Benefits of Engineered Timber
Our engineered timber range combines the best of aesthetics and fortification. With its hardwood veneer, engineered timber boasts a natural, solid wood exterior that your feet will love. Once laid engineered hardwood looks and feels identical to solid hardwood. Engineered hardwood comprises a multi-layer core to resist moisture and expansion that traditional solid wood is notorious for. It is solid hardwood flooring, made better.
With a specially constructed, multi-layer plywood core, engineered hardwood flooring makes effective use of renewable fast-growing forest species.
With its multi-layer core constructed in such a way that each layer has its grain perpendicular to the layer below, harmful moisture cannot find its way in. This design also prevents wood’s natural tendency to expand and contract with humidity and temperature, maintaining the durability of the boards.
With its core construction, our engineered hardwood is suited to even the most humid of Australian climates.
Engineered hardwood is highly sought-after for its prestige and durability while being more affordable than solid hardwood.
Style & Variety
We stock a variety of popular wood species with our engineered hardwood, as well as some rarer species that are bound to awe.
With its solid hardwood veneer, engineered hardwood is pleasantly cool in summer and does not become cold in winter. Additionally, its natural grooves and subtle bumps make walking on engineered boards a pleasure.
Easy to Maintain
Like any quality wood product, engineered hardwood boards are very simple and easy to clean. However, you should never use water to mop it directly. Timber cleaner will be the best choice to mop the floor.
Engineered hardwood can be sanded 1-2 times to eliminate scratches and blemishes on the surface.
*WARNING: Please note that the photo and sample boards represent species NOT colour. The photo/panel you are viewing now may appear different from the flooring in the pack due to natural product colour variation.
* Photo below – Illustrations from AUSTRALIAN TIMBER FLOORING ASSOCIATION CONSUMER (ATFA) GUIDEversion 2 – September 2010