Industry-Leading Strength

AdvanTech® flooring is engineered for superior strength and stiffness, resulting in a firm and quiet floor both builders and homeowners can appreciate. And our ESR-1785 designation is your assurance that our flooring panels perform above and beyond standard PS-2 code requirements.

  • Made using advanced resin technology and world-class manufacturing process
  • High density provides exceptional nail holding power and strength
  • Panels install flat and stay flat
  • Solid, secure feeling underfoot ensures homeowner satisfaction


 




How Exceptional Strength is Engineered Into Every Board

1 High Wood Density
More wood is packed into each panel of AdvanTech engineered flooring. This produces an ultra-dense, ultra-strong panel that securely grips fasteners.
 
2 Advanced Resins and Blending
A sophisticated blending process coats every wood strand with advanced resins, ensuring a consistent and exceptionally strong bond throughout every square inch of the panel.
 
3 Optimal Wood Strand Orientation
Wood strand orientation is carefully engineered and tightly controlled to achieve maximum strength, stiffness and fastener holding power.
 
4 Tight Thickness Tolerance
Precision sanding on both the top and bottom surfaces produces a consistent thickness so every panel lays flat and installs easily.
 




     




 
 

What does Strength & Stiffness mean for you...

Builders Homeowners Retailers Architects
  • Your reputation as a quality builder is safe when you install AdvanTech flooring panels - one of the highest performance flooring panels in the industry.
  • Less callbacks and homeowner complaints - a strong, stiff panel remains flat and reduces the risk of squeaks and pops.
  • You can deliver the solid floor that your homeowners desire.


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Footnotes
     1. ICC-ES Evaluation Service Report, ESR-1785.
     2. 2012 edition of the AF&PA American Wood Council's, Allowable Stress Design (ASD)/LRFD Manual for Engineered Wood Construction.