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In Anaheim with Solid wood and Engineered Exotic WoodElegance Wood Flooring

Elegance Wood Flooring in Anaheim with Solid wood and Engineered Exotic Wood at Treasure Flooring Showroom in Orange County CA. Today’s wood flooring makes a compelling fashion statement, increases the value of your home and provides a warm, inviting ambience. Our products range from solid and engineered smooth to solid and engineered handscraped, all at reasonable prices. The variety and uniqueness of Elegance Wood Flooring’s exotic collections invite you to create a living space that perfectly reflects your lifestyle.

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Elegance Wood Flooring is manufactured from premium materials and utilizes the highest quality raw lumber. Maintaining deep inventories for your convenience, Elegance gives you direct access to the rare, rich, and durable wood species from around the world.

Solid Flooring

Our solid flooring features a distinctive variety of wood species from exotic locals, with beautiful color variances and striking grain patterns. The richness of these woods is matched by their durability.
Engineered Flooring
Our engineered flooring combines style and function with a broad selection of species and flooring styles. The most versatile of our collections, these woods will substantially add value and ambiance to any room.
We offer a variety of glues and perfectly matched moldings to complete the installation of our products.Engineered

Engineered hardwood flooring

is a type of wood floor that consists of several wood or plywood layers. Bottom and middle layers are manufactured from cross-laid solid wood or plywood planks. The top layer consists of a solid sawn wood lamella, often stained and prefinished in factory setting. Solid hardwood flooring planks are produced from single pieces of wood.

Engineered hardwood flooring

In essence, while solid or engineered hardwood flooring is manufactured from real wood and preserves the unique textured grain and appearance of natural wood, laminate flooring is only an imitation. Although some types of high quality laminate floors might look like real wood, there are far more differences between these products than what initially meets the eye. When investing in a new floor, many homeowners are faced with a choice between hardwood and laminate. The difference between these two types of floors can be confusing at first, which is why we put together a simple guide that compares hardwood against laminate, highlighting the pros and cons of each floor type in terms of appearance, durability, longevity, ease of maintenance and repair, and eco-friendliness.