Friday, 30 November 2018
Within this article we'll be considering reasons why multi-layer construction is believed to last longer than solid wood flooring.
A higher degree of stability
This is true even when ambient temperatures and humidity fluctuate according to the different seasons. The reflective layers counteract the wood's natural movements and by changing the direction of the fibres across the layers, so the flooring will not be as vulnerable to humidity levels in the indoor environment and will therefore offer more in terms of durability.
Engineered flooring Benefits
Engineered floors from Kahrs are even more environmentally-friendly than solid wood floors as quick-growing species of wood are used as the foundation material, with less of their valuable hardwood surface layer required in its construction.
The parquet technology has been patented by Kahrs more than 70 years ago today, with this invention forming part of all the flooring layouts produced by this brand. They've managed to apply various features and coating thicknesses to their product ranges using flooring to suit an assortment of applications.
Easy to sand
Hardwood is only utilized to the joint, over the timber, meaning it can be renovated in precisely the exact same way you would go about trimming a good flooring.
Optimum climate stability
It's widely called wood is a natural substance, when it is used in the construction of a ground, you can expect it to be influenced by climatic fluctuations. However, with all these Kahrs products, you will find this is minimised since there's the correct balance between the three layers (rear, core and top) and so the flooring will remain stable whatever the season.
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