Engineered at Every Detail, Better with Age
Engineered hardwood is constructed to outperform solid hardwood in every way. Montclair is a prime example. This is a Birch woodgrain with unique characteristics inside and out. On the inside, a high-density fiber core holds everything together, especially in areas of the home that see a lot of foot traffic. Not only does engineered hardwood have a stronger construction, changes in humidity pose none of the expanding/shrinking properties of solid wood. On the outside, a protective layer of Aluminum Oxide helps deter common scratches, scuffs, and stains. Homeowners with active families and hyperactive animals can rest easy knowing Montclair’s built to look its best. Finally, each board has medium variation in grain patterns, which can help accentuate the custom, wirebrushed look even more.