Which Kind of Engineered Oak Flooring You Want to Choose
We have offered Engineered Oak Flooring in a thickness of 15mm and 20 20mm for some time. Do you know which kind of engineered oak flooring you want to choose? 15mm or 20mm engineered oak flooring?
From surface, there are no differences between 15mm and 20mm oak flooring, and only difference is the thickness. 20mm engineered oak flooring is made in 6mm solid wearing layer, and 15mm engineered oak flooring are made up of 4mm wearing layer.
Comparing with 20mm boards , the wearing layer of the solid flooring is thinner and the ply board base is thinner. Engineered oak flooring is designed to be laid in areas where solid oak flooring would not be suitable. This kind of flooring is dampproof, which is more suitable for kitchens, bathrooms...
The main advantages of 20mm engineered oak flooring is the thicker play board and wearing layer. These thicker boards can be laid in just about any situation in a range of different ways. On the other hand, the 15mm thick boars are perfect for areas where room height is limited, whilst still incorporation all of the advantages of an engineered oak floor. 15mm engineered oak flooring was limited to lay in areas because of the thick. These boards should be laid areas with a solid base; such as a concrete or a timber subfloor.