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Engineered Wood Flooring

Engineered wood flooring is an excellent choice to add warmth and comfort to your home. Consisting of real wood combined with a high-density fibre or plywood core, engineered wood has all the natural characteristics of hardwood, with low-maintenance and durability. It is stable and will not warp making it ideal for underfloor heating which can be placed safely underneath. We have a great selection for you to buy here online. We also offer free samples to make the process easier.    
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Why Buy Engineered Wood Flooring?

Most people buy engineered flooring these days because it is easy to fit, is durable and affordable. It comes in a wide range of colours and finishes adding texture and character to any room. A well laid wooden floor will last for years and will never go out of fashion. That's why they have been the natural choice for centuries. Our flooring, which you can buy online. We have a wide range of colours and finishes that you can choose from the filters on the left.

Is Engineered Wood Flooring Waterproof?

Engineered wood flooring does offer some water resistance but it is not waterproof. It is more resistant to damage from water than real wood flooring because of the way it is made and the way the boards are fitted closely together, especially those that have a click and lock method. It is recommended that any spillages are mopped up and pooling water can seep between even the most closely fitting planks. 

How is Engineered Wood Flooring made?

Engineered wood flooring is real wood veneer which is fused to a soft wooden or plywood core. The top layer is made from real solid wood, This is the wear layer and comes in the different species of wood, carrying the wood grain and colour. Then there is a a backing layer which helps stabilise the wooden planks. The top layer comes in a range of thicknesses and this will determine the longevity of the flooring and how much it can be sanded back and refinished. 

What Is the difference between solid wood and an engineered wood floor?

Although engineered flooring is not a 100% solid wood product, it does possess a number of advantages over real wood flooring. Sold wood is of course one piece of wood cut into planks, whereas engineered wood flooring is a thick wood veneer fused to a plywood or softwood core.  Once installed, it is impossible to differentiate between the two products as it is the same real wood top which is visible that can still be sanded and refinished.

Is Engineered Wooden Flooring Better Than Solid Wood?

As a solid wood floor is a 100% natural wood from top to bottom it can be more susceptible to the effects of moisture and temperature change which can cause the planks to cup, warp, swell and split. Due to engineered wood having a multi-ply base the product is strengthened and offers greater stability to moisture and heat in comparison to a solid wood floor.

Can I see How The Floor Looks in Situ?

By using our Room Visualizer Tool you can to see how different types of flooring will look in their home or commercial space. This tool is particularly helpful for those who are unsure about which colour or finish to choose. You can then order three free samples to help you make your choice. 


Engineered flooring requires underlay just like any other floor. Please take a look at our wood floor underlay.


We have produced a comprehensive guide up the upkeep of your wood flooring here.


Read our wood flooring installation guide here.