Engineered floors have been designed for several reasons, they are built up from different wood types using widely available sustainable wood types as a base, such as Birch, Pine, Eucalyptus or others, combined with a top-layer of higher quality decorative varieties, such as European Oak, Walnut Maple, Jatoba and others. This results in a more environmentally economical use of higher quality wood species.
It also creates a more stable flooring product, with less natural movement, so that it can be used in conditions where a solid product would be less suitable, such as over Under Floor Heating.
20 mm – Available in 180 mm wide
8 mm top-layer of Oak on 12 mm of Birch plywood.
18 mm – Available in 140, 180, 220, 260 and 300 mm wide
6 mm top-layer of Oak on 12 mm of Birch plywood.
13 mm – Available in 140 or 180 mm wide
4 mm top-layer of Oak on 9 mm Birch plywood. Not structural.
We also offer mixed widths, enquire for more information
A traditional product made from a single wood type all the way through. These floors have been used for centuries, with timeless use in traditional settings. We produce these floors 20 mm thick making them suitable for structural use. They are not suitable for the use on Under Floor Heating, where an engineered floor should be used for greater stability.
20 mm – Available in 140, 180 and 220 mm wide
20 mm of solid European Oak.
Our floors are available with bevelled edges along the long sides of the boards. Bevelled edges accentuate the width of the boards, hide natural movement and provide aesthetically long lines in the floor. Square edged boards provide a more traditional look, especially when used with a distressed surface texture.