Schon manufacturers engineered hardwood floors that are sold through Lumber Liquidators online and in stores. One of the benefits of owning an engineered wood floor is that it can withstand humidity and temperature changes because of the multi-layer construction. As a result, the planks do not expand or contract as much as solid hardwood.
Engineered wood floors are known for their versatility in both application and installation. Glue, nails, or floating techniques can be used to install them on, above, or even below grade. However, they are virtually identical to solid hardwood in appearance and visual functionality.
The Schon line of engineered wood flooring is produced using several layers of bonded wood. Based on the description that is provided on the Lumber Liquidators website, Schon hardwood floors work in all rooms, regardless of moisture content or concerns. If a customer would like to have a wood floor in a kitchen, bathroom, or basement, Schon offers protection and stability.
Plus, Schon engineered floors are built for installation over concrete subfloors and radiant heat areas for an extra convenience. Widths and lengths vary depending on the product, and there are approximately ten types of wood to choose from, including American Cherry, Maple, Red Oak, Gunstock, and Teak. Focused on making it easier to install a wood floor, the Schon Quick Clic line is snapped together and floated, which is simpler and faster for homeowners.
Lumber Liquidators recommends using area rugs to preserve the durability of Schon engineered hardwood. Steam cleaners and wet mops are not advised and customers should clean their floors by regularly sweeping or vacuuming to remove dust and dirt. Cleaning products that are specifically intended for wood flooring will help to maintain the finish.
Schon Engineered Hardwood floors have a 30-Year Warranty.