close-up of engineered 3 ply oak wood flooring

Engineered flooring is a type of wooden flooring that is made up of several layers of wood. The top layer, also known as the decorative layer, is made of real wood and is visible on the surface of the floor. The bottom layer or core board is made of combination of layers of fir and spruce, that provide stability and support to the decorative layer.

Engineered flooring is known for its stability and durability. The thickness of the top layer determines the lifespan of the flooring, with thicker layers being able to withstand more sanding and refinishing over time. This type of flooring is also suitable for installation over radiant heat systems and it can be used in any level of the house.

Engineered flooring is the most popular type of real wood flooring because it provides an authentic wood warmth and texture, while being more stable than solid wood flooring. This makes it a perfect choice for homeowners who want the look and feel of real wood, but with more versatility and durability.

oak, smoked oak, steamed beech, cherry, steamed cherry, ash, maple, iroko, doussie, steamed acacia, European walnut


click system, 3S (3strip)
2200 x 208 x 13,5 mm

click system, 1S (1strip)
1800/2000/2200 x185 x 13,5 mm

T/G installation 3-layer
14 x 150 x 1800/2000/2200 mm
14 x 200 x 1800/2000/2200 mm
14 x 250 x 1800/2000/2200 mm

XL flooring
1990/2190/2390 x 242 x 14,5 mm
1000-2000 x 150-300 x 20 mm


unfinished, brushed, varnished, painted, oiled, handscrape, smoked...