Engineered wood flooring, also called wood construction flooring, offers the perfect flooring option for a range of business, office or home settings. EUROTEX specialise in a range of engineered hardwood flooring products, making it simple for you find just the flooring you want. Many of our engineered flooring products also feature self-lock joints, which allows for easier flooring installation.
Engineered wood floors is based on the wide plank parquet's unique cross-glued three-layer structure. The inner core layers are are generally built up with either a hardwood and/or soft plywood type of material, which incorporates the tongue and groove system. The top thicker hardwood veneer wear layer is then glued and pressed on the top surface of the core. Engineered hardwood flooring is available in almost any wood species.
Wood is a hygroscopic material. It absorbs and loses moisture according to the air humidity and temperature. Thus wooden material expands when it absorbs moisture and shrinks when it loses moisture. For this reason parquets glue joints are under constant stress. EUROTEX glue joints meets the industrys highest standards for durability and is therefor suitable for demanding conditions. The engineered hardwood flooring are very straight and do not twist.
Purchasing engineered wood flooring helps conserve expensive prized wood. For every 1 sq foot of 3/4 inch thick solid wood flooring manufactured you can manufacturer approx 4 times that amount into engineered wood flooring. Engineered wood flooring is the best flooring to provide people with to conserve our forests.
Eurotex delivers it clients with a number of supreme designs of Engineered Wood Flooring. This category of flooring is made in a way, so it can resist and handle moisture, heat or any hard to hard activity on its surface.
This category of flooring can be used anywhere as its surface is hard and strong. And these very qualities also make it durable for long span of time.
Price of Engineered Wood Flooring is more or less equivalent to other wood floorings, but its quality of heavy-duty makes it less-expensive when compared with others.
The installation process of Engineered Wood Flooring is as easy as spreading jam in a slice of bread. You can fix it by nailing and gluing it according to the type of surface.