Q imported from our old site, Face Lift Floors: I am considering buying engineered hardwood. My house is built on a cement slab. There are several thicknesses to choose from. Is it better to go with thicker variety assuming there is sufficient clearance?
A: I would go with the one that has the thickest hardwood veneer surface. I have installed Mirage engineered several times and it is an excellent product. All the strips are perfect and it can be sanded up to 5 times.
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