HCT Floors Engineered Flooring is a versatile alternative to solid timber flooring. Unlike solid timber, which is one piece of wood milled from a tree, engineered wood flooring is made of several layers that are fused and glued together under heat and pressure.

Engineered Flooring adds warmth and value to any office or home. With a variety of finishes, species and widths – you’re sure to find the perfect combination for any project. If sustainability is a priority of yours, engineered floors is the more eco-friendly option.

HCT Floors Engineered Flooring comes in a wide variety of domestic and exotic wood species, stains and surface treatments. Whether you’re looking for a traditional or contemporary style – HCT Floors has the range for your domestic and commercial projects.

Some of the species available are:

  • Forest Red Gum
  • Grey Gum
  • Grey Ironbark
  • Queensland Royal Species (Mixed Species)
  • Queensland Spotted Gum
  • Red Ironbark
  • Tallowwood

HCT Floors Engineered Flooring come in a variety of sizes from narrow boards to wide boards. Larger sized boards make a large difference in the overall look of the grain and features of the timber. Narrower boards are typical for rooms and areas with a more formal, traditional style, while wider boards convey a more casual, relaxed atmosphere.

One advantage of Engineered Flooring over against solid timber is that it can be used in areas where there is moisture and water. The superior strength and stability of engineered flooring makes it less likely to expand or contract, meaning they’re less susceptible to changes in temperatures and humidity. Engineered flooring can stand up to a variety of moisture and humidity-prone areas including bathrooms, laundry rooms, entryways and finished basements.

Another great feature about engineered flooring is the range of installation options. Depending on the product you choose, engineered flooring boards can be either nailed down or glued down as in a traditional solid timber floor. Engineered flooring can also be installed as “floating” floors, in which the boards are attached to each other and not the subfloor – which makes it a DIY-friendly installation!