There are several ways to generally install an engineered hardwood floor. If your project is one that needs an easy and time saving approach, then the Kahrs engineered hardwood floors with the WoodLoc system would be a good fit.
WoodLoc from Kahrs flooring is a system that utilizes a glue free, click and lock install method. It is very straightforward, quick to lay down and simple because all you need do is lock the two ends of the engineered hardwood planks together. When installed the WoodLoc click and lock method helps guarantee that the flooring will go in level and stay that way with no gaps. Remember though that the installed floor is only as good as the sub-floor it is installed on so be sure to check for stability and level conditions before you install any flooring. In addition to the advantages in installation, Kahrs hardwood also has a 30 year guarantee for the Original Collection styles and can be sanded and refinished 2-3 times adding even more longevity to the flooring.
Kahrs is a top manufacturer of engineered hardwood flooring and started to manufacture flooring in 1914, even though the company is over 150 years old. Kahrs describes itself as an innovator and pace setter in flooring manufacturing practices. Having adhered to its own strict guidelines for quality and environmental standards and responsibility the company was “going green” decades before it was an industry wide practice. Kahrs prides itself on having a wide selection of both Floor Score and European Standards certified products.
American Carpet Wholesalers of Georgia carries several collections of Kahrs engineered hardwood flooring in its online flooring catalog. The collection we are showing in this article is the Kahrs Original which does feature the glue free WoodLoc installation system. The Kahrs Original collection hardwood flooring can be installed over radiant heat. Give the flooring experts at ACWG a call to ensure the correct style for you and to ensure your best pricing! Call 800-548-2706 and let them know you heard about Kahrs from floortalk.com.