Construction of Engineered Hardwood Flooring
Engineered Hardwood is made from multiple layers of timber that are stuck together and then finished with a layer of hardwood lamella. It looks like solid wood flooring, which gives an incredible realistic illusion of the real thing. Engineered hardwood brings the best comfort to your feet. There are three kinds of engineered hardwood with the different construction.
We all know that the HDF is core of laminate flooring, becasue it is cheaper than plywood products. Actually, HDF is also used in engineered hardwood flooring. It makes flooring look like solid wood products. However, HDF makes this type of engineered hardwood flooring extremely resilient to surface impacts.
Three ply engineered hardwood is made from two layers and is finished thirdly with a real hardwood top layer. Unlike the multi ply, it is made of two internal layers of both plywood and softwood. This makes this type of floor a cheaper option than the multi ply as less materials are used in its construction. This however doesn’t make it any less strong and is equally moisture resistant while still maintaining that look of a solid wood floor thanks to that top layer veneer.
The most common engineered hardwood flooring is made from multi play, which is tightly fused together laters of plywood that make up the main body of the board. Whether you prefer a smooth finish, a hand-scraped finish or even a heavily distressed floor, Urbanfloor has what you are looking for. Explore the different styles that enhances from the modern Italy inspired Villa Caprisi to handcrafted, distressed textures of the Mountain Country Collection. Multi ply engineered hardwood flooring is the best choice for you.