Think of comparing types of hardwood and hardwood flooring prices as you would sizing up Marvel superheroes.
While the Incredible Hulk and Ironman are both inarguably strong and equipped with fighting stamina, the similarities stop there. One is green, the other is part machine. And from there, their characteristics become even more diametric.
Not one superhero is intrinsically better than the other—and the same goes for engineered and solid hardwood, as well. With that said, certain types of hardwood flooring are better suited for certain situations.
When it comes to the best flooring option for a particular commercial space, the experts at Floor Coverings International use their superpower knowledge to guide clients. We help commercial property managers and business owners find the best flooring solution for their specific needs at affordable prices.
Much like many comic-book heroes, solid hardwood is durable, unique, and built to last. Whether for residential or commercial purposes, hardwood is undeniably beautiful. For that reason, FCI offers clients a wide selection factory-finished, unfinished, solid, engineered, strip, plank, and other hardwood options. Your choice of wood is largely based on what you prefer for your commercial space.
Many of our clients are curious about the price difference between engineered and solid hardwood flooring in particular. As a general rule, hardwood flooring pricing for solid hardwood is more expensive. Here are other essential differences:
On the premise of their description alone, it’s perhaps easy to see why solid hardwood would yield a higher price. But, there’s more to consider when comparing these two products.
Solid hardwood species such as cherry, maple, and oak are timeless. Yet the latest advancements in engineered hardwood floors offer buyers almost all the same design options. And, there are more perks attached to engineered wood flooring.
In addition to being an attractive, affordable option, take a look at more reasons why commercial clients often favor engineered hardwood flooring:
As mentioned earlier, not one hardwood flooring option is better than the other. If, however, budget limitations make it more difficult to house a commercial space with solid hardwood, engineered hardwood is both an affordable and practical solution.
For those in favor of solid commercial hardwood flooring, there are a few factors to keep in mind when evaluating the average cost. The price of hardwood varies depending on:
At FCI, we not only help our commercial clients determine what kind of hardwood flooring would work best. We’re also committed to finding affordable solutions.
Reach out now to find out more about FCI’s hardwood flooring prices and to schedule a consultation. Or, call us today!
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