Definition of Veneer
Veneer flooring refers to a stable core board composed of several bonded layers of plywood.
Its cross-plied construction makes it very stable and reduces natural floor movement.
It's versatile enough to be used in any room of a home and it can be installed over radiant floor heating solutions.
Veneer floors can also be installed on top of other floors as floating floors.
Interestingly, veneer floors are topped with a thin layer of real hardwood, making them both affordable and strong.
Example of Veneer in a Sentence
“You should never use a steam cleaner on your wood veneer flooring.”
- Core board