Engineered Hardwood Floors
  • Features of engineered hardwood floors

     - Solid wood feeling
    - Economic cost
    - Finished with UV lacquered, oiled and UV oiled, Wear and fire resistant
    - Various thickness of top veneer

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  • What is engineered hardwood floor?

    Engineered hardwood floor is a product made up of a core of real wood, plywood or HDF and a top layer of hardwood veneer that is glued on the top surface of the core and is available in almost any hardwood species. The product thus has the natural characteristics of the selected wood species as opposed to a photographic layer.

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Engineered Hardwood Collections
  • Parquet Floors What is® parquet floor? Parquet flooring is the combination of natural elegance of hardwood and high reliability of HDF core, which guarantees a rich appearance and finish as well as strong durability. Each board is an original and unique both in its appearance and composition.
    The expertise that goes into the structure of the different components and...more»
  • Advantages of a HDF core - Great dimensional stability particularly in variable climatic conditions.
    - Improved performance with regard to crushing and impact, eliminating risk of splits and deterioration in the surface ... more»
  • Eco-HomeTM Collection Thanks to its composition, structure and variety, our HDF-core engineered floors give you the opportunity to experience the high cost performance which combines quality look with great reliability. A wide range of exotic hardwood species combined with the refinement ...more»
  • Eco-HomeTM 3-layer HDF
  • Eco-HomeTM 5-layer HDF

Product Structure
Engineered hardwood floor is a product made up of a core of real wood, plywood or HDF and a top layer of hardwood veneer that is glued on the top surface of the core and is available in almost any hardwood species. The product thus has the natural characteristics of the selected wood species as opposed to a photographic layer. The "engineered" product has been designed to provide greater stability, particularly where moisture or heat pose problems for solid hardwood floors.