Engineered Hardwood Flooring

Engineered hardwood flooring is real wood flooring, but is more stable than solid wood and is less susceptible to shrinking and expanding with changes in temperatures and humidity. The durability of engineered hardwood is increased by constructing the floor through the use of multiple wood layers.


Scraped hickory and oak hardwood in
regionally inspired colors.

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Engineered - 5 in.
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Engineered - 5 in.
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Engineered - 5 in.


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ABOUT ENGINEERED HARDWOOD FLOORING

Engineered hardwood flooring is a type of floor that has been created from several wood plies – or layers. (Unlike solid hardwood floors which are made from one piece of wood.) Engineered wood floors are still considered “hardwood,” but they are built in layers of hardwood. That difference in construction is what determines how engineered wood flooring performs. Layered construction is more stable than solid wood, and it’s also less susceptible to shrinking and expanding. Like all hardwood floors, engineered hardwood flooring comes in a wide variety of wood species, stains and surface treatments. In fact, Armstrong offers more than 400 engineered hardwood products, so you are guaranteed to find one (or more) that meets your needs.

Armstrong and Bruce® engineered wood flooring products are strong, beautiful and highly durable. You can install engineered wood floors on every level of your home.