Quality Multi-Ply Engineered Hardwood Flooring:
V4 Engineered Wood Flooring:
Kersaint Cobb Engineered Wood Flooring:
Collection of Stained & UV Oiled Oak Boards in different widths which can be used together to create a unique and stylish look.
Selection of 18mm & 20mm multi ply Engineered Boards in Oak, Nutmeg and Walnut - Lacquered and UV Oiled.
Selection of 14mm multy-ply Engineered Boards Stained & UV Oiled
Atkinson & Kirby Engineered Wood Flooring:
A collection of bespoke coloured and natural oiled Oak.
14mm, 15mm and 18mm boards with a 4mm hardwood wear layer and 22mm boards with a 6mm hardwood wear layer.
Ted Todd Engineered Wood Flooring:
A unique selection of engineered boards which are constructed of nothing less than 100% hardwood.
From fine French Oak to contemporary stained and fumed Oak, these stunning ranges of engineered board will add class and style to any room.
Engineered Walnut Flooring:
Steirer Parkett Wood Flooring:
Click System engineered boards of various wood species to cater for those who prefer a lighter flooring, or a more vibrant look including exotic hardwoods such as Jatoba and Merbau.
Cheetah Engineered Wood Flooring:
Mixed range of engineered hardwood floors offering diversity in colour, finishes and board sizes. Can be glued, nailed or floated.
Hardwood floor fitter - Supply and Fitting Service.
Engineered Flooring when fitted looks very similar to a solid wood floor yet its composition is quite different. Engineered flooring is made of several layers of cross plywood, with an upper veneer layer of genuine solid wood. This veneer layer varies between 2mm and 8mm depending on the price and quality that you purchase. Incidentally Laminate flooring is not a genuine solid wood veneer it is a picture of wood bonded to a backing board.
The cross ply structure of Engineered Wood Flooring gives strength and stability which has many advantages and counteracts the problems often encountered with solid wood flooring like cupping and tenting at the slightest sign of moisture. Engineered floors are suitable for kitchens and bathrooms and even some basements. They are ideal for under floor heating as well.They can be laid in a variety of ways, but the most common and popular is to float the floor on a good quality underlay. This method is much easier, less messy, quicker and therefore cheaper than gluing or nailing which is the method used for fitting solid wood floors. Engineered Wood Flooring comes in a wide range of styles and designs, from rustic grains to tranquil floors with uniform patterning and everything in between! Most engineered floors are prefinished which means that they can be used immediately after fitting. However unfinished boards are also available for certain circumstance.They are easy to maintain and are far more hygienic than fitted carpets. With the proper care and attention, your engineered wood floor will last a lifetime.Wooden floors these days are extremely fashionable adding tremendous value to any home. Estate agents state that “homes with wooden floors sell twice as easily as those without”.
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