Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Q & A With Centurion Homes

The question below was posted on our Centurion Homes Facebook page and we thought we'd share our response.  As a General Contractor we enjoy sharing the knowledge we've acquired over the years.  If you have a question regarding finishes, where to get the best deal on fixtures, stuck on a DIY project or any construction related question or tip - feel free to leave a comment on the blog or a question on our facebook page.  You can click on the facebook icon to be connected to our page.  We will do our best to give you a solid answer built from experience.

Q: "Any thoughts on a laminate or similar wood looking hard floor in a basement?"

A: "When doing a wood floor in a basement an engineered wood will perform better than a laminate but neither one will withstand high volumes of moisture very well. Engineered wood is produced in wood ply that is glued and compressed in opposing directions which gives it great strength but allows for flexibility to withstand temperature/humidity fluctuation."

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