What you need to know about engineered flooring

 

If you are considering laying wood flooring in your home, you will probably know that there are a number of different types of wood flooring that you can choose from.

Some of the most popular options include hardwood flooring, laminate flooring, reclaimed wood flooring and engineered flooring.

In this article, we will talk about the latter and fill you in on all you need to know about engineered flooring.

Construction

Engineered flooring is constructed differently from other types of wood flooring and it’s in its construction that its main advantages arise.

Engineered flooring Sydney is made from compressing several layers of fibreboard laid on top of a bottom layer of hardwood. The flooring is then topped with a layer of veneer of real wood.

Colours and styles

Engineered flooring is available in a wide range of colours and styles due to the fact that it is topped with a veneer layer of real wood.

This means that you can choose from any of the popular wood flooring finishes such as beech, oak, walnut or cherry and many, many more.

Advantages

Some of the advantages of engineered flooring include –

  • Can be easily sanded due to the fact that its top layer is real wood

  • It’s less expensive than its hardwood flooring counterparts

  • Can be installed in any room in your house

  • It’s durable and easy to maintain

Engineered flooring is a great choice for your home, especially if you are looking for wooden flooring that ticks all the boxes in terms of durability, style and cost.

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