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Shanghai ECAN industrial company Ltd. is a leading supplier of WPC products in China. Founded in 2008, ECAN had established a complete supply chain system integrating R&D, production, sales and after-sales services based on the advantages of our raw materials factories for wood & stone powder and professional technical team. Our strongest products are WPC decking(co-extrusion and general type), WPC railing, WPC wall panel and so on.

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Phone: +86 137 6469 2158
Address: Industrial Headquarters Park, No. 365 Chuanhong Road, Pudong New District, Shanghai

ABOUT US

Shanghai ECAN industrial company Ltd. is a leading supplier of WPC products in China. Founded in 2008, ECAN had established a complete supply chain system integrating R&D, production, sales and after-sales services based on the advantages of our raw materials factories for wood & stone powder and professional technical team. Our strongest products are WPC decking(co-extrusion and general type), WPC railing, WPC wall panel and so on.

Our Factory

Shanghai ECAN industrial company Ltd adhere to green production and scientific quality management,and has passed IS9001 Quality Management and ISO14001 Environmental Management certification. meanwhile,it is equipped with advanced automatic production line and complete testing equipment.Each process is under strict quality control to ensure high and reliable quality,that complies with and fully passed zhe standards and inspections of authoritative organizations such as CE,FSC,FGS and INTERTEK.

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Solid Versus Engineered Wood Flooring – The Solid Wood ...

Solid Wood and Engineered boards. The difference between a solid wood floor board and a good quality engineered floor board that has a minimum top layer thickness of 4mm or 6mm is minimal. Solid boards are normally 18mm thick and good quality engineered wood flooring is 20 to 21mm thick. The picture at the top of this page shows the end section ...

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Engineered Hardwood vs Solid Hardwood Flooring ...

14 · Hardwood flooring consists of sawed planks from natural hardwood timbers, like oak and maple, and is sometimes called solid wood.Hardwood flooring is more expensive than engineered hardwood — a.k.a., engineered wood — flooring, which is constructed from thin, glued-together layers of derivative wood products, such as OSB, MDF, or plywood.. Flooring made with engineered wood can look ...

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Hardwood Flooring: Solid VS Engineered Wood Flooring | …

13 · Solid vs Engineered Wood Flooring. Trying to decide between solid hardwood flooring or engineered hardwood flooring can be tricky. This article is written to help you understand the differences as well as when it is best to use each of them. Important to note, …

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Solid Wood vs Engineered Wood Flooring ...

27 · THE ULTIMATE FACE-OFF! SOLID HARDWOOD vs. ENGINEERED WOOD APPEARANCE: SOLID HARDWOOD– Due to its uniqueness it is the biggest trend in flooring right now.Available in a range of colour and species it is found in both finished and pre-finished type.

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Engineered or Solid Wood Flooring – How Do I Choose ...

11 · Engineered wood flooring on the other hand is made up of cleverly constructed core boards that are effectively layers and layers of ply that are bonded together. Thereafter those boards are topped off with a lamella or top layer of solid wood, which is what makes …

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Engineered Floor vs Solid Wood

Both solid and engineered wood floors offer benefits and disadvantages. With both there is a wide selection of styles and colors to choose from. Use: Engineered Floor vs Solid Wood . Install solid wood flooring on grade and above grade, but not below grade. Solid wood …

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Hardwood flooring vs. Engineered Hardwood: Which is …

6 · In most cases, solid hardwood floors can be refinished. If after enjoying your floor for many years you start to notice light/wear spots forming, then it may be a good time to consider refinishing. Engineered Hardwood: Only certain brands of engineered flooring can be refinished, depending on the thickness of …

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Solid Wood vs. Engineered Wood Flooring: What's the Differe…

8 Reasons to Choose Engineered Over Solid Hardwood Flooring

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Solid Hardwood Vs Engineered Hardwood: What’s The ...

19 · The two most common types are solid wood floors and engineered wood flooring. Most of us think that a wood floor is a wood floor, but there is quite a bit of difference between the various types. Solid Hardwood. Solid hardwood is very appealing cosmetically because it provides a new level of character to your home. Hardwood floors by themselves ...

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Engineered vs Solid Wood Floors

28 · Engineered vs Solid Hardwood Floors When people come to us to find the perfect wood floor for their homes, they have often performed at least a basic search to see what types of hardwood flooring are available to them. Most of what they find is what is called “Engineered Wood.” Does engineered mean it is … Engineered vs Solid Wood Floors Read More »

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Engineered vs Solid Hard Wood Flooring

1 · Solid hardwood, as its name suggests, means that each plank is made from a solid piece of wood that is ¾″ thick. Plank width for solid wood flooring can vary depending on style; traditional solid planks are 2 ¼″ to 3 ¼ ″ wide, while modern solid planks can be up to 5″ in …

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Which Is Better? Engineered vs. Solid Hardwood Flooring ...

 · Engineered wood is significantly cheaper than solid hardwood and can be quickly adhered to another wooden surface, a concrete floor or a soundproofing mat. Plus, it’s easy to install over radiant heat — hence less expansion and contraction. But engineered wood is simply a veneer for your floor.

