Your flooring is the foundation of your home, and hardwood flooring is a worthwhile investment that can increase the value and beauty of your space. If you’re considering installing engineered hardwood flooring, consider these eight reasons why engineered flooring is the ideal choice to complement your home:
A Range Of Options
Engineered hardwood flooring is produced by using a core of hardwood, plywood, or high-density fiber. Then a top layer is created by gluing hardwood veneer to the top surface. Since engineered wood flooring comes in almost any hardwood species, consumers have a wide range of wood options to consider.
A Variety Of Wood Species & Finishes
The top layer will be your desired wood. For the best results, when you choose engineered flooring with a top layer between two and six millimeters in thickness, you want a high-quality engineered hardwood flooring with a thicker top layer that allows you to refinish the wood. Our engineered flooring can be stained and finished in whatever style you prefer. Matte hardwood floors and rustic flooring that highlights the wood’s natural knots are both popular options.
Our engineered wood flooring uses older-growth, precious hardwood for the surface layer, and use a newer-growth wood for the support layer to ensure structural stability. Using the valuable wood for only the top layer means engineered wood covers five times the surface area of solid wood.
Engineered wood flooring offers optimal structural stability, and resistance to moisture and climate change. European Flooring’s collections are carefully engineered and produced for the North American climate, making them among the most dimensionally and structurally stable wood floors on the market.
Resistant To Shrinking & Expanding
Engineered hardwood flooring doesn’t shrink or expand much as solid hardwood, which makes it resistant to warping and cupping. For that reason, it’s considered very strong and stable. Their ability to remain stable and flexible allows them to be installed on top of concrete/radiant floor heating.
Engineered flooring allows for an easier and faster installation process, since fewer planks are required to floor the area.
Our engineered wood flooring allows you to take advantage of the latest flooring trends, such as wide plank flooring. The ability to get wider planks also means fewer joints across your floor.
A Variety Of Patterns
Engineered wood works perfectly for more distinctive custom styles and patterns, like Versailles, chevron, or herringbone floor patterns.
Looking for Hardwood flooring in Oakville, Toronto, Burlington, & Mississauga? Visit European Flooring
European Flooring offers hardwood flooring in Oakville, Toronto, and the surrounding GTA. Visit our designer showroom in Toronto to explore our large hardwood flooring range, including matte hardwood floors, wide plank flooring, and a white oak flooring in a variety of different stains, finishes, and colours. Contact us today to book a consultation and speak with one of our flooring experts.