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Wood Flooring Essex
Unlike standard hardwood that comes straight out of a tree and into your home engineered wood flooring is a more advanced product that consists of many layers.
The outer is a hardwood veneer, a thin slice of wood of whatever species you want. The inner layers are manufactured from plywood, high density fibreboard, or hardwood.
An engineered wood floor is designed to cut back the moisture problems related to standard hardwood. Its layers block moisture and supply added stability to your floor. Engineered flooring won’t swell or warp, making it very low maintenance.
The price of engineered wood is another selling point. As well as to reducing maintenance prices, it is less expensive from the beginning.
This becomes even truer as the kind of wood gets more exotic. Rare hardwood is incredibly expensive. Since engineered wood flooring needs only a thin slice of the desired wood, the price decreases dramatically.
Choosing engineered flooring is considered more environmentally friendly than traditional hardwood for a number of reasons. Veneer is sliced instead of cut with a saw.
This method produces no sawdust, which means that all of the tree’s wood is used. The wood created making hardwood boards is wasted wood (and adds up to a big amount).
Engineered flooring is definitively easier to install, in fact, some handy homeowners are even enticed into installing their own engineered floors. It’s still a big project with huge financial implications, however, so don’t over-reach on your home improvement skills.
With an exotic or maybe highly-coveted hardwood, like maple, engineered flooring is probably going to be cheaper overall. For additional common hardwoods, solid wood flooring is also cheaper overall, though it’ll still take longer to put in.
Visit our website to get a call back and more advice on a types of wooden flooring.