Hardwood Flooring Contractor in Orange County
HOUSE OF REMODELING INC
DIRECT WAREHOUSE PRICING WITH PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION
Orange County, CA        (866)940-2494       LA County, CA
GENERAL CONTRACTOR, STONE & TILE CONTRACTOR, CARPET & FLOORING CONTRACTOR
BONDED & INSURE
Contractors License: #885212
Carpet in Irvine, Tustin, Ranch Santa Margarita, Mission Viejo, Aliso Viejo
Hardwood Floor Contractor, Hardwood Floor Specialist, Solid, engineered Hardwood with special Glue
and sealer, Anderson wood, Mannington hardwood floors , Shaw Hardwood, Mohawk hardwood, Urban
wood goods, Max Windsor Floors, Alstone, Provenza wood, Johnson wood, Gemwoods,  California
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Engineered wood
Made of several layers of wood stacked and glued together under heat and pressure. Engineered wood flooring is less likely to be affected
by changes in humidity and can be installed above, on, or below ground level. Choose from 2-1/4 inches to 6-1/4 inches widths and 5/16
inches to 9/16 inches thickness
The manufacturing processes the cross-grain construction of the various layers. Layers are locked together to improve dimensional
stability. . Engineered products come in 3, 5, 7 or more ply’s, the number of ply’s will vary from one manufacturer to another.
The planks are generally stapled-down, glued-down and some can be floated over different types of sub floors. The glue-down installation
allows the planks to be used on concrete.
Long Strip Wood
Featuring all the benefits of Engineered Plank flooring plus even more installation versatility, the standard 7-1/2 inches width by
approximately 86 inches in length makes Engineered Long strip floor a popular choice. Float, glue or staple down over almost any sound,
flat and dry sub floor above, on or below ground level.
TYPES OF WOOD FLOORS

Solid wood
All solid wood flooring, regardless of width or length, that is one piece of wood from top to bottom is
considered solid flooring. Solid wood floors can be installed on a concrete with sub floor as long as the floor
is on or above ground level. Solid wood flooring expands and contracts with changes in your home’s relative
humidity. All solid floors will react to the presence of moisture. In the winter heating months the lack of
humidity can cause solid wood floors to contract, which leaves unsightly gaps between each plank. In the
summer months when the humidity is higher the wood planks will expand and the gapping will disappear. If
there is too much moisture present the wood planks may cup or buckle.
Above Ground
Ground Level
Below Ground
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Above Ground
Below Ground
Ground Level
Yes
Yes
Above Ground
Ground Level
Below Ground
Yes
No
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