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Engineered Hardwood Flooring

Engineered

Engineered Flooring Breakdown

Engineered wood flooring is all engineered by type as this has much greater stability than solid wood flooring. Pre-finished flooring is a great advantage as it eliminates the messy and time-consuming task of sanding and finishing on site. Engineered timber flooring is made up of many layers fixed and epoxy glued together, with a top layer (or wear layer) of beautiful hardwood which is glued to a base of material such as plywood or HDF. The base layer significantly increases stability and help to prevent shrinkage, cupping, and warping. 

Once installed an engineered floor is indistinguishable from a solid Hardwood floor.

All our standard engineered wood flooring comes boxed and prefinished from the manufacturing plant with a lacquer finish and requires no further finishing after installation. Prefinished engineered flooring is the way of the future, making life easy for you. Not only appropriate for flooring, but most of this collection is also perfect for bar counters, feature walls and ceilings! 

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Engineered Flooring Breakdown

Engineered timber flooring is durable, affordable and easy to maintain. When cared for, engineered wood floors will last a lifetime. We can source a range of quality engineered hardwood flooring. These include Ultra 21mm Pre-Finished Engineered flooring, SmartFloor 15mm Pre-Finished Engineered flooring, WoodLine 14.2mm Pre-Finished Engineered Flooring, Manor Collection and Our Luxury Engineered Wood Flooring Collection.

Engineered oak flooring is a renewable and sustainable The production Engineered Oak flooring requires low energy levels and has high insulation properties. 

Nufloors engineered flooring installers have direct access to our multiple suppliers; we can pass the savings on to you as our customer. NuFloors friendly wooden floor installers are fully skilled and are more than willing to guide you through the floor installation procedure whether your required finish is a PreFinished or an onsite finishing polyurethane System.

So, why choose Engineered flooring? Many features and benefits are exclusive to this type of hardwood flooring. It provides a soft, comfortable surface that is visually stunning. It will continue to look beautiful and will always look fashionable, and timber flooring is known for being highly hard wearing. Due to the toughness of this surface, it makes an excellent, cost-effective investment, as it will leave you with a timber surface that can last a lifetime. 

Even if any damage is done, it is easy to resurface and restore the timber flooring back to the original state, so in that respect, there isn’t much risk associated with this type of wooden flooring.

The Benefits of Engineered Flooring? - When you are thinking of Building New, renovating or feel you need a change in your home, timber flooring is often overlooked. However, new engineered timber flooring can help transform a space, helping update and modernise a room.

Engineered Flooring Colours? With many types of wood flooring species available, there is an extensive range of colours - from pale Whitewashed to the warmer Browns, right through to darker woods such as the brown/black species. Unfinished Engineered timber species can also be stained, staining wood floors can create a blackened finish or whitewashing to create a much paler finish. Dark floors can add drama and contrast, however, if you decide to go very dark be aware that dirt will be more visible. Mid-range colours are more forgiving. Light floors will look more contemporary.

Engineered Timber flooring is highly durable, so with the correct floor installation, the timber will not stain, which makes it an incredibly easy surface to clean. You can have peace of mind when hosting a party or be worrying when you drop a bottle of red wine, unlike carpet, timber floors can be cleaned up in a matter of minutes, with no damage in sight.

When choosing a type of timber flooring, decisions are often related to cost, longevity, maintenance, and convenience. Wooden floors are hard to overlook as they provide an easy solution to all of these questions while leaving you with a fantastic addition to your home. So if you decide that is the floor for you, then you can be assured that you have made a great choice. Now you just have to decide which type you would like. For more information on the type of timber flooring, we supply, please visit our Shop Pages.

Installing Engineered Timber floors? Once the concrete or timber subfloor has been prepared, The flooring installation begins, the Engineered flooring is glued to the subfloor with a direct stick glue, (see our accessories products Page)  

A glued down timber floor installation has every board firmly fixed to the subfloor and relies on the stability of the adhesive, with appropriately placed expansion gaps to allow for seasonal movement. 

A glued down floor has a more solid sound when walked on, and the total thickness is 14-21mm from the subfloor, depending on the timber flooring chosen. Our flooring team will advise you as to which is the best method for your specific timber floor, to ensure no cupping or shrinking occurs. 

Floating Engineered Flooring? We recommend our Woodline range or the UrbanPlank range.

Engineered flooring installation - what to expect? - Polished timber floors add warmth, richness, and value to any home, they stay looking great for years and often take on their patina and character over time. As a solid surface, it will not harbor dirt, pet hairs, dust mites or molds, ensuring a better living environment for allergy sufferers. Solid Engineered flooring is easily kept clean with the use of a damp, anti-static mop. There are numerous colours, textures, and sizes to choose from, making it a very flexible material to work with.