Difference Between Solid Panels And Engineered Panels Timber flooring made from solid wood is generally made from one single piece of milled timber. One the other hand, we have engineered hard wood floors that are made up of several layers of wood, hard pressed and glued with each other.
Difference Between Solid Panels And Engineered Panels • Both these versions come with their unique advantages and disadvantage, but the biggest feature of the engineered version is that it can be designed to meet various specifications. • This means that they can recreate the look and benefits of solid timber flooring, but without some of the disadvantages.
Benefits Of Solid Wood • According to the suppliers of hard wood flooring, the biggest benefit of this version of timber flooring is that it has a much better "sandable" surface. • This means that this wood can be sanded to remove any deep scratches. • Moreover, this version is much more economically available because lesser processes are needed in the manufacturing process.
Benefits Of Engineered Hard Wood Floors • One of the biggest advantages is that the planks hold their shape much better than the solid wood version. • Other than this, it is less prone to cupping, gapping and warping. • Similarly, the planks can be made in wider lengths and they can also be installed over the existing concrete base.
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