virtually any color and thousands of looks. For example, acacia wood flooring offers a dramatic look for any room and is rich in color and style.

    Wide planks help make a space one-of-a-kind and can add a rustic charm. Wide plank flooring in lighter shades is also gaining popularity in contemporary spaces. It is ideally suited to the larger, free-flowing spaces so often seen in contemporary design. If you install them in large spaces, the wide planks and light engineered wood can give an airy, open feel.

    Mohawk Engineered Wood Floor

    Mohawk engineered wood floor products feature a wide variety of colors and styles to choose from. This prefinished hardwood flooring resists expansion and contraction from humidity changes and offers the perfect combination of strength and style for your home. It has enhanced stain protection, ensuring easy cleanup. This material also features a glueless locking system and clicks together for fast and easy installation.

    Our Mohawk engineered wood flooring collection offers both exceptional durability and fashion-forward design. You can install beautiful oak, birch, acacia, maple, or hickory flooring in your bedroom, living room, or even basement, and your space will look more modern but still feel cozy.

    Float Engineered Wood Floor

    Wondering whether you should glue down or float the planks? Installing a floating floor is the easiest and the quickest way to get new engineered wood underfoot. Float engineered wood floor is made of planks that aren’t fixed to the subfloor. Instead, floating method uses the weight of the floor itself to keep them in place. In this method, individual planks interlock edge-to-edge to form a single mat-like surface that simply rests on the underlayment. One of the advantages of floating engineered wood flooring is that if it expands and contracts, it’s less likely to become damaged because it’s not rubbing against glue or nails. Floating floor installation saves money and helps installation go a lot faster, so it’s a favorite method for DIYers.

    At Stone and Tile, we offer the best selection of stylish and elegant engineered wood flooring that can be installed in any room of your home. It’s an obvious choice if you want a flooring material that looks like solid hardwood but at a more affordable price. Its surface is real, genuine hardwood, so it offers great resale value to a home.

    Not sure that engineered wood flooring is the right option for your home? Explore our selection of luxury vinyl plank flooring that is also a good choice if your home has pets or children.
    1 We place your order directly with the manufacturer (at whichever location you prefer) using our wholesale account so you get fantastic pricing!
    2 We put your name as the pickup person and email you as soon as your order is ready to be picked up.
    3 Upon arrival at the store, give your order number and pick up your order hassle free - everything will already be paid for!

    What if the warehouse closest to you doesn’t have the item you have selected in stock?

    They can usually bring it in within a few days. If the manufacturer is willing to do this as a courtesy we will pass on that courtesy to you.  If there are any fees for this we will let you know so you can decide.  We always find out the exact timeline and email you to confirm if that is okay. If that doesn’t work for you then you will get a 100% refund. If it does, we proceed and email you when it is ready for pickup.

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