It can be difficult to find information on exactly what the differences are between laminate flooring and engineered wood flooring. This blog will help with a breakdown of each product and list the pros and cons you might expect so you can make a more informed decision on your new floor.
Laminate flooring is a combination of HDF (High-Density Fiberboard ) and a photo-realistic decor paper print. The laminate floor is then coated with a hard-wearing resin which gives commercial-grade scratch resistance to the flooring.
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Engineered wood flooring unlike laminate is a real wood floor. Engineered flooring is constructed using a veneer of solid wood usually ranging from 3-6mm and a base of plywood. The reason engineered flooring has become so popular is because the plywood base makes the product more stable than solid flooring.
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Published: 30th April 2019