As soon as you start shopping around for new engineered wood flooring, you’ll realise it comes in a variety of widths. This option can be confusing because buyers aren’t sure why this is and what the different benefits could be. It seems logical to suppose that the larger the width, the better the deal, as fewer pieces will be needed and it takes less labour to install. However, the range of choices has very little to do with convenience and everything to do with style. If you’re considering investing in wood flooring, the best thing to do is to get to grips with the facts before you start catalogue shopping.
Big room or small room?
When shopping for engineered flooring for a small room, narrower width wood might seem like an obvious choice. Small things belong in small spaces and big things in big spaces. We think along … Read more