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Engineered Timber

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Engineered Timber

Engineered Wooden Flooring is an excellent alternative to solid wood flooring, that looks just as good. It is made up of various layers, including wood at its core, beneath a hardwood veneer. The hardwood veneer is, of course, the most important for most of it, as this is what we must look at every day once the flooring has been laid. The top layer will typically have a coating that gives it a unique finish such as lacquer, rustic, antique and smoked. It could be made from a variety of woods including Walnut and Oak.  

Why use Engineered Wooden Flooring?  

  • Manufactured for wood that is 100% natural 

  • Engineered timber can be both sanded and refinished as necessary. 

  • Ideal for home, office and high-traffic commercial applications, Engineered Timber Flooring combines the beauty of natural wood with a flooring that is strong, secure and reliable.  

  • The layered design creates a type of flooring that is stable and resilient against both heat and moisture, two areas that solid wood flooring is generally weak.  

  • Installation of Engineered Flooring is far easier than solid wood flooring, and once the flooring has been fitted, the tongue-and-groove profile ensures that there are no gaps between the pieces.  

Engineered Flooring is available in four size options: 

12.5mm. Manufactured from solid oak with a 2.2mm wear layer, this flooring is brushed matt lacquered and includes a high-density fibreboard (HDF) core that is resistant against moisture. 

14mm. Constructed from solid oak with a 3mm wear layer, this one has a real wood core. It is available in three different finishes: UV brushed, oiled & lacquered or oiled & brushed. 

18mm. With a solid 4mm wear layer, this is a rustic grade of engineered timber flooring that offers both acoustic and thermal properties. It is available in three options: lacquered, oiled or brushed matt lacquered. It is sold in random lengths that are 400 to 1800mm in size. 

20-22mm. Suitable for structural and load-bearing applications, this flooring guarantees excellent acoustic and thermal properties. The 20mm flooring has a 4mm wear layer, whilst the 22/21mm engineered flooring has a 6mm wear layer.