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Wednesday, 28 September 2016 13:06

Engineered wood floor fitting

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Below you'' find a quick general guide on how to propertly install engineered floors. We give some into on the characteristics and the advantages of using engineered wooden floors. Need to know more? Contact us and we will help you!


On features and installation of engineered floors

Engineered wooden floors are one of the most durabele and wearing-proof choices for both commercial and residential spaces. Engineered wooden panels and blocks are manufactured from layers of timber that are solid and can have even up to 4 milimetres of thickness. This allows you to sand these floors multiple times. This type of floors has all veneer and base layers feature an additional spruce layer that comes adjoined to them and placed tangentially. Owing to this feature the wooden floor does not move. The above effectively saves the amount of nails and the use of glue to connect the planks, which makes the installation process easier.

Advantages of engineered floors?

One of the most important advantages that engineered oak floors have is that they effectively reduce the contractions as well as expansions when the temperature changes like in summer and winter time. This is possible due to placing each ply in the opposing direction.

What is more, these turn very effective in keeping floors warm. Engineered wooden floors come in a variety of different designs so that each interior can be fashionably and professionally floored. Some of the design patterns as well as timber 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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