From luxurious tones of wood to highly renowned brands (Kährs, Nätura, Barlinek, and Quickstep) to different species and thicknesses, Flooring Supplies have engineered wood floors to suit all homes and commercial spaces.
The Benefits of Engineered Wood Flooring
As the most popular wood floor, engineered flooring has a lot of benefits to offer, these include:
- Durable: engineered wood floors are constructed from several different layers of wood, making them stronger and perfect for those high-traffic areas.
- Affordable: they are less expensive than solid wood floors but look just as great.
- Various Styles: there are a range of engineered wood flooring designs, styles, wood grains, edging, finishes, and wood species including oak, walnut, ash, and beech.
- Moisture Resistance: engineered wood floors offer low-water resistance and are less prone to swelling, so are capable to use in kitchens and bathrooms, where real wood isn’t, just make sure you wipe up any spills.
- Compatible with Underfloor Heating: engineered wood flooring is also temperature resistant, where real wood isn’t, so they will not warp or shift when the temperature changes beneath the flooring.
- Simple Installation: with a click and locking system, installing engineered wood floors is an easy and simple process you can do it yourself or hire a professional.
Engineered Wood Flooring Types
From natural oak to darker-toned walnut floors, elevate your space, and invite warmth into your home by choosing, ordering, and installing one of our engineered wood floors. Whether you are renovating your new living space or redecorating your utility room, choose a base floor layer and build your interior around that colour palette. Our engineered wood flooring types include:
- Engineered Oak Flooring is the most popular choice and gives your home a warm traditional feel with its straight and swirling grain patters and silvery texture.
- Engineered Walnut Flooring is a luxurious dark engineered timber wood flooring, that has knots, attractive burrs, and unique grain patterns that can make a statement in any room.
- Engineered Ash Wood Flooring offers a beautiful, light-coloured tone and is a strong and flexible option for your home.
- Engineered Beech Flooring adds character and diversity to your room and has lightly speckled flecks within the pale graining, and even has slight undertones of pink.
- Engineered Maple Flooring is a light pale timber with darker soft graining.
Engineered Wood Flooring Colours and Finishes
Flooring Supplies offer a range of engineered wood flooring colours and finishes. From natural, light or dark, and colours including white, grey and black, choose a colour to fit your aesthetic.
Our natural engineered wood flooring is available in a range of colours such as light, medium, or dark brown and red hues. Depending on the type of wood species you choose, these colours can be different saturations or even combined with other tones. Darker engineered wood gives a more traditional warm feeling, and lighter tones portray an open and airy atmosphere.
If you prefer to create a basic colour palette, we have white, grey and black engineered wood flooring styles available. These engineered wooden floors still hold that warmth but are stained to fit an aesthetic. Create a bold statement with our black engineered wood flooring, or open up your living space and create a minimalistic look with our white engineered wood flooring. For a balance of styles and to add a contemporary atmosphere, alternatively, choose grey-coloured engineered flooring.
What Rooms are Suitable for Engineered Wood Floors?
Living rooms, conservatories, stairs, hallways, and basements - engineered floors are ideal to make a statement in any room and are compatible with underfloor heating so they are perfect for living areas in your home, especially in the winter to keep your home warm. Engineered wood flooring also benefits from being low-water resistant, so can also be laid in bathrooms and kitchens, but make sure you wipe any spillages before it soaks into the wood. Because it’s not completely waterproof, we don’t recommend installing engineered wood floors in wet rooms as it will damage and warp the wood.
With all the different options to choose from it can be hard to find the right engineered wood. To help, take a look at our engineered wood flooring guides. You can also order up to three free samples.
Engineered Wood Flooring Care and Maintenance Advice
For general upkeep, sweep or vacuum-engineered wood flooring regularly. Do not use a steam cleaner, wet mop, or bleach-based products as you will risk damaging your floor. For more detailed care advice read our Real Wood Floor Maintenance Guide.