European Oak Collection from Our Engineered Hardwood Floors
When it comes to home upgrades, new floors are one of the most crucial parts of the process, as it covers the entirety of your home. There are a plethora of flooring options on the market, and the best engineered hardwood floors is a top choice when in regards to appearance and investment value.
Engineered hardwood floors is made of real hardwood on top of an engineered multi-layer core. It has an authentic wood veneer with a protective wear layer, and a core made of layers of plywood that are meant to stabilize the wood. Let's take a quick look at the reasons why we consider engineered hardwood floors better than any other.
Engineered hardwood flooring preserves the authenticity of solid hardwood floors, without the worry of expansion and contraction with changes in its environment. Its dimensions, wood grade, and tongue and groove locking system give it great value and the ability for an efficient installation.
With the best engineered hardwood floors on the market, you have access to the same variety of wood species on the wear layer as you would with solid hardwood flooring. Because of expertly engineered multi-ply cores to hold the dimensional stability of the wood veneer, these species can be created into wider, longer planks. Pre-finished engineered hardwood floors also come in a variety of finishes and stains, and you’re sure to find one best suited for your home and lifestyle.
Heat and Moisture Resistance
This is one of the most significant reasons many homeowners prefer installing engineered wood floors. Engineered hardwood floors have a cross-ply plywood core that gives it tremendous stability and the strength to resist expansion and contraction due to changes in temperature and humidity. Therefore, engineered hardwood is much more flexible in terms of installation environment (it can be installed in kitchens and powder rooms).
The thicker the layer of the hardwood veneer of the engineered hardwood floors, the more times the flooring can be re-sanded and re-finished. Not only would you be choosing a great option for your own generation, but allowing generations to come to re-purpose the hardwood that you already have in your home. Engineered hardwood floors undoubtedly add value to your home and is a great selling point.
Now, let’s get to the fun part and explore some of our top European Oak engineered hardwood flooring options on the market.
Saltair - European Oak 5/8" x 9 1/2"
Saltair is a European Oak engineered hardwood measuring 5/8" x 9 1/2", with traditional oak graining and distinguishing knots, in mellow California classic tones.
This outstanding European Oak is crafted by the industry's masters to effortlessly depict the beauty and authenticity of European Oak graining.
These floors have an advanced protective coating applied to them that makes upkeep easy while enhancing the beauty and richness of the wood's inherent grain. Its multi-layer core gives it ultimately strength and stability. In addition, these floors come with a 4mm veneer thickness, thicker than most on the market, and a UV prevention layer for additional wear protection.
Tigertail - European Oak 5/8" x 9 1/2"
Tigertail is a 5/8" x 9 1/2" European Oak, a darker toned European Oak engineered hardwood with rich tones and a rustic appearance, with its distinctive knots and stunning oak graining.
This engineered hardwood flooring option has a matte finish and a wire-brushed texture to further highlight the natural wood grain.
This flooring option comes in planks up to 87 inches long and a classic tongue and groove technology for effective installation with glue or nails. Similar to Saltair European Oak, Tigertail is also coated with a UV protection layer to prevent wear and tear.
These installation-ready engineered hardwood flooring planks are suitable for all types of homes.
Beaumont - European Oak 1/2" x 7 1/2"
Beaumont is a 1/2" x 7 1/2" engineered European Oak hardwood with striking oak graining and distinguishing knots in classy, medium brown tones.
This floor's design features an unmistakable European Oak look.These engineered hardwood flooring planks come with a 2mm veneer thickness and a UV lacquered surface finish for wear prevention.
Beaumont features easy maintenance, a multi-layer core for maximum stability, and multi-grade installation capability. You can get this flooring option in up to 75-inch-long planks. In addition, the Beaumont engineered European Oak offered by us comes with a 15-year light commercial guarantee and a lifetime domestic warranty.
Carmen - European Oak 1/2" x 7 1/2"
Carmen is a timeless golden-brown engineered European Oak hardwood that measures 1/2" x 7 1/2" and features dramatic oak graining and distinctive knots. These flooring planks are designed with a multi-layer core giving them unmatched strength and stability.
This easy-to-clean and maintain engineered hardwood flooring offers maximum stability and wear protection.
You can get this flooring in up to 75-inch-long planks. Due to its durability and lifetime guarantee, Carmen, European Oak is an ideal option for a variety of places, including homes with high foot traffic. This flooring comes with a 2mm natural wood wear layer that can be re-sanded and re-finished up to 3 times throughout its lifespan.
We absolutely love these European Oak hardwood floors for both residential and commercial application. Each style was designed to not only complement your interior’s style, but also provide you and your family peace of mind for years to come Visit our website to explore the entire collection today and order free samples to view in the comfort of your own home. Reach out to us at email@example.com or 1-888-207-2704 to find the best engineered hardwood floors for your home today.
Frequently Ask Question For Brazilian Walnut Floors
1. What is Engineered European Oak?
Ans- Engineered European Oak is a type of flooring that is made up of several layers of wood. The top layer is typically made of solid European Oak, while the lower layers are made of other materials, such as plywood or high-density fiberboard (HDF). This type of flooring offers several advantages over solid hardwood, including increased stability and resistance to moisture and temperature changes.
2. Is European Oak good for Flooring?
Ans- Yes, European Oak is a popular choice for flooring due to its durability and natural beauty. Its tight grain structure and unique color variations make it an attractive option for both traditional and modern interior design styles. European Oak is also known for its hardness, making it a good choice for high-traffic areas.
3. Which Engineered Hardwood Floor is Best?
Ans- The best engineered hardwood floor is subjective and depends on individual needs and preferences. Some factors to consider when choosing the best engineered hardwood floor include the thickness of the top layer, the quality of the construction, the type of finish, and the warranty offered by the manufacturer. It is also important to consider the level of stability, durability, and resistance to moisture and temperature changes. Researching different options and talking to flooring professional can help you determine which engineered hardwood floor is best for your home.