Whether for homes or commercial environments, engineered timber flooring is becoming a go-to option due to its increased stability, durability and resistance to temperature and moisture fluctuations. The installation process for engineered timber flooring is one of the biggest considerations when designing interior spaces, with the choice usually between floating or glue-down installation. Each option has its pros and cons, but ultimately the best method comes down to the specifics of the application and the needs of the end-users.
In Floating vs Glue-Down: Comparing Engineered Timber Flooring Installation Methods and Knowing When to Use Them, we compare floating and glued-down installation and highlight the key design considerations when installing an engineered timber floor. We explain the differences between both installation methods and provide the pros and cons of each option. We also consider the key factors, such as how the space will be used, site conditions and cost, that will affect your decision when choosing between floating and glued-down installation.
The leader in premium timber flooring products, Style Timber is committed to exceptional craftsmanship and uncompromising quality. Using state-of-the-art manufacturing, the company is proud to have developed a wide range of flooring, supplying European Oak, American Oak, American Walnut, Hickory, American Ash and Teak. Style Timber products are designed for high traffic areas with a focus on durability.
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