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Why You Should Consider Wide Plank Flooring

Hardwood flooring comes in many shapes and sizes. When you choose engineered hardwood flooring, you’ll have to choose between wide plank flooring and narrow plank. Wide plank flooring is becoming more popular, but is it right for you?

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 […]

Our Best Custom Color Engineered Hardwood Flooring in 2017

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In 2017, we heard a staggering number of our clients requesting custom color finishes. It’s a big world of hardwood out there. You want your floors to stand out among them. Engineered hardwood flooring is becoming the industry standard, above the likes of solid and laminate (which, really, isn’t even hardwood). But a simple grey […]

Refinishing Your Hardwood: What’s the Difference Between Solid and Engineered?

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Your solid hardwood floor may be a “solid” piece of wood, but it probably won’t last as long as you think (or have been told) that it will.

Best Hardwood Flooring to Update Your Kitchen

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Whether you’re remodeling your whole kitchen or just doing some renovation, engineered hardwood flooring lets you lay a lasting foundation for the space. Wide plank engineered hardwood should be at the top of your list. Choose something that will last.

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.