The oak hardwood flooring experts in our extensive database can offer advice to homeowners as to which floor types may work best with the home's decor. Other options in oak flooring include reclaimed oak which is more environmentally friendly. Salvaged from old buildings like warehouses and barns, reclaimed oak is a recycled product that is denser than the oak flooring manufactured from newer trees. Engineered oak flooring is another choice. It is made of multiple layers, the top of which is made from real oak and the layers underneath are made of cheaper wood. Oak laminate flooring is not made from real wood but from fiberboard made to look like wood.
Oak Flooring CostsPrices vary widely depending on the type and quality of flooring selected by the consumer. The least expensive, but the lowest quality, is oak laminate while the most expensive flooring tends to be high quality engineered oak with multiple layers. Red oak and white oak usually cost about the same, although oak flooring that is prefinished at the factory is more expensive than unfinished flooring that the homeowner finishes after installation. Costs for reclaimed oak is typically close to that of red and white oak.
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