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Engineered hardwood flooring is the ideal compromise. It costs more than laminate or vinyl, but not nearly as much as traditional hardwood. Engineered hardwood, unlike laminate or vinyl, has the same appearance and texture as traditional hardwood but is generally less expensive.

Engineered hardwood is bonded or fastened to the subfloor. Laminate flooring is a type of high-density fiberboard (HDF) flooring that has a photographic wood-look layer on top of a tough, transparent wear layer.

Engineered wood can last up to 40 years. When exposed to moisture, it does not bend or change dimensions, and it is resistant to temperature changes. Engineered wood that is click-lock or glue-down is easy to work with and can be installed on a variety of subfloors.

Traditional engineered hardwood is not waterproof.