We at VIFLOOR are the 3 Layer Oak Engineered Wood Flooring manufacturer you can trust.
The quality of the materials used to make 3-layer oak flooring is critical to its durability and stability.
We are a manufacturer using high-quality materials, Ensuring our products stand the test of time. This is especially important if you plan to install the flooring in a high-traffic area or a space that is exposed to moisture or temperature fluctuations.
Three-layer oak engineered wood flooring is a type of flooring that consists of a top layer of oak veneer, a middle layer of high-density fiberboard (HDF) or plywood, and a bottom layer of softwood or plywood. The oak veneer is typically 2-6mm thick and provides the appearance and durability of solid wood flooring, while the middle and bottom layers add stability and strength.
The HDF or plywood middle layer helps to prevent the wood from expanding or contracting due to changes in temperature and humidity, making it a good choice for areas with fluctuating conditions such as basements and kitchens. The softwood or plywood bottom layer serves as a base for the flooring and helps to provide additional stability and moisture resistance.
Three-layer oak engineered wood flooring is often preferred over solid wood flooring because it is more resistant to warping and shrinking, and it can be installed over concrete or radiant heating systems. It is also more environmentally friendly than solid wood flooring because it uses less wood, and can be sanded and refinished multiple times.
Overall, three-layer oak engineered wood flooring provides the beauty of natural wood flooring with added durability and versatility.
True Balance Structure
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