Engineered wood flooring is enormously durable, lasting for many years after installation. If the product does develop scratches and stains, then it can be sanded down up to three times. This is not something you will need to do for at least 15-20 years so that it will stay impressive for a long time. We also offer a generous 25 year guarantee!
The knots and grooves show a rustic, natural look. This is advantageous as the grooves can disguise scratches. Herringbone is on the flooring trend so you can rest assured you’ll remain in style. Homeowners often use it as a wow factor due to it’s classical look, making it a popular choice for hallways.
Oak is often chosen due to its authentic and easy-going appearance. Why not complement this flooring by going for a colour theme of deep purple or darker blue for your furniture? The bright colours will really lift the flooring’s honey tone all while keeping the naturalistic premise.
If you’re familiar with flooring, you’ll know that engineered wood is highly resilient and practical, ideal for rooms with an abundant of foot traffic such as the kitchen or hallway. The stunning oiled finish makes this flooring extra durable, all while keeping its natural appearance.
Perhaps one of its best qualities is that it is able to withstand differing temperatures, meaning you can install under floor heating, something the modern day is seeing more of in its homes. This makes it is a good choice for boiler rooms or conservatories, which can see hotter temperatures as opposed to other rooms.
The micro bevelled edges produce a stunning v shape, something that has proved very popular with homeowners this year. The diagonal pattern is discreet, assuring to keep your room looking calm but also adding more character than perhaps a plain floor would. The honey essence of this floor is sure to go well with any theme in your room, if that’s a dark burgundy or light blue, meaning that if your interior taste changes, then this floor will adapt to it nicely.