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Discover Durable Hardwood Flooring to Last Forever

You’ve just built or purchased your forever home. Why would you settle for temporary floors? Our wide plank engineered hardwood flooring will be your forever home’s forever floors. Don’t waste your time (or money!) with flooring you’ll have to replace in only a few years. Start with the best, most durable hardwood flooring engineered to […]

Is 3 Ply or Multi-Ply Engineered Flooring Best for You?

Which type of floors are the best: multi-ply engineered flooring or 3 ply floors? When choosing the flooring for your home, you want to make sure you’re getting the best of the best. And when you’re choosing engineered hardwood flooring, the plywood used in the flooring is crucial as well.

Solid vs Engineered Hardwood Flooring

One of the most important decisions you’ll make in your home is flooring. Whatever you choose, it will have to hold up to wear and tear, and will be the heart of your home. Have you ever noticed how much you use your floor? Every single day, you walk across it countless times. It’s the […]

Why You Should Choose Grey Hardwood Flooring

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Not only is grey hardwood flooring on trend these days, it’s a proven classic. From upscale retail shops to your cool friend’s fresh modern kitchen, you’ve probably seen it around a lot lately.

Quality Engineered Hardwood vs. an Engineered Rip-off

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What makes PurezaWood unique? Our clients and customers would be the first to say that we stress¬†quality. And this doesn’t always come with a steep pricetag, either. Let’s compare a piece of “luxury” wide plank engineered hardwood from another brand with PurezaWood. You’re probably being over-charged for a sub-par product.

Luxury Hardwood Flooring You Can Actually Afford

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Wide plank hardwood — and engineered hardwood, no less — isn’t just for the penthouses and luxury hotels anymore. We might associate those beautiful wide planks of French white oak and American walnut with luxury hardwood flooring, but if you know where to buy it, you can afford it too.