Engineered Wood Flooring
Supplying wood flooring to So Cal since the 90s!
What is Engineered Wood Flooring?
In order to understand what Engineered Wood Flooring is one has to be familiar with its predecessor; Solid Wood Flooring. Solid wood floors are exactly as their name implies, meaning they are made of a solid piece of wood from the top of the plank to its bottom. Engineered wood flooring is real wood flooring as well, however instead of a solid piece of wood from top to bottom its made of several layers of high quality wood veneer and engineered wood composite products that are bonded together using high pressure, heat, and adhesive.
100% Real Wood Top Layer
Engineered wood flooring planks are usually constructed in a few layers. The top layer is made with 100% real high quality sliced cut veneer, which may come in a wide variety of species and textures that can be finished to produce exclusive styles and designs.
Core & Bottom Layers
The Core And Bottom Layers are generally crafted by crisscrossing layers of plywood with soft or hardwood composite products laid with the grain of each layer running perpendicular to the one below it. Bonded by extreme pressure, heat and adhesive, this construction method creates a highly stable core that can often be more dimensional stable then solid wood floors and is less likely to expand, contract or shift when moisture, humidity and temperature fluctuation occurs, Allowing this type of hardwood floor the ability to be installed in more areas of the home like above, on and below grade.
T & G (Tongue and Groove)
Our Engineered Floors are milled with a tongue and groove system for easy installation.