The Making Of Engineered Wood Flooring Start To Finish

An engineered wood floor can be a gorgeous addition to any home, but how is it made? Quick-Step have produced a complete video (below) showing the process from start to finish. Rarely will you see this in such detail and I highly recommend you go and roast up a nice cup of coffee, kick your shoes off and really digest this exceptional video..

Included in the video, you’ll learn about :

  • How the wood is chosen
  • How it is managed and sustained
  • How it is treated and stored
  • The constant and stringent quality testing throughout the production
  • The full machining process
  • The construction process
  • The finished quality control process
  • And finally the packaging and shipping process

Make no mistake, this is a comprehensive and enjoyable video that will fully educate you when choosing an engineered floor. Making an engineered flooring is a highly evolved technology and requires a vibrant infrastructure with dedicated people.

I hope you enjoy the video and please feel free to ask any questions or leave a comment in the section below.

 

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I am a Pergo trained professional installer of 20 years. I've been up close and personal with lots of floors and have the knobbly knees to show for it...Should you have any questions or comments please feel free to add them below. Thanks for taking the time to call by and I hope the information you've found has given you some insight!........................................................................................................................................................................“When you click on links to various merchants on this site and make a purchase, this can result in the site earning a commission. Affiliate programs and affiliations include, but are not limited to, the eBay Partner Network, amazon.com, amazon.co.uk, amazon.fr, amazon.de, amazon.it, amazon.ca, affiliate window network.” This statement is to comply with current internet regulations regarding transparency to consumers.

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