Kährs engineered wood floors come in three different constructions:
3-layer, 2-layer and veneer.

What to choose depends on whether you want to be able to re-sand the floor - and whether the best option is to install the floor floating or fully bonded. 

Not only did Kährs’ introduction of the multilayer wood floor construction contribute to a more stable product – it also contributed to raw material being used with greater environmental awareness.

3-layer flooring

Our 3-layer floors consist of a surface layer, core layer and backing. The core material is made from pine/spruce lamella. The total thickness of the floor is 15-20 mm. The surface layer can be re-sanded 3-4 times. Our 3-layer floors can both be installed floating on a level, solid surface such as concrete, particleboard or wood or glued down.

Read more about multilayer wood floors here.

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2-layer flooring

The 2-layer floors consist of a surface layer and backing. The core material is made from pine/spruce lamella. The total thickness of the floor is 9-11 mm. The surface layer can be re-sanded 3-4 times. Our 2-layer floors should be installed glued down.

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Veneer flooring

Our veneer flooring consists of three layers; surface, core and backing. The core is made from HDF. The total thickness is 7 mm. These floors should not be re-sanded. They are installed floating on a level, solid surface such as concrete, particleboard or wood and can also be glued down.

Read more about veneer wood floors here.

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