What are Engineered Wood Floors?
Whether prefinished or unfinished, our engineered wood flooring is constructed from multiple layers of plywood with a solid wood top. Below the top layer are cross-sections of plywood that are tightly pressed to create robust and stable flooring.
Developed initially to float over concrete slabs, newer, thicker versions can now be nailed down over a wood subfloor, like installing a hardwood plank floor. Thicker floors can be sanded and refinished. Engineered wood floors thinner than 3/4" can be glued down, much like how you'd glue down a vinyl or resilient floor.
Why Choose It?
Unfinished engineered wood flooring provides an advantage over solid hardwood because of the ease of installation throughout many surfaces in the home, and it is inherently more stable. Our unfinished products also allow you to choose the stain that best matches your home or business.
We offer several FSC® certified unfinished engineered flooring options if sustainability is your priority.
How We Do It
At Black's Farmwood, you can customize our flooring to your specifications or choose from our many pre-made engineered options. All of our engineered hardwood floors are sustainably harvested, made with non-toxic adhesives, non-toxic finishes and the plywood used for the core is CARB Phase 2 compliant.
Need Reclaimed and Engineered?
Love the look of reclaimed wood flooring but prefer an unfinished engineered option? Look no further! Black's Farmwood offers most of our reclaimed wood flooring as engineered.