Linton Engineered Wood Flooring
Linton engineered wood flooring makes use of a multi-layered construction to impart exceptional strength, stability and durability to floors. Engineered wood floors can last for a period of 40 to 80 years. So, you’ll have a floor that lasts for generations, not just a few years!
Linton Engineered Wood Flooring Details
These floors feature a thick wear layer of solid wood. This means that you can have your floor re-sanded multiple times over its lifetime. Re-sanding helps keep your floor new and clean for a long time. Scratches, stains and other ugly marks can easily be removed with re-sanding.
Unlike solid wood flooring, which changes shape in humid environments, Linton Flooring remains intact. The floors are, therefore, great for humid spaces such as basements. With a subfloor that is reinforced with a moisture barrier, you can have this flooring working at its best against moisture.
These floors are great for areas that see heavy traffic. They are also extremely resistant to mould, rot and insects. So, when you install these floors, you’ll experience better indoor air. Further, damages that can be caused to the floor by insects and rot are also prevented.
Linton floors are a wonderful choice for buyers looking to go the eco way. These floors make use of wood that is usually either burnt or discarded. They use very little solid wood. As a result, the impact on the environment is drastically reduced.
Linton floors are a visual treat! These floors reflect the rich texture and details of solid wood. They are available in different shades and patterns to suit your aesthetic taste.
Like with most of our engineered wood floors, Linton wooden floor planks use a tongue-and-groove click method for installation. These floors can be installed with a simple click and can be used immediately after installation.