Is the hardness of a multi layer wood floor an important feature?

The hardness of wood used for the surface layer can be important, particularly if you're installing a floor in a high traffic area.

Wood species with a higher Brinell rating will stand up to wear and tear better than those with a low rating.

If you're unsure which species would be most suitable, seek expert advice from a wood flooring professional.





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Real Wood Quality Floors in Europe: Is the hardness of a multi layer wood floor an important feature?
Is the hardness of a multi layer wood floor an important feature?
Real Wood Quality Floors in Europe
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