floating engineered wood flooring on concrete

Engineered hardwood is sturdier than traditional plank – but surface preparation still matters. For any flooring installation over concrete you should anticipate potential problems with moisture levels. Like any wood product engineered hardwood expands and contracts because of changes in moisture. 【Get Price】

Instead the planks are either glued or snapped together. The planks go down fast over virtually any material—concrete plywood sheet vinyl even ceramic tile. There are several floating floor materials available but if you want real wood the best choice is engineered flooring. 【Get Price】

A floating engineered wood flooring installation on concrete can be an excellent choice if your subfloor is below grade. It’s also a great option if you choose to incorporate a radiant heat system.* (Don’t forget the vapor retarder!) 【Get Price】

Some engineered wood flooring products are designed for a glue-down application when installing flooring over a concrete slab. Other products are better suited for a nail-down installation where they are secured to a wood subfloor with nails or staples. 【Get Price】