This is a product description for a larch three-layer floor with a pine core and pine back, ABC grade. The dimensions are 15/4x150x1900, and it has a smooth surface that is ready for UV lacquering.
The larch three-layer floor features a top layer of high-quality larch wood, which is known for its durability and natural beauty. The middle layer is made of a sturdy pine core that provides stability and strength to the flooring, while the bottom layer is also constructed of pine for added support.
With its ABC grading, this larch three-layer floor is a high-quality option that offers a mix of clear and rustic grades. The smooth face of the flooring is ready for UV lacquering, which will give it a protective and long-lasting finish while enhancing its natural beauty. Overall, this larch three-layer floor is a reliable and attractive choice for any space.
A three-layer engineered Larch floor is a type of hardwood flooring that consists of three layers of larch wood. The top layer, also known as the wear layer, is the visible surface of the flooring that is exposed to wear and tear. It is typically made of high-quality larch wood and can vary in thickness from 2mm to 6mm.
The middle layer, also known as the core layer, is made of high-density fiberboard or plywood that provides stability and durability to the flooring. The core layer also helps to prevent the floor from expanding or contracting due to changes in temperature or humidity.
The bottom layer, also known as the backing layer, is typically made of the same material as the core layer and provides additional support and stability to the flooring.
Engineered Larch flooring is more stable than solid hardwood flooring, making it an excellent choice for installation in areas with high moisture levels, such as basements or bathrooms. It is also more resistant to warping and cupping than solid hardwood floors, which makes it a popular choice for homeowners who want the natural beauty of hardwood but with added durability and stability.
In addition, engineered Larch flooring can be sanded and refinished multiple times, just like solid hardwood floors, which means it can last for many years with proper maintenance.