Engineered Wood FAQ's

Can engineered wood flooring be used with underfloor heating?
Yes, engineered wood flooring from is compatible with water-based underfloor heating systems. The construction of engineered wood allows it to expand and contract with heat without warping, making it ideal for use with these heating...
How do I maintain my engineered wood flooring?
Maintaining engineered wood flooring involves regular sweeping or vacuuming to remove dirt and grit. For deeper cleaning, use a damp mop with a pH-neutral cleaner designed for engineered wood. Avoid using excessive water and harsh chemicals to preserve...
How long does engineered wood flooring last?
With proper care and maintenance, engineered wood flooring can last anywhere from 20 to 100 years. The lifespan largely depends on the thickness of the top layer, which determines how many times the floor can be sanded and refinished over the years.
Is engineered wood flooring environmentally friendly?
Engineered wood is considered more sustainable than solid hardwood because it uses less slow-growing, valuable hardwood. It often incorporates recycled wood fibres and sawdust in its core layers, making it a more eco-friendly choice for flooring.
What is engineered wood flooring?
Engineered wood flooring consists of a solid wood top layer (varying in thickness from 2-6mm) laid on a plywood base layer, which is itself pressed and dried for two days. This solid wood top layer can be sanded up to 6 times, depending on the thickness...
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