Engineered Wood Flooring Species Options
Engineered Oak Flooring
Engineered Oak floors are by far the most popular choice of wood species and come in a large range of colours. Oak is distinctive for its straight and swirling graining patterns which can have a silvery texture. Rays and knotting give that traditional and classic appearance. Over time it will grow slightly darker in direct sunlight.
Engineered Walnut Flooring
Engineered Walnut flooring is recognised as a luxurious dark timber. With its distinctive knots, attractive burrs and unique grain patterns it can make a real design statement to any home. Walnut has both straight and irregular graining patterns that offer an exciting variation to other woods. In sunlight it lightens over time.
Engineered Ash Flooring
Engineered Ash flooring is beautiful, light coloured, strong and flexilble option. Best described as a pale creamy wood, Ash has a bold, straight, moderately open grain and distinctive patterns and markings. In sunlight it darkens over time.
Engineered Beech Flooring
Engineered Beech flooring is pale with slight undertones of pink and a softly speckled surface. These light flecks within the graining add character and diversity to the flooring. Beech is great at resisting dents as it has a similar hardness to Oak but a straighter, more regular grain. In sunlight it darkens over time.
Engineered Jatoba Flooring
Thanks to its inherent beauty, rich colours and exceptional hardness Jatoba engineered floors are one of the most popular exotic wooden floors available. Boasting a deep, dark, reddish hue, Jatoba is a is certainly an unusual floor. It's also one of the hardest woods available for flooring.
Engineered Maple Flooring
Engineered Maple floors are generally best described as being a light or pale timber with darker soft figuring and graining which gives the room a clean airy feel. One of the hardest of all hardwoods, Maple is a very durable wood. It has a warm and light colour which suits most rooms and styles.
Engineered Cherry Flooring
With a fine, frequently wavy but uniform texture, engineered Cherry flooring has distinctive and unique characteristics. The colours range from reddish brown to blond, with deep, rich colours throughout. It's a fairly soft wood which darkens with age. Cherry has a warm homely tone and individually stylish hue.
Engineered Jarrah Flooring
Engineered Jarrah floors (also know as Australian Eucalyptus) are uniformly pinkish to dark red with rich dark mahogany tones. The wood often has a smooth surface and straight grain that continues to turn deep reddish brown and reddish purple hues with age and exposure over the years.
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