An engineered wood flooring can be either solid or parquet. A parquet-built wooden floor usually consists of three layers. The top layer, the wear layer, which is what you see when the floor is laid, consists of the wood type floor. The middle layer is in most of our floors in solid coniferous rods, which gives the floor a good strength and makes it is only slightly affected by the humidity. At the bottom there is a thin layer of softwood veneer.
A solid wood floor can be sanded many times and therefore has a very long life. Also, most parquet-built wooden floors can be sanded, but how many times it is possible depends entirely on how thick the wear layer is. The wear layer must be at least 2 mm thick in order for the floor to be sanded.
There are several different types of wood floors, of which the four most common are plank floors, shipboard floors, parquet floors and parquet floors. A plank floor is one-piece boards, which, when laid, gives a quiet, uniform and exclusive look. Of the different types of wooden floors, the plank floor gives the best opportunity for the wood’s natural landscapes to be expressed.
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