Welcome to McCurley's National Flooring, your home for high-quality engineered hardwood.
Our selection balances durability and style, adding a touch of elegance to any room in your home.
Engineered hardwood offers the rich aesthetic of solid hardwood while providing added stability. Composed of multiple layers of wood, it stands up to fluctuations in temperature and humidity, making it an excellent choice for various environments.
From classic to contemporary, our engineered hardwood comes in an array of styles, colors, and finishes. This versatility ensures a perfect match for any home decor.
Easy to maintain and built to last, our engineered hardwood flooring is a practical and attractive choice for any busy household.
Explore the distinct characteristics of engineered hardwood in the sections below. With McCurley's National Flooring, selecting the right flooring solution for your home is simple. Elevate your space with the timeless appeal of our engineered hardwood.
Engineered Hardwood Wood Species refer to the type of wood used in the top layer of engineered hardwood flooring. Each species offers unique characteristics in terms of color, grain pattern, hardness, and durability. From the rich, warm tones of oak and hickory to the light, minimalist aesthetics of maple, and the exotic allure of acacia, the choice of wood species significantly influences the flooring's visual appeal and performance. Understanding different Engineered Hardwood Wood Species can guide you in selecting a floor that suits your style and meets your durability needs.
Engineered Hardwood Veneers refer to the thin layer of natural wood affixed to the top of engineered hardwood flooring. The veneer showcases the beauty of the chosen wood species, offering the authentic look of hardwood while benefiting from the engineered product's stability. Veneer thickness can influence the flooring's lifespan and its ability to be refinished.
The Core of an Engineered Hardwood refers to the layers beneath the top veneer. Typically made from cross-laminated layers of plywood or high-density fiberboard, the core gives engineered hardwood its stability and resistance to moisture and temperature fluctuations. The quality and composition of the core can significantly influence the flooring's durability and performance. An understanding of the Core of Engineered Hardwood is key to choosing a floor that combines the beauty of hardwood with the practicality of engineered construction.
Wood Texture refers to the surface feel and appearance of wood flooring. It plays a significant role in defining the overall look and style of the floor. Common wood textures include smooth, hand-scraped, distressed, and wire-brushed, each offering a unique aesthetic. Smooth textures provide a sleek, classic look, while hand-scraped or distressed textures offer a rustic, vintage appeal. Wire-brushed textures fall somewhere in between, subtly highlighting the wood's natural grain. Understanding Wood Texture can help you select a floor that resonates with your style and enhances the character of your space.
Engineered Hardwood Finishes provide both protection and visual appeal to your flooring. Aluminum Oxide finishes offer superior durability, ideal for high-traffic areas, due to excellent scratch and stain resistance. Polyurethane finishes, while less hardy, accentuate the wood's natural beauty with a clear, protective layer and are easier to repair. Understanding these finishes can guide you in selecting the perfect balance of style and durability for your engineered hardwood flooring.