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Floor fitting with engineered wood

Here we offer you a practical guide for floor fitting with engineered wood. You’ll also find out about different characteristics as well as advantages of using this sort of floors. For any further information and technical support please, contact us and we will offer you our help.

Engineered floor – its installation and characteristics

If you wish to have a durable flooring the engineered planks or panels will be the best choice. They are made of timber layers which are solid and can have up to 4 milimetres of thickness.

Due to this solution you can even sand such floors multiple times – even up to 5 times. All the base and veneer layers of engineered oak floors have an adjoined layer of spruce. The spruce core is placed tangentially. As a result you get no movement of the wood whatsoever.

If you decide to install the engineered floor you save the nailing as well as glueing the planks. Consequently, there is less time needed to maintain such floors. The installation process is also made easier.


Engineered floors – why to use them?

One of the main advantages of engineered oak floors is that they maximally reduce the contractions and expansions as the temperature changes (e.g. in summer and winter). This is achieved by placing each ply in the opposing direction.

Apart from that these floors keep warmth really good and offer lots of different design types for each interior to make it look fashionably and professionally. Choose freely from lots of different design patterns and wood types – rustic oak, red oak, European oak and many more.

Contact us for more info on the engineered floors, their types, characteristics and also if you’d like to have a professional and reliable service including fitting, installation, repairs, or renovation of engineered wood flooring. Our wooden floor contractors from Bristol can offer you the best service you can get.

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