Engineered oak flooring is composed of many different timber sources, all of which have been pressed and laminated together to produce... Read more »
Engineered oak flooring is composed of many different timber sources, all of which have been pressed and laminated together to produce full size planks.
Oak flooring was developed to offer the sophisticated style of traditional hardwood available to homes with existing subfloors for a more economical price.
Now popular for its affordability and simple installation, pre-engineered oak flooring’s installation options include gluing, stapling, or floating; although the reliability of each installation method is similar, the appearance of each may differ slightly.
While engineered oak flooring can be refinished throughout the course of its life, the board thickness is suggested to be at least 2-3 mm thick to prevent harming the integrity of the wood when refinishing.
For more information about the different colour tones or grain patterns offered, or to find out if engineered oak flooring is right for your home, contact our team of flooring specialists today.