Engineered Flooring

What Is Engineered Hardwood Flooring?
Engineered Wooden Flooring is extremely popular, because they are more stable and versatile. 
The thickness is about 14/13.50 mm. Top layer is a specie of wood, 3mm and 2mm. Bottom is
 wooden, spruce or pine or plywood (12mm or 11 mm). It is also very durable.

Style of Engineered Hardwood


 1-Strip wood flooring, as the name suggests is wood flooring that comes in
 the style of one strip of wood. In other words, it has one, single strip
 of solid wood that goes from one side to the other. On each floorboard
 you have no joins mid-board, all you have is the edges of the board.


3- Strip wood flooring, on the other hand is floorboards that 
are made to look as if they have three floorboards in one. They
 may be as wide as 45 or 60 cm, or even wider and will have a
 solid wood top layer, but that solid wood will either have been
 made to look as if it three separate pieces of hardwood or it may 
indeed be 3 separate pieces.


A herringbone wood floor is created with rectangular pieces of
 wood arranged to form a zig-zag effect. The solid wooden planks
 push against each other to create the herringbone pattern. This 
means the planks have less tendency to move or expand.


Chevron is an inverted V-shaped pattern. The first use of this can
 be traced back to old pottery design in Knossos, Crete which dates
 back to the Bronze Age. This was also first seen as flooring in the
 16th century in Europe. With its aligned pattern, the Chevron floor
 looks like a long line of straight arrows

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