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Engineered Hardwood Floor Installation in Frisco, Texas

We recommend engineered hardwood flooring if you are looking for a viable alternative to nail-down hardwood floors. Engineered hardwood gives you the look and feel of natural hardwood, but with exceptional durability, more options, and easier, faster installation. Wood Floors of Dallas offers engineered hardwood floor installation in Dallas, Texas.

We can help you choose the best product for your home or business and install it to your specifications. You get comprehensive service from top-rated flooring contractors you can trust. Whether you are building a new home or replacing old flooring, we can help you with every stage of your project. Contact Wood Floors of Dallas today for an on-site consultation.

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What Is Engineered Hardwood Flooring?

An engineered wood floor is constructed of layers of both hardwood and plywood. Each layer is positioned in a different direction. This construction prevents the engineered hardwood from warping and bowing the way solid hardwood floors can do.

The construction of engineered wood allows for installation in most grade levels of the home, including below ground, with a protective moisture barrier. A hardwood veneer gives the natural wood beauty & look to the engineered floor just as a solid hardwood floor does. Engineered hardwood offers easy care and maintenance.


Engineered Hardwood Flooring Installation Services We Offer


Whether your style ranges from warm minimalism to transitional modern, you can find a hardwood floor that best suits your home or business. No matter where you install engineered hardwood, you can be sure it will be a beautiful, eye-catching statement with a durable surface. We offer complete installation for residential and commercial properties in Frisco, Texas.

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Residential Hardwood Installation

When designing your home, you want every element to fit perfectly with the overall layout. Your interior design starts by choosing the proper flooring and working your way up. We can help you lay the right foundation to design the rest of your home. You can choose from a wide range of engineered wood flooring to fine-tune your design plans.

Commercial Hardwood Installation

A wood floor instantly attracts customers who are used to institutional-style commercial flooring. It sets your business apart from the competition. It also implies the type of clientele you want to attract. We can help you boost your brand by installing professional wood floors that are attractive and sturdy, holding up well to the daily traffic from customers and employees.

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Our Engineered Hardwood Flooring Installation Process


Our goal is to create a memorable and positive experience that gives you 100% satisfaction. Our installation process includes the following simple steps:

Step 1:
Choose Your Hardwood Floors

With all the options available for engineered hardwood flooring, getting the design you want is attainable. We can help you narrow your search so that you will enjoy your wood floors long after we install them. You can choose from stains, colors, textures, and overall layout.

Step 2:
Schedule an On-Site Consultation

Instead of attempting a DIY project - which almost always produces mediocre results, why not partner with a seasoned flooring specialist? When you contact Wood Floors of Dallas, you get the benefits of our combined decades of experience with residential and commercial flooring. We consult you on how to find the best products and how to get stunning results from your installation.

Step 3:
Get a Personalized Estimate

A flooring project is an investment into your home’s value and stability over several years. So, you need to know what financial investment you are committing to. Before we proceed with the project, we provide a complete estimate of all installation costs, including all supplies, materials, and labor.

Step 4:
Hardwood Floor Installation

The last step in the project is implementation. We order and deliver all materials on-site and get to work to install your flooring. Most projects take two to three days, depending on the scope of the work. We’re not finished with the project until you are completely satisfied.

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Benefits of Engineered Wood Flooring


  • Cost-effective, fitting most budgets
  • Fast and easy to install
  • Improved moisture resistance
  • Long-lasting (up to 30 years)
  • Organic natural wood top layer
  • Lots of installation options
  • Resembles organic natural wood
  • Integrated real hardwood
  • Ideal for high-traffic areas
  • May be refinished, if necessary


Schedule Engineered Wood Flooring Installation Today!

Don’t settle for less than the best for your hardwood flooring—partner with Wood Floors of Dallas flooring professionals. We offer complete engineered hardwood floor installation services in Dallas, Texas. Contact us today for an on-site assessment and consultation.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Engineered Hardwood Floors

No, they are not the same. An engineered floor is real wood made up of hardwood on top, plywood in the middle, and another layer of hardwood on the bottom, while laminate flooring is a picture of a hardwood floor platform with a pad underneath it or a cork back for cushion.

Engineered hardwood flooring is more structurally stable than solid or laminate. This allows the natural beauty of a real hardwood surface to last for many generations. Depending on the thickness or the wear layer, engineered floors can also be refinished multiple times.

Engineered floors are versatile since they can be installed on, above, or below grade. In addition, they can be nailed down, glued down, or floating, depending on the subfloor. Engineered floors are ideal for installations over concrete slabs, or other areas unsuitable for solid wood susceptible to high moisture, such as basements. They are also ideal for placing over radiant heat systems due to their stability.