Engineered Timber Flooring
Engineered timber flooring consists of a solid timber top layer adhered to a pine core, with the pine backing forming the bulk of the thickness. Stability is achieved through the grains running perpendicular to each other, effectively minimizing the expansion and contraction of wood.
Our engineered timber flooring can be installed using either a floating system or by applying glue.
Why choose engineered timber flooring?
- Engineered timber flooring is less susceptible to warping, cupping, and shrinking compared to solid timber flooring and can be installed on top of floor heating systems.
- Engineered timber flooring can be more budget-friendly than solid timber flooring. Once installed, the underlaying base layer remains concealed beneath the surface, making it virtually indistinguishable from solid timber flooring.
- Engineered timber flooring can be sanded and refinished if necessary, extending its lifespan.
- It can be installed in a variety of settings, including areas with higher humidity levels like kitchens and basements, where solid wood flooring may not be suitable.