Engineered Wooden Flooring
Engineered wood flooring is an expensive but extremely durable choice because its usual thickness of three-quarters of an inch allows for multiple refinishing. The best engineered wood floors are built having 14mm multi-ply layers that are cross layered, glued and pressed together. The inner core layers are generally built up with either a hardwood and/or soft plywood type of material, which incorporates the tongue and groove system. There is end layer of rubber sheet for the reduction of noise.
Engineered Wooden Flooring’s are available in the thickness of 22 mm in which 6 mm is of Top Layer, 14 mm of multiple layer and 2 mm of rubber sheet for the deduction of noise.
Engineered wood floors include more resistance to higher moisture levels than solid wood flooring, which adds to their appeal to use in damp basements or in regions of the country that have higher relative humidity levels.
Engineered hardwood floors can be installed in areas where there is slightly higher relative humidity levels
Engineered wood flooring being more stable is a great choice to use in summer homes where the heat is turned lower when no one is there.
Engineered floors are very easy and fast to install.