Engineered timber flooring is available in a variety of realistic grain and colours.
Engineered wood is an amalgamation of wood products configured in a variety of ways. There are variations of engineered wood on the market which include particle board, medium density fibreboard and plywood.
What is engineered wood
The general term of engineered wood flooring represents the economical alternative to conventional hardwood and bamboo floors. Engineered timber flooring, as opposed to real hardwood floors, is made from layers of different types of hybrid wood materials and left-over wood products, which are fused together to form floor boards which can be joined together in the same way hardwood floors would be. Engineered timber is real wood, but dissimilar to hardwood, the engineered floor panels comprise of different wood types through the entire thickness.
Grains and colour options
Engineered timber flooring is available in a variety of realistic grain and colour options, and the panel can be measured to any desired length. Similar to the pre-finished floors, engineered timber is pre-manufactured and processed in a factory, which means the installation is easy and there are no smells or messy tools and equipment invading your home. Once the boards are ready for installation, we allow the client to view the finished product and give final approval before any fitting takes place. The veneer, which is a solid piece of wood slightly thinner than other timber floors, is then added.