White oak hardwood flooring for your residence or commercial setting is a good flooring option. Oak is a particularly strong and hardwearing wood as well as being relatively abundant and affordable.
|Technics||Engineered Wood Flooring|
|Engineered Wood Flooring Type||Multilayer Engineered Wood Flooring|
|Surface||Smooth, brushed, handscraped, embossed|
|Total Thickness||12, 14, 15, 18, 20|
|Product Keywords||engineered wood flooring,eco forest flooring,oak engineered flooring|
An engineered floor is one in which each board is made up of multiple layers of material, rather than a single piece of solid hardwood. In the case of engineered White Oak wood flooring, each plank has a veneer of White Oak hardwood on top of multiple layers of a backing material that are glued together to form a strong core. Our engineered white Oak wood flooring uses hardwood to create 11 layers of plywood which results in a more durable engineered floor.
The Advantages of engineered White Oak wood flooring?
An engineered floor is typically installed in rooms that are below ground level or in environments that typically experience slightly higher levels of relative humidity. Engineered flooring is ideal for minimizing expansion and contraction through a relatively moderate range of relative humidity, 30-55%.
Engineered White Oak flooring is highly durable thanks to multiple layers of hardwood backing. While most commercial engineered floors use 3 to 5 layers of backing, Carlisle provides up 9 to 11 layers, depending on the overall thickness of the board. Additionally, the top layer or “wear layer” on a engineered floor is thicker as well, lending greater durability and longevity to the floor.