Unfinished Hardwood Flooring Cost
The cost of unfinished hardwood flooring will vary due to a number of factors. The grade of the wood, if it is rustic then it will be cheaper than a prime grade. Width of the board is a major influence on the cost also, the wider the board the more it is. Also the thickness of the flooring, a 14mm thick board is considerably cheaper than a 22mm thick version.
Engineered flooring is made basically from three layers, a solid wood top layer ranging from 2mm to 6mm in thickness, which is glued to thin pieces of plywood what run in different directions, this makes for a much more stable wood compared to solid wood.
Engineered flooring come in two different ways of fitting the floor planks together, first it comes in tongue and groove edges which can be secret nailed to a wooden sub-floor or can be glued down if laying onto a concrete base, secondly Engineered floors come with an easy to fit click together system that can be installed as a floating floor, making installation easier.
15mm Engineered Wood Flooring