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Solid hardwood floors can shrink and expand, but engineered hardwood’s composition eliminates this problem. It also comes in a variety of finishes.
Whereas traditional solid hardwood is all wood, engineered hardwood has a hardwood veneer but is made out of many thin layers of backing, most commonly plywood but possibly fiberboard or unfinished hardwood.
The Global Engineered Wooden Flooring Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2027, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
With Bona Inspiration, a unique idea in producing trendy floor styles, the renowned Swedish business Bona is setting the trend in floor styling. Their focus is now on the floor as a vital architectural component, thanks to partnership with internationally acclaimed trend analyst Cay Bond.
Trends have long impacted and inspired interior design and home decoration, but floor rehabilitation has been one step behind.
Bona aims to change that, and in cooperation with Cay Bond, a fashion, design, and interiors expert with over 30 years of expertise, Bona has developed an entirely new idea to inspire and produce on-trend styles and flooring effects. For a long time, Bona has been at the forefront of floor renovations and maintenance.
Rocky Mountain and Rolling Dunes are two new prefinished engineered hardwood flooring lines introduced by WoodHouse Flooring.
Both lines have a 12″ thickness with a choice of four lovely white oak and hickory colours in each line. Each floor has a diamond-hard seven (7) layer UV polyurethane aluminium oxide finish to maintain its attractiveness.
Bruce Flooring is expanding its popular Barnwood Living Line with the addition of engineered hardwood, with ten new styles in the new American-made hardwood engineered collection.
The solid and engineered collections all have five designs in common, but they also have five separate designs, for a total of 15 designs that offer the real vintage look of a time-worn floor at an affordable price.
Every floor in AHF Products’ solid wood range is meticulously manufactured in Beverly, West Virginia. The new engineered line, which is built in Somerset, Kentucky, also has a vintage, barnwood visual that symbolises an accessible yet true approach to an authentic hardwood design, with best-selling solid-line visuals as well as five brand-new engineered styles.
Flooring and Equipment has announced the addition of a new engineered hardwood flooring range to its wood flooring portfolio. This new wood flooring product, according to the manufacturer, is simple to install and suited for both residential and commercial uses.
To create quality engineered hardwood flooring, the company uses U.S. woods, primarily from Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan. Customers will be able to obtain a high-quality wood flooring product that is personalised to their needs thanks to their manufacturing production approach.
The item is one-of-a-kind, distinctive, environmentally friendly, non-toxic, fashionable, renewable, and sustainable, as well as long-lasting, flexible, and sturdy.
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