Engineered Wood Flooring
Brushed and Lacquer Engineered Wood Flooring
Freshly cut wood is beautiful to behold, but the evidences of new growth that are often seen on newly cut wood can obscure some of the rich patterns and swirls that are older. As wood ages, new growth is added in layers on top of older growth, which can make the older and often more-interesting looking wood all but invisible depending on the angle at which a tree has been cut.
This is a particular problem for good engineered flooring because wood floors are prized for their visible knots, rings, and other natural patterns. Brushed and lacquer engineered wood flooring helps solve this problem through a process that brushes off the evidence of new growth before a clear lacquer is applied to protect the wood.
Engineered wood flooring that has been brushed and lacquered is an excellent choice not only because of this extra brushing treatment but also because this quality engineered flooring is made from real wood. Artificial laminates are not used in the construction of the floorboards and homeowners can be sure that what looks like an wooden floor is actually a wooden floor. Brushed and lacquer engineered wood flooring offers some of the best combinations of beauty and low prices available on the flooring market.