Engineered timber flooring utilises engineered timber boards.
Engineered timber boards are formed by joining multiple layers of wood together. The layers of wood, which are called plys, are are joined with their grains perpendicular to each other. The top ply of an engineered timber plank, which is called the lamella, is made from solid wood, normally hardwood. The engineered timber boards which are used for flooring are specifically designed for that task, and offer many of the benefits of solid timber floors without many of the drawbacks.
Everyone wants the classic and cozy appeal of hardwood floors, but they are outside the budget for most. Engineered timber floors are more affordable than solid timber floors, presenting better value for money and making a real wood floor available on even tight budgets. Engineered timber flooring is also quicker to install than hardwood flooring, saving both time and money.