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Engineered timber flooring is pure timber vaneer on top, generally ranging from 3mm to 6mm. It combines a real hardwood surface with a multilayered core of plywood.
This beautiful and cost-effective timber flooring solution is strong, durable, and less prone to splitting and gapping than solid timber flooring. It is a great choice for anyone to buy who desires the luxury of solid timber floors without the price or installation time.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF ENGINEERED TIMBER FLOORING?

No Pattern Repeat

Every floorboard is completely natural and offers a unique pattern.

Natural
Product

Sourced from sustainably produced, plantation grown timbers.

Unparalleled Beauty

Classic wood flooring is timeless and does not date.

Increases House Value

Unlike other synthetic floorcoverings, timber increases a property's value.

Truly
Eternal

A properly cared for and maintained timber floor can last for generations.

Cool in Summer,
Warm in Winter

As in all natural products, nature has a way of taking care of us.

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Engineered Timber Flooring

This type of flooring makes an ideal choice for anyone desiring the luxury of solid timber floors without the installation time or cost. Another benefit of engineered timber over solid timber is its ability to adapt well to all types of conditions.

While solid timber is at risk of warping, moving, expanding, or shrinking due to changes in weather or seasons, engineered timber maintains its quality. It is also less prone to splitting or gapping than solid timber floors, making it strong and exceptionally durable. Better yet, it is extremely low-maintenance and easy to care for.

Engineered floating floorboards can be installed quicker and easier than solid hardwood flooring since they come pre-finished. This eliminates the need for sealing, sanding, or staining during or after installation.

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Engineered timber flooring is pure timber vaneer on top; generally ranging from 3mm to 6mm. It combines a real hardwood surface with a multilayered core of plywood. Engineered timber floors are a strong, durable flooring option that is less prone to splitting and gapping than solid timber flooring. Engineered timber flooring is a great choice for anyone who desires the luxury of solid timber floors without the price or installation time.

Engineered timber flooring has the same look and feel as hardwood timber flooring, but can cost much less than solid timber. Another benefit of engineered timber over solid timber is the ability of engineered timber to adapt well to all types of conditions. Whereas solid timber might warp, fade, move, shrink, or expand due to changes in weather or season, engineered timber will maintain the same quality.

Engineered timber flooring can be installed far more quickly and easily than solid hardwood flooring. Most engineered timber products also come pre-finished, which means that sanding, staining, or sealing is required during or after installation. You can save time and money on installation costs by choosing engineered timber.

Engineered timber flooring is similar to laminate flooring due to its multilayered construction. However, laminate flooring is a completely synthetic product without the natural appeal of engineered timber. Laminate flooring, while made to resemble real hardwood, does not show the same colour and pattern variation as engineered timber.

Engineered timber floors can also have double or triple the lifetime of laminate floors. While you may end up paying more for engineered timber flooring, you will also guarantee many years of quality flooring in your home or business.

Engineered timber flooring is a great addition to many different rooms in your home. Engineered timber is a popular choice in many open areas in today's modern homes. They can provide a sense of enlargement even in smaller spaces.

Engineered timber floors would also be a great choice for a kitchen or dining space. Small rugs can be placed for added protection in kitchen spaces if you have concerns about scratches or spills. Engineered timber is hard-wearing, which makes it a perfect choice for rooms like the kitchen that are highly trafficked.

The main consideration you should give your engineered timber flooring is to choose special cleaners. You should avoid using generic detergents and other kinds of floor cleaners, which may cause permanent, lasting damage to your engineered timber flooring.

Otherwise, you should regularly sweep or vacuum dust and dirt that accumulate on your floors. Do not let liquid messes linger on your engineered timber floors, but you can use a dry or damp mop for a thorough cleaning. In many ways, engineered timber floors should be treated similarly to solid timber flooring due to the quality of the timber top layer.