Engineered wood flooring is constructed using several layers of ply wood. these layers, usually between 3 and 12 are bonded and pressed to create an extremely strong bond.
Choosing between engineered wooden flooring and solid oak would require a little thought as to what will suit your home the best.
Engineered oak flooring could well be the answer to your flooring worries. If you are looking for that extra bit of authenticity and real feel that laminate flooring lacks.
We get asked on several occasions whether engineered flooring is in fact real wood or fake like it’s laminate alternative. Engineered wood is in fact used with real solid wood.
Every home and personal taste is different when it comes to wooden flooring. Each home owner will have their own ideas on
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With so many options available for your home including engineered flooring, laminate flooring and solid wooden flooring, here we will explain the differences and benefits of each to help you decide
The questions most people ask are:
What are the differences between the various types of wooden flooring?
With the majority of our work coming from recommendation it is safe to say that we have a very satisfied customer base that love to recommend our services. We often get booked up way in advance for various jobs including, solid, engineered and laminate flooring, vinyl fitting, kardean flooring and our
Wooden engineered flooring is generally constructed using the the tongue and groove system, meaning that the board features and a lip on one side and a groove on the other side so that the planks can be joined together securely. The boards are usually butted together at 45˚ to allow the tongue to easily
As we have discussed previously on this blog, Engineered Wooden Flooring is an all round solution to a solid wood floor look and feel at a fraction of the cost.
The planks are constructed of several layers of various woods and glued together in different directions to make a board that is resistant