Engineered wood flooring is a perfect combination of engineering brilliance and nature’s beauty. They are engineered by putting together three layers each of real hardwood, a balancing layer, and stabilizing core, which together provide unmatched stability and solidity. Each plank is specially designed to provide high-quality and long-lasting flooring for all spaces. It is a popular flooring choice among architects and designers. Engineered with latest technology and some of the finest wood species from around the world, engineered wood flooring is available in a wide range of inspiring designs that offer unmatched brilliance and beauty to spaces. Continuing on the topic, in this post, we answer four commonly asked questions about engineered wood flooring. Read on!
1. How can I Install Engineered Wood Flooring?
Engineered wood flooring from Mikasa Floors features revolutionary PlankLoc technology, which easily locks wood flooring planks together without leaving any gaps. The installation process does not require any gluing or nailing and is quicker when compared to other flooring types. It also allows for easy replacement of any damaged planks. If you are planning to install your engineered wood flooring over radiant heat, make sure that the system is not working for 24 hours prior to the installation. Our team of experts is always there to guide you through the installation process.
2. Where can I Install Engineered Wood Flooring?
Engineered wood flooring has resistance to humidity and moisture which makes it suitable for places that are more prone to water and moisture such as bathrooms. Engineered wood flooring can also work wonders in living rooms, kitchens, dining rooms, conservatories, basements, hallways, and stairs. For commercial property, you can also opt for engineered wood flooring for a durable, hard-wearing yet stylish elegance at a fraction of the price.
3. What are Different Types of Engineered Wood?
Engineered wood flooring is available in different types of tree species such as walnut, oak, and acacia. Oak is one of the most popular species used to make engineered wood flooring as it offers an elegant and traditional look to your spaces. Another type of engineered wood flooring is walnut flooring which offers a sleek and rich color and provides a seamless look to spaces. Acacia engineered wood floors are available in a variety of contrasting designs that render deep and rich textures to the flooring.
4. How Do I Choose the Right Size of Engineered Wood Flooring?
Before taking your pick of engineered wood flooring, you must consider the thickness, width, and wear layer of the flooring. All these factors, coupled with the application environment, will determine the floor’s longevity. Simply put, floors with a 6mm wear layer can be refinished and sanded a maximum of seven times, and work best for people with pets and have floors that are more prone to pesky scratch marks. Mikasa engineered wood flooring planks are available in a range of sizes including 10mm, 13mm, and 15mm.
Engineered wood flooring is an excellent and elegant choice for residential and commercial applications. It is durable, tough, resistant to moisture, and is more compatible with underfloor heating. Engineered wood creates a wow factor that compliments your interior design and introduces a classy touch to spaces. When planning to install engineered wood flooring, look no further than Mikasa. Our engineered wood flooring comes with a 30-year warranty, ensuring that you get value for your investment. For more information about wood floor installation, maintenance, or to place an order, call 1800-833-0004 or email email@example.com.