Engineered Hardwood Flooring

The vibrant look of Engineered hardwood flooring is achieved by combining hardwood and plywood layers. The layered construction of the plank has engineered wood at the top, available in a variety of species and styles. Layers are tightly glued together to create a product known for its stability and longevity.

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Engineered Hardwood

Best Engineered Hardwood Flooring In Toronto
Top Quality Flooring is proud to be the leader in providing spectacular engineered wood flooring for homes, offices, restaurants, and retail premises across Toronto. We welcome customers at our showroom to get a clear visual of hardwood flooring and other flooring options that we offer and get professional advice and quotations free of cost.

The layering process also makes the flooring less likely to expand due to changes in the environment. The unique appearance of engineered hardwood flooring comes from the many shades that can be achieved, as well as customized high gloss, semi-gloss, and matte finishes.

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Engineered Walnut Flooring

Its distinctive knots and unique grain patterns make a real design statement in any home. Engineered walnut flooring has both irregular and straight dark graining patterns that offer an exciting variation to other flooring options.

    Other high-demand engineered wood flooring options are:

  • engineered ash flooring
  • engineered hard maple flooring
  • engineered cherry flooring

Top Quality Flooring offers a wide range of engineered wood flooring as well as other flooring solutions. Visit our showroom, check-out our quality products and world famous brands, and find out everything you need to know about flooring and custom finishes from one of our knowledgeable team members.

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High resilience when compared to other floorings


Cost-effective while being a flawless design solution

Engineered Hardwood Flooring Installation

How To Install Engineered Hardwood Flooring

Installation of hardwood flooring using the floating method is ideal for DIY enthusiasts. It requires no glue, staples, or nails. If you are an experienced DIY’er, it will not be difficult to install the floor. But for guaranteed perfection, we offer you an expert team of professionals who have all tools and know-how to handle pre-installation and installation, per the brand’s instructions.

Engineered Hardwood Flooring Benefits

Cost and Sustainability
High-quality Engineered wood flooring has a top layer of hardwood making it less expensive and far more resistant to humidity and temperature variance than solid hardwood flooring.

Scratch And Dent Resistance
Any surface can be scratched and dented, but when it comes to engineered hardwood flooring, the hardness depends upon the species of the top layer of the wood.

With proper care and maintenance, the best Engineered hardwood flooring can last for years. In most instances, engineered wood can be sanded and refinished making it a far cheaper and better alternative to replacing a complete floor.

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How To Clean Engineered Hardwood Flooring

To enjoy your floors and keep them in good condition for years, it is necessary to take proper care of the floor and clean engineered hardwood flooring regularly. Engineered hardwood floors have become the prime choice of most homeowners. Like all other flooring solutions, it also requires regular cleaning. Let’s take a look at some important steps to clean it and make it the best engineered hardwood flooring of your home.

  • Start With Sweeping: It is always recommended to start cleaning with a soft bristle broom to sweep the floor. Make sure you remove all dirt on the floor.

  • Vacuum: Use a lightweight vacuum cleaner to get rid of all the dirt which may not be cleared with a broom.

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