Engineered Wood Parquet

Engineered wood floor is a versatile alternative to solid wood. Unlike solid hardwood, which is one piece of wood milled from a tree, engineered wood flooring is actually made of several wood plies (layers) that are fused together under heat and pressure.

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Description

Engineered wood flooring has other benefits beyond dimensional stability and universal use. Also available with a patented installation system which allows for not only faster installation but also easy replacement of floor boards. Engineered wood floor also allows for a floating installation where the planks are not adhered to the subfloor or to each other, further increasing ease of repair and reducing installation time in projects. It is also suitable for underfloor and radiant heating systems.
Engineered wood floors are low on emissions and allergens and ensure pleasant indoor conditions. Furthermore, thanks to its top wood layer, it has a regulating effect on the indoor climate, a long life cycle and can be renovated numerous times and easily cleaned, making it perfectly suitable for almost any application.
COMPOSITION
Engineered wood flooring is constructed from multiple plies of wood with a solid wood top layer. The intermediate layer comprises cross layers of plywood or wood that is pressed to create a strong, stable core. At the bottom is a hardwood backing. Engineered flooring is offered in a variety of thickness levels so it can be used in a wide-range of applications without odd transitions between different flooring materials.

Characteristics

COMPOSITION

Engineered wood flooring is constructed from multiple plies of wood with a solid wood top layer. The intermediate layer comprises cross layers of plywood or wood that is pressed to create a strong, stable core. At the bottom is a hardwood backing. Engineered flooring is offered in a variety of thickness levels so it can be used in a wide-range of applications without odd transitions between different flooring materials.

 

FORMATS

  • Plank
  • Chevron
  • Herringbone

 

ENGINEERED VS. SOLID HARDWOOD FLOORING

  • Made of 100% wood
  • Easy to install
  • Less expensive than solid wood
  • High durability
Technical Information
Thickness (mm) 10 Types of Wood Oak
  13   Walnut
  14   Eucalyptus
  15   Maple
  18   Iroko
  20   Doussie
    Sapelly
Width (mm) 120   Teak
  148   Wenge
  190   Larch
  220  
  240-260 Special Finishes Irregular sawn cut
  300   Smoked
  360   Elephant skin
  600   Brushed
    Hand scraped
Standard Finishes Natural oil finish   White UV oil
  Lacquered   Distressed
  Unfinished   Aged
    White or Black washed
 Format Plank   Black filled wood  cracks
  Chevron   Open wood cracks
  Herringbone   Wooden butterfly plugs
    Wooden plugs
    Knots up