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Engineered floors draw praise and envy alike

Engineered floors draw praise and envy alike

It is not only your interior decoration or your aesthetic choice in furniture or art works but also your floors which are going to be talking points over a glass of wine or a cup of coffee. When your floors are from Raymond Peters, chances are that they are going to spark envy draw praise in the hearts of your neighbours as well. When it comes to choosing the right floors for your house or your apartment, the choice can never be too easy. From solid floors to engineered floors, parquet floors to reclaimed floors, trust Raymond Peters to have all you need to see before making up your mind.

If you are looking for floors which have multiple layers of cross layered wood and are either pressed with the help of machines, and using adhesives are bonded, you must be looking for engineered floors to adorn your house or apartment. The facts that make engineered floors a premium choice for homes and apartments are that firstly it is available in hardwood species and designs. Secondly, it also comes in a wide array of patterns like herringbone, chevron and basket weave etc. Thirdly, given your preference, engineered floors can be pre-finished in oil or wax and they can also be matte lacquered or satin finished.

European Engineered Planks.

Engineered floors which are known to be sourced from Europe, have the option of being produced in widths of 100 to 350 mm and can be 14.5- 22mm thick. The European planks produced by Raymond Peters can be 300 mm wide. Mostly made of oak, the engineered wooden floors can be installed easily and are made from the slow growing variety of oak trees found in Europe, which give the wood extra stability. This wood can be used in houses, apartments and commercial spaces, which renders them not only flexible but also a good choice in terms of distribution.

If you choose to use a superior quality of engineered wood for your floors, you would also benefit from it as the right choice for thermal insulation. Its other benefits are that it is considered to be more stable than other varieties of wood and can give your house excellent insulation too. Its stability and also the fact that it can withstand the adverse effects of change in moisture and temperature are its added advantages. Moreover it can be used conveniently with heating systems which are under the floor. These reasons are enough to make you go for engineered floors, and the most important facet that appeals to all is that it looks like a million dollars without costing as much.

Engineered Wood Flooring

Engineered Wood Flooring