'Nothing compares to the emotion of natural wood. Its beauty, strength and character bring authenticity and warmth to any interior.''
Engineered wood is a type of parquet, made of natural wood layers that pressed to each other
The multi-layered structure of the material holds each other, minimizing the operation of the wood and gives the flooring dimensional stability.
Hardwoods, such as oak and walnut are used in the top layer of engineered woods which are generally produced in two or three layers. The top layer thickness in standard engineered woods is minimum 2.5 mm. In the bottom layers, generally any other low-value wood or plywood is used.