Engineered Hardwood Floors:
Engineered hardwood flooring is a product made up of a core of hardwood, plywood or HDF and a top layer of hardwood veneer that is glued on the top surface of the core and is available in almost any hardwood species. The product thus has the natural characteristics of the selected wood species as opposed to a photographic layer. The "engineered" product has been designed to provide greater stability, particularly where moisture or heat pose problems for solid hardwood floors.
Trek Plus Wood Finishing:
» Two Part Waterborne Wood Floor Finish
» Fortified for durability with Aluminum Oxide
Trek Plus is the next generation in wood floor finishes. Now there is an easy to use finish that can impart long lasting beauty to commercial floors. Trek Plus provides durability which can only be achieved by combining both of the latest technologies in wood floor finishes- Aluminum Oxide and Two Component 100% Urethane Formulation. Trek Plus applies easily and provides a long wearing, beautiful finish to any floor.
Exceeds Moisture Cure for Toughness!
100% polyurethane clear wood floor finish for professional use on commercial floors.
Unprecedented - 15 Year Residential Limited Warranty.
We will warranty that for 15 years, Trek Plus will not wear through to the wood. Please review the Trek Warranty Guide for limitations and exclusions and for warranty details.
Laminate captures the beauty and design of the finest natural hardwood, ceramic, and stone at a fraction of the price. There are absolutely no restrictions to where laminate can be installed. From basements and bathrooms to dens and kitchens, laminate flooring works superbly in any area of your home.
Laminate flooring has four layers: a wear layer, a design layer, an inner core layer and a backing layer. The wear layer protects the floor from stains and fading. Beneath that, the design layer is literally a photographic image of wood, stone or other natural visual. For structural strength, the inner core layer's plastic resin keeps the laminate stable and flat. The backing creates a moisture barrier that protects the floor from warping. It's this layered construction that makes laminate floors so remarkably durable.