Engineered wood is a versatile and sustainable material boosting the performance of a building. Manufacturing engineered wood takes longer as it needs more processing times. It has more ecological and technical advantages too. The engineered wood costs less and performs better than solid wood. The manufacturing process includes the use of veneers, wood and reconstructing it using resins.
Plywood, Glulam, Cross-laminated timber, Aspenit or Oriented Strand Board are the different types of engineered wood products. Plywood and Glulam were commonly used earlier. Being less vulnerable to temperature and humidity changes making them favourites as flooring for bathrooms and laundry rooms.