White Oak Engineered Hardwood Flooring

Posted by Aaron Schaalma

Are you considering a flooring upgrade for your home? Look no further than Signature Custom Flooring. I can transform your space with beautiful engineered white oak hardwood flooring.

Recently, I refinished new white oak wood floors throughout a house in Stevens Point, and the results were stunning. I enhanced the natural beauty of the white oak wood by using a layer of Rubio Monocoat. This is a finishing product that not only protects the wood from wear and tear, but also gives it a natural appearance.

The homeowners were thrilled with the transformation of their space, and it's easy to see why. The new flooring created a fresh, modern look that also added warmth and character to the home. Plus, the durability of engineered white oak hardwood means that these floors will last for years to come.

What is Engineered White Oak Flooring?

If you're in the market for hardwood flooring, you may have come across the term "engineered white oak." But what exactly is it, and why is it such a popular choice for homeowners? Let's take a closer look.

White oak engineered hardwood flooring is a popular choice for homeowners who want to upgrade their space with beautiful, durable flooring. Engineered white oak flooring is made by layering thin sheets of real white oak wood veneer over a plywood core. The veneer is typically around 3-5 millimeters thick, giving the flooring the look and feel of solid wood. The plywood core adds strength and stability to the planks, making them less likely to warp, cup, or crack over time.

The Benefits of White Oak Engineered Hardwood

One of the biggest benefits of white oak engineered hardwood flooring is its versatility. The natural beauty of white oak wood is a classic look that works well in any home, whether your style is traditional, modern, or somewhere in between. Plus, the engineered construction allows for wider planks and longer lengths, which can create a more spacious, open feel in your space.

White oak engineered hardwood flooring also offers excellent durability. The plywood core adds stability to the planks, preventing them from expanding or contracting with changes in temperature and humidity. This makes the flooring less prone to warping or cupping over time. Plus, the top layer of real white oak wood can be sanded and refinished multiple times, allowing you to refresh the look of your floors whenever needed.

Another benefit of white oak engineered hardwood flooring is its ease of installation. The planks can be glued down or floated over a variety of subfloors, making it a versatile choice for both new construction and remodeling projects.

Restore the Beauty of Your White Oak Floors

At Signature Custom Flooring, I offer a wide variety of white oak engineered hardwood flooring options to fit any style and budget. If you're considering a flooring upgrade for your home, contact me for a free consultation or learn more about the most recent hardwood flooring trends. I can guide you through the process, from selecting the perfect flooring material to ensuring a flawless installation. Don't settle for anything less than the best: let me transform your space with beautiful, high-quality flooring.