Engineered wood flooring, as the name suggests is a man-made product, created using natural components. With a base of plywood or sometimes MDF (multi-density fibreboard), engineered wood flooring is topped by a solid oak lamella or top layer, giving it the look and feel of solid wood.
Unlike solid wood flooring, engineered wood flooring doesn’t have the same tendency to expand and contract, which means gaps are less likely to appear and disappear with seasonal and, or atmospheric changes. Because of its resistance to moisture, engineered wood flooring is particularly suited to rooms in the home which might be of higher moisture content. When it comes to fitting, engineered wood flooring can be installed using a variety of methods and also has the benefit of being suitable for installation over under floor heating.
Lacquered finish engineered wood flooring is a pre-varnished flooring solution which typically gives a smooth, slightly shiny finish to your floor (although matt lacquered options are available). Ideally suited to anyone seeing a robust flooring solution which is particularly resistant to stains and damage, lacquered finish engineered wood flooring, once installed, requires no further treatment unless it becomes particularly damaged through wear and tear. In cases of extreme damage, lacquered finish engineered wood flooring can be sanded and re-finished.
Available in a range of colours, lacquered finish engineered wood flooring is perfect for interiors where a low maintenance option is required.
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