Real wood flooring offers an abundance of advantages. It adds character, value, and insulation to a home. Real wood flooring is available in a variety of styles, colours, and patterns. Each panel is lovingly made to the highest quality. See our selection of real wood flooring below.
Engineered wood flooring is made up of four layers: a stabilising back layer, a core layer made of three options, HDF, plywood or softwood, the solid wood veneer, and an oil or lacquer finish. Lacquer finished floors offer more protection than oiