Engineered Wood Flooring

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Engineered wood floors bring everything that a real wood floor could along with other factors to improve quality and sustainability over time. They are built using layers of ply glued together, with a top layer of real wood. The finished product looks the exact same as a real wooden floor, but the extra durability makes them more stable and they require less maintenance. The locking systems are Tongue & Glue and so need to be glued together. The look and feel of an actual real wood floor makes them a popular choice for any customer desiring the genuine finish.

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Engineered wood flooring is crafted from multiple layers of material, including hardwood, oak, and base layers, often made from softwood or multi-layered plywood.

This is designed to mimic the look of real wood for less. The grain of each layer runs perpendicularly to the adjacent one, creating a durable surface. This design prevents the wood from swelling or shrinking.

Engineered wood floors are highly durable, making them ideal for frequently used rooms. 

Its hard wear layer prevents wear and tear and temperature resistance stops it from warping in humid environments. With a simple click-and-lock installation, engineered flooring is the perfect option for a quick project or DIY job.

Engineered flooring typically lasts between 10-20 years when it’s properly maintained. 

However, its lifespan can vary depending on the quality of the material, the thickness of the top layer, and how well you care for the floor.

To keep your engineered wood floors in great condition, regularly sweep and vacuum the floor to remove dirt and grime.

Use a mild detergent when mopping the floor to prevent damage to the surface. You could also place felt pads under the legs of your furniture to prevent dents and scratches.