Service-Engineered Wood


Engineered wood has the natural timber properties of insulating heat and electricity, regulating temperature and humidity, feeling softly. Besides, it is featured as follows:

  • Clear grains and vivid colors; Various kinds of colors and specifications can be tailored according to clients’ needs
  • High percentage of usage and has no defects such as holes, knots and discoloration as natural wood
  • Superior physical and mechanical characteristics, is not easily warp and curve and split. It is easy to process and apply in wood working product Woodworm-proof, mould-proof and water-proof, better than natural wood
  • Most of the Engineered wood is made from plantation forest, fast-growing wood, more lasting and environment friendly

Engineered Wood

 

Available offers base on the following specifications as shown below:

Length   :   From 1850mm to 3100mm

Width     :   From 50mm to 870mm

 

Sliced Veneer

Laminated Veneer

Sawed Lumber

Thickness:

0.1mm to 2.0mm

2.0mm to 6.0mm

50mm to 640mm

 

Standard Specifications:-

Length  :   2500mm

Width    :   640mm

 

 

Veneer

Lumber

Thickness:

0.15/0.25/0.5/0.6 mm

50/100 mm

 

Special specifications are available at customers’ request base on the following:-

  • Colors ;
  • Grains ;
  • Patterns

 

Solid vs Engineered Hardwood Flooring Differences

 

Solid Hardwood Flooring

Solid wood is milled from a single 3/4″ thick piece of hardwood. Solid wood flooring expands and contracts with changes in your home’s relative humidity. Normally, installers compensate for this movement by leaving an expansion gap between the floor and the wall. Base molding or quarter round is traditionally used to hide the extra space.

 

Engineered Hardwood Flooring

Engineered wood is produced with three to five layers of hardwood. Each layer is stacked in a cross-grain configuration and bonded together under heat and pressure. As a result, engineered wood flooring is less likely to be affected by changes in humidity and can be installed at all levels of the home.

 

Solid VS Engineered HardWood Flooring