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Solid vs Engineered Hardwood for Overpour
I am building a new house for myself and I am wondering what everyone else prefers when doing a gypcrete over pour. I've installed both for customers... but now that its my own house just looking to see what everyone else prefers. Is it worth the hassle to put down sleepers for solid hardwood, or would a nice engineered hardwood be a better option. House is around 3200 sq ft, going to be mostly hardwood.