Why Choose Engineered Hardwood Flooring?
ü Greater Stability and Versatility
The biggest difference between standard hardwood flooring and the “engineered” version of the product is that
engineered flooring has been designed for greater stability.
Engineered hardwood performs particularly well where there are possible moisture or heat problems. This means that
engineered hardwood is ideal for low-grade installations and situations where hardwood floors may be susceptible to damage.
ü Quality Flooring with Natural Characteristics
Engineered hardwood flooring has a core of wither hardwood, plywood or HDF. It also has a top layer of hardwood veneer
glued on the top surface of the core.
For this reason, engineered hardwood flooring maintains the natural characteristics of the wood used to create the
flooring with the added benefits of durability and versatility.
Engineered hardwood flooring is, as a result, the more costly investment. However, it offers many design and durability benefits.