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Engineered Wood Flooring Structure

Unlike solid hardwood, enginerred wood flooring is composed of multiple layers of wood or a wood composite, arranged in a cross-grain configuration to minimize expansion and contraction.

3-Layer Engineered Wood Flooring
Multi-Layer Engineered Wood Flooring
2-Layer Engineered Wood Flooring

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Total Thickness




Top Layer Thickness




Top Layer Wood Species

Oak, black walnut, teak, beech, birch, ash, etc.

Oak, walnut, teak, beech, birch, ash, etc.

Oak, walnut, teak, beech, birch, ash, etc.

Core Layer Wood


Pine, poplar, etc.

Birch, eucalyptus

Join System

T&G, 2G/5G click

T&G, 2G/5G click

T&G, 2G/5G click

3-Layer Engineered Wood Flooring

Offers better stability than 2-layer floors due its construction. The expansion and contraction are better managed, reducing the likelihood of warping.
More versatile in installation methods, including floating installations, due to increased stability.
Suitable for a wider range of environments, including those with more variation in humidity and temperature.
3-Layer Engineered Wood Flooring Structure


This flooring is composed of three distinct layers, each made from solid wood veneer, arranged in a staggered lamination pattern.

3-Layer Engineered Wood Flooring Thickness


The top layer thickness of enginerred wood flooring should not be too thick or thin, we guaranteed our fabricated engineered wood flooring’s thickness is above 3~4mm, and the totall thickness ranges from 14mm to 20mm.

Multi-Layer Engineered Wood Flooring

Composed of multiple layers (often 6 or more) of plywood or HDF (High-Density Fiberboard), with a top layer of hardwood veneer.
It provides the highest stability among the three types, and reduce the wood’s natural expansion and contraction, making it very durable.
Ideal for all areas of the home, including high-moisture areas like kitchens and basements.
Multi-Layer Engineered Wood Flooring Structure


Multi-Layer Engineered Wood Flooring Thickness


2-Layer Engineered Wood Flooring

Our 2-layer enginerred wood flooring stands out in the international market, it is not subject to anti-dumping duties and is exempt from the 25% Section 301 tariffs.
For importers, it means sourcing 2-layer engineered wood flooring from China could provide a significant cost advantage.
For consumers, it could translate into lower retail prices for high-quality engineered wood flooring, making home renovations or construction projects more affordable.

2-Layer Engineered Wood Flooring Structure


2-Layer Engineered Wood Flooring Thickness



3-layer enginerred wood flooring includes three layers: a hardwood veneer, a core layer, and a backing layer. The core layer is typically made of HDF or plywood, while the backing layer adds further stability.

Multi-layer engineered wood flooring refers to products with more than three layers. These may include additional layers for enhanced durability, moisture resistance, or acoustic properties.
Regular maintenance of engineered wood flooring involves sweeping or vacuuming to remove dust and debris, as well as occasional mopping with a damp cloth or a hardwood floor cleaner. Avoid excessive moisture and use felt pads under furniture to prevent scratches.
Yes, engineered wood flooring can be installed over concrete subfloors using appropriate installation methods, such as glue-down or floating installation.

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