If you ever get bored with your engineered hardwood floors, you can change the look and style with a simple flooring redo. Or, if your hardwood gets scratched or damaged, you can fix it quite painlessly. In both instances, all it will take is re-sanding and re-varnishing to redo the flooring or revive the wood with a new look.
Many decades ago, hardwood was only available to wealthier households, as it was an expensive commodity. Nowadays, with modern technological manufacturing methods, hardwood flooring is more affordable, in particular, engineered hardwood. So, if you're looking to renovate your home to increase its worth for an upcoming resale, then hardwood flooring is a financially smart, visually appealing investment.