Engineered Hardwood Flooring Explained

/Engineered Hardwood Flooring Explained
Engineered Hardwood Flooring Explained2018-05-24T15:21:31+00:00

As opposed to a traditional solid timber floor, our engineered hardwood flooring utilises cutting-edge technology to create a great looking, multi-layered, low maintenance floor that will last a lifetime.

The top layer of a Woodline Parquetry floor is made from a species of your choice with a huge selection of colours and finishes to choose from. Our Collections include carefully selected, legally harvested wood from Western Europe, Australia, South East Asia and Brazil. Once sourced, this wood is hand graded for quality, tone, pattern and form. The next step in the process is surface treatment with a tough protective anti-scratch coating to ensure optimum durability.

In the centre of our floor is Woodline Parquetry’s scientifically developed Hevea Core which is constructed from a tree known for its strength, Hevea Brasiliensis. Our core technology uses multiple staves of Hevea in a scientifically formulated pattern to create a highly stable core that is less likely to expand, contract or move when exposed to moisture, humidity and temperature. This is the key to ensuring our engineered wood flooring out performs all other construction formats, lasts a lifetime and makes a great option for every room in the house.

The final foundation layer acts as a balancing agent and contributes to the durability and stability of the floor. We source the medium density hardwood needed for the base from renewable plantations in Indonesia.

Accuracy of colour and wood characteristics: whilst we have made every effort to ensure the colours and wood characteristics displayed on our website are as accurate as possible these images may vary from the actual product.