Engineered hardwood floors have a layered structure: wood top and backing with a strong, stable core made from cross layers of pressed plywood.
This structure makes engineered wood flooring a great choice for basements, over concrete subfloors and over radiant heating systems.
Depending on top layer thickness, some engineered floors can be sanded and refinished.
Strength & Durability
Engineered construction is built over a stable core of real wood veneers that is less likely to expand or contract with temperature or humidity changes. Engineered floors can also be refinished multiple times over it's lifetime.
Engineered hardwood floors can come in a variety of wood species and finishes, more that with traditional hardwood, to match any decor.
Flooring is not just for floors anymore. Engineered hardwood floorings versatility in style and installation makes it easy to apply to accent walls, wainscoting, bar or counter fronts or even backsplashes.