Engineered Hardwood

Joint System: Tongue and Groove

Warranty: 25 Years Limited Residential

Radiant Heat Application: Approved

Installation Method: Nail down, Glue-down

Application: On Grade Above Grade Below Grade

Certificates: NOA (Quality Management System Certificate), FSC, EPH

Tests Done: EN-14342-EN 717 -1

Engineered hardwood flooring might sound like a new and novel term, but it is actually consisted of familiar concepts and materials. The core of the product is made up of solid hardwood, plywood or, HDF which is adhered to a top layer of hardwood veneer, which is available in virtually any hardwood species. This type of flooring accentuates the aesthetically appealing natural characteristic of the selected wood species, but also highlights impressive stability and durability against moisture, a common problem for solid hardwood floors.

 

Typically, there are three or more layers in engineered flooring and increased layers provide more resistance against moisture. This fact makes this type of flooring suitable but not limited to, below grade installations such as basements or kitchens, where moisture is most prevalent.

Oak Engineered

7 1/2" Oak Day Break

 

Overcast Engineered hardwood

6.25" Oak Overcast

 

 

Oak Engineered hardwood floor

6.25" Oak Mist

 

 

Oak Engineered hardwood floor

6.25" Oak Lqualuit

 

 

Maple Engineered hardwood floor

8-5/7" Maple Break

 

 

Oak Engineered hardwood floor

5" Oak Snow Flake

Oak Engineered hardwood floor

7" Oak Horizon

 

 

7" Oak Horizon

 

 

Maple Engineered hardwood floor

5" Maple French Roast

Maple Engineered hardwood floor

5" Maple Grey

 

 

Maple Engineered hardwood floor

5" Maple Falling Star