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Solid Wood vs Engineered Wood Flooring

15 · An easy way to understand the similarities and differences between solid wood and engineered wood flooring.

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Solid Hardwood Floors vs. Engineered Wood: How Do You …

1 · Solid hardwood flooring is available in a wide array of wood species—including oak, maple, and black walnut as well as regional-specific choices …

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Should I choose Engineered or Solid Hardwood Flooring?

23 · Solid hardwood is generally more costly because of the amount of solid wood that is used for each plank of flooring. Be careful not just to assume that engineered is better value than solid hardwood. Some types of engineered flooring can be quite costly, especially if you choose a rare species of wood…

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Solid vs. Engineered Wood Floors: Key Differences ...

When considering solid wood floors or engineered wood flooring, you ideally want a 3/16″ thick wear layer. However, most engineered floors are made with a very thin layer, equivalent to only 3 sheets of paper! This means that the wear layer of your floor will wear very quickly, it cannot be refinished or sanded, and your floor …

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Solid vs. Engineered Hardwood Flooring | NDI

6 · Engineered hardwood isn’t solid wood, so the engineered core protects the layers of wood on top. The performance of an engineered hardwood floor is far superior to solid hardwood. Seasonal movement is minimal while stability through seasonal humidity and …

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Which Is Better? Engineered vs. Solid Hardwood Flooring ...

Engineered wood is significantly cheaper than solid hardwood and can be quickly adhered to another wooden surface, a concrete floor or a soundproofing mat. Plus, it’s easy to install over radiant heat — hence less expansion and contraction. But engineered wood is simply a veneer for your floor.

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Solid vs. engineered wood flooring

17 · When it’s time to choose a wood flooring, the biggest question usually comes to whether you want solid or engineered wood. In today’s post, we’re going to take

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Solid vs. Engineered Floor

A solid (also commonly referred to as ¾”) hardwood floor means each board is one solid piece of hardwood. It’s a common misconception that an engineered floor is fake hardwood. After all, it is engineered. What’s natural about that? According to the National Wood Flooring Association , …

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Solid Wood vs. Engineered Wood Flooring: What's the ...

Engineered wood layers and relative thickness also allows them to work with radiant floor heating systems, eliminating the coldness of solid woods. Engineered woods, however, are more versatile as they can be installed in more ways than solid woods – staples, nails, …

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Solid vs. engineered wood flooring

17 · When it’s time to choose a wood flooring, the biggest question usually comes to whether you want solid or engineered wood. In today’s post, we’re going to take

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Solid vs. engineered wood flooring

17 · When it’s time to choose a wood flooring, the biggest question usually comes to whether you want solid or engineered wood. In today’s post, we’re going to take

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Engineered Wood vs Solid Hardwood

16 · Cons of Engineered Hardwood. Mindset: Some people prefer to know their hardwood is strictly made out of wood, just like purchasing designer jeans, you want to make sure it’s authentic. Though engineered wood is not made out of solid wood, it …

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Solid Vs. Engineered Wood Flooring

4. Engineered Wood Flooring Is Typically Less Expensive Than Solid Wood Flooring. Due to the wood savings mentioned above, engineered flooring is often less expensive than solid. There are many other factors that play into prices for specific projects and specific products, but overall, this is often a “win-win-win” for the environment, the ...

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8 Reasons to Choose Engineered Over Solid Hardwood …

12 · Choosing engineered floors over solid wood helps to conserve expensively priced timber. For every 1 square foot of ¾ inch thick solid wood floor, you can manufacture around 4 times that amount into engineered wood flooring. Despite the differences, any hardwood flooring …

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Solid vs. Engineered

17 · Solid wood flooring typically is manufactured to be ¾ inches thick. Like the name implies, each board is a solid piece of wood milled to be installed tongue-and-groove by nail and/or glue. Engineered wood flooring often is less than ¾ inches thick, …

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Engineered vs Solid Hard Wood Flooring

1 · Solid hardwood, as its name suggests, means that each plank is made from a solid piece of wood that is ¾″ thick. Plank width for solid wood flooring can vary depending on style; traditional solid planks are 2 ¼″ to 3 ¼ ″ wide, while modern solid planks can be up to 5″ in width. Conversely, engineered wood flooring is comprised of ...

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Engineered Wood Flooring Vs. Solid Wood Flooring

15 · ENGINEERED WOOD FLOORING VS. SOLID WOOD FLOORING- THE PROS AND CONS. Despite the emergence of composite materials, nothing beats a solid timber floor, with attractive natural grains that possess a timeless elegance that cannot be found in any other material apart from wood. If you have your heart set on a solid timber floor, it is a sizeable ...

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Solid Wood vs. Engineered Wood

3 · Some engineered wood flooring is also installed with the same nail-down methods used for solid hardwood, but there are also forms with “click-lock” edges that can be installed as a “floating floor.” Engineered wood flooring can also be glued down …

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