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Solid Wood Solid Hardwood is one piece of wood milled from lumber.

Engineered Hardwood is three to ten layers of wood called plies that are glued together in a cross-ply construction for added stability.
   Material
Staple Hardwood Flooring :Staple Hardwood Flooring is installed using staples. The flooring is affixed to the subfloor using staples. Staples are used when the flooring is thinner.

Float Hardwood Flooring :Float Hardwood Flooring is isntalled with a float or floating method. This method does not require glue, nails, or staples.

Glue Hardwood Flooring :Glue Hardwood Flooring is installed with glue or adhesive.

Nail Hardwood Flooring :Nail Hardwood Flooring is installed using nails. The flooring is affixed to the subfloor using nails. Staples are used when the flooring is thinner.

Click-Lock Hardwood Flooring:Click-Lock Hardwood Flooring is installed with a method called locking, click, or lock and fold, that connects flooring to each other without the need for glue on the edges or ends. The boards lock together via a tongue-and-groove system.
   Installation Type
Beveled Edges have a very distinctive, deep V-groove.

Microbeveled or Eased Edges have a less distinctive, more shallow V-groove between planks.

Kissed Edges are even subtler than Eased Edges, about 1/2 of the depth.

Distressed Edges have some slight irregularity often matching the look of distressed planks.

Square Edges create a smooth, uniform surface from plank to plank.
   Edge Type
   Width
2 in. 12 in.

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   Depth
5 in. 91 in.

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