Engineered Wood Vs Laminate Flooring Pros And Cons: Advantages And Disadvantages



Advantages And Disadvantages Of Engineered Wood

Advantages

  1. Looks: It looks like the hardwoods as the veneer layer is a thin slice of real hardwood.
  2. Easy To Clean: It can be easily cleaned with a damp mop and special wood cleaner for Engineered Wood.
  3. Dust And Allergens: This floor is typically smooth enough due to which it will not trap dust and allergens.
  4. Refinished: Depending on the veneer's thickness it can be refinised number of times to increase its life.
  5. Waterproof: If it is properly installed then it is waterproof.

Disadvantages

  1. Mold And Rot: It is made from the organic components, so it’s not resistant to mold and rot.
  2. Waxing: It needs the periodic waxing and refinishing for keeping them in good shape this increases the cost of maintainence.


Advantages And Disadvantages Of Laminate Flooring

Advantages

  1. Synthetic Wear Layer: It has a synthetic wear layer that is usually smooth, which means that it’s easy to wipe clean.
  2. Dust: The other pro is that it will not trap the dust like carpets do, which in turn means its good for anyone with allergies.

Disadvantages

  1. Special Products: In order to protect the layer during the Cleaning it requires special products which will be a burden on the pocket.
  2. Durability: Due to the limited quality, it will not last more than 10 to 20 years other alternatives like hardwood floors can last more than that.
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