Installation process OF Engineered wood floors

Engineered wood floors have totally revolutionised the world of real woodflooring. They consist of cross ply layers glued one on top of each other, with a top layer of real wood. They look just like solid wood floors, but their creative construction makes them more stable, more durable and friendlier to your budget!

Sub-floor to be prepared first with an acoustic underlay that has an integrated moisture membrane. Click-lock profile requires hand assembly only, no glue or tools are required unless for cutting or shaping to a space.

Glue-Lock profile requires hand assembly, PVA glue and a damp cloth to wipe away excess. No tools are required unless for cutting or shaping to a space. Expansion gaps (10mm) required around all perimeter edges of an installed floor. These can be concealed with skirting-boards, wooden scotia (finishing trims/beading) or aluminum edging such as door bars and end channels.

Potential Benefits & Maintenance:
• Uniqueness of a genuine timber surface.
• Thick timber wearlayer can be re-sanded and re-coated for complete surface renewal.
• Cheaper to install than solid timber – rapid professional installations.
• No sanding or coating required during installation.