Engineered planks are manufactured uniquely. Comprised of several plywood layers bonded together, these many layers are affixed to a superficial layer of genuine solid wood. This specific composition creates very strong planks that can withstand heavy traffic.
Much like solid planks, engineered floors can be re-sanded and refinished. However, this does indeed depend on the thickness of the top layer. Nonetheless, this means you will have a long lifespan with this installation. Redoing your planks not only allows you to fix mild damage or staining but also update them if they're looking a bit dull.
As does genuine solid wood, engineered planks come in a vast range of species, grades, and finishes. Colors and graining, as well, are widely available. All this means you can find the perfect installation to suit your lifestyle, but also your preferences. Of course, with such a wide selection of choices, this also means you can find many options within your specific price point. No matter what look, color or size you want to find, you’ll easily have a range of choices for the picking.