Engineered cherry flooring combines one of the most modern designs of flooring with a wood that offers a great choice for the 21st century house. Engineered wood flooring is flexible, easy to assemble and durable, while cherry floors provide an attractive alternative to more traditional kinds of wood.
These engineered cherry flooring products that are highly attractive due to the presence of very extensive markings, with lines, swirls and knots giving the wood a distinct and lively character. The cherry floors are oiled to provide a deep, warm and natural allure to the floor.
Engineered Cherry Flooring
The cherry floors vary in terms of some of the features. For example, it is possible to have tongue and groove installation or click system installation. In either case you should find cherry floors easy to install, as the parts fit together like a jigsaw and do not require glue or any other adhesives to assemble.
There are a variety of different thicknesses available and the thicker the floor the more durable it will be.
There is also a choice between smooth and bevelled edges. Smooth-edged planks fit together seamlessly and create a flat, even look right across the floor for a uniform finish.
In contrast, bevelled edges have a dip, known as a v-groove, at the end, as it makes this shape in connection with the dip from the edge of the next plank. This creates a distinct join that provides a dynamic and modern effect.
Engineered cherry flooring products come with warranties which reflect the confidence held in the durability and endurance of these cherry floors. There are also options of red-brown timber or a warm medium brown shade and different finishes can provide different appearances.
As a less familiar material than traditional woods like ash and oak, cherry floors may seem a daring choice. But its qualities of durability, rich colour and detailed markings make it a highly enticing one.