Engineered timber, also known as engineered wood or composite wood, refers to a type of wood product that is manufactured by binding or laminating layers of wood together with adhesives or resins. This process creates a strong, stable, and versatile material that can be used for various applications in construction and interior design.
Engineered timber is engineered to improve upon the natural properties of solid wood. It is less susceptible to warping, shrinking, and expanding due to changes in humidity and temperature. This makes it a more reliable choice for flooring, cabinetry, furniture, and other applications where stability is crucial.