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Posted on August 4, 2023
Engineered flooring has been declared the best option by far for being used with underfloor heating. Ordinary wooden floors are not ideal for use with underfloor heating because changing temperatures result in the contraction and expansion of the wood. Engineered floorboards, on the other hand, are designed to have a much greater degree of strength and stability. The planks are much less likely to contract or expand when exposed to different temperatures. Thus, they are ideal for those wanting to install underfloor heating, mainly if they are in the process of remodeling or undertaking wood floor repairs of some kind.
One of the reasons for the difference in engineered floorboards compared to standard wood flooring is the amount of underlay used. While it is traditional to use a lot of underlays when installing wooden floors to cut down on sound traveling as well as to assist in insulation and help make a more even surface on the floor, underfloor heating needs to have a thinner amount of underlay to make the heat circulate better in the room. Changing the temperature upwards or downwards at a slower rate has also been discovered to prevent the wood flooring from contracting and expanding to its detriment.
Engineered flooring comes in various wood styles, including oak, ash, cherry, walnut, and maple.
We provide virtually dust-free sanding with our continuous belt machinery with mobile extraction units, giving you a safer environment for your family.
This organic finish not only adds beauty to your home but also has exceptional water-repellent characteristics, making it easier to clean and maintain.
This natural floor finish offers the softest and most mellow appearance – and leaves your floor able to breath.
Using soft buffing machines (and hand-polishing where required) will bring a wonderful sheen to your newly-finished floor.
We offer a full assessment of your wooden floors to determine what repairs are needed to provide the perfect working surface for the later stages of sanding, staining and sealing.
We offer a comprehensive restoration process designed to address floors that are improperly fitted or damaged over time through wear and tear.
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