1. Engineered wood flooring have been designed to provide greater stability and particularly where moisture or heat pose problems for solid flooring. All woods have a natural property to react to temperature changes under some degree of hot, cold or humid conditions, making the wood expand or shrink. This type of floor will not react in such a way.
2. Easy to install using floating method that makes fitting quick and cost effective. The floor can be fitted in minutes on any number of sub-floors, including underfloor heating. Traditional fitting methods could also be used.
3. There will be no visible gaps once the floor is fitted due to the use of tongue and grooves profile with micro bevel finish.
4. Depending on the thickness of the top layer (1), the floor can be sanded and re-sanded on average between three to six applications. The process of sanding will greatly extend the usable life span of the floor.
EASY TO MAINTAIN
Engineered wood flooring are easy to clean. It only needs a regular vacuuming and, in this case a light, moist mopping on a regular basis.
The importance of visual impact will depend entirely on the look you’re trying to achieve. At the end of the day, if you want something that looks like real wood, Engineered wood is the way to go.