Engineered Flooring

Engineered Wood Flooring

Engineered wood flooring consists of a real wood veneer top layer that provides the look and finish of the floor, bonded to multiple plywood backing layers which add strength and stability. Engineered wood floors are generally more stable than solid wood floors, they are indistinguishable from solid once laid, and are easier to lay for the average DIY person. A wide variety of species from the most popular engineered oak wood flooring, through to walnut flooring and maple engineered wood flooring. We sell all the leading brands of engineered flooring.

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Contemporary Engineered Flooring

Engineered flooring is rapidly becoming the most popular choice for homeowners seeking to renovate for that more modern and contemporary look and feel as it is both highly durable and more stable than solid wood flooring, while also being cheaper and more environmentally friendly. Due to the part-manufactured nature of engineered flooring,  it’s possible to achieve a wider array of styles and finishes than a solid wood equivalent offering the contemporary modern look for your home.

 

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Installing Engineered Flooring

Engineered floors come with installation systems like tongue and groove or click-system assembly. The good news is that these are easy to put together, They do not require a lot of experience or adhesive and can be accomplished simply by following the manufacturer’s instructions, As the floor is made of  multiple layers of wood and is thus prone to expansion due to changes in heat and humidity, it is important at first to place the planks in the room where they will be laid as to acclimatise before installation. When laying down lay along with the length of the room for best results.

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Finishing Engineered Flooring

Pre Lacquered flooring is available however also unfinished is another option if you want to apply an oil or wax finish. engineered wood flooring is easy to repair using wax or maintenance oil, removing the need to sand the whole floor in the event of damage. Once you have applied to oil or wax you will notice the full grain and natural beauty of this amazing flooring.