Wall cladding is a great way to protect a building from adverse weather elements, as well as other types of irritants that could have a negative effect on the building. It is the process of layering one material on top of another material, which will create a skin layer over the walls.
We have different types of wall cladding that is suitable for you. For example, hardwood, laminated or vinyl.
Hardwood flooring is made from one single piece of hardwood cut from a tree of your choice. Most commonly, you’ll find floors made from oak, cherry, or walnut, but there are several additional solid wood options to choose from.
Generally, planks are three-quarters of an inch thick, but width can vary. The standard width is between three and five inches, and most retailers will call this a “medium” or “standard” plank. Another popular style is wide planks which measure in at between five and ten inches. Most importantly, this will look beautiful in living spaces throughout the home.
2. Engineered Wood
Engineered hardwood is a more affordable alternative to solid hardwood. Made by combining a top layer of genuine hardwood with multiple layers of ply plank that run in different directions beneath. However, they look like solid hardwood but have better resistance to moisture.
Engineered hardwood is a good choice in areas of your home where you might be concerned about true hardwood warping due to high humidity levels, like in a damp basement. Additionally, as engineered hardwood floors use less expensive solid wood, they are typically a more cost-effective option.
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