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The wood look is definitely in. Just consider all those other flooring materials trying to imitate it. While many do a good job, the real McCoy has a distinctive tone, grain and texture that can't be duplicated by other materials. But even real wood flooring now comes in veneer as well as solid forms. The wide range of products and much improved finishes mean wood floors can go just about anywhere in your house, including over a concrete slab. We'll show you what's available, tell you which products can go where and answer the most common questions about buying and installing a wood floor.

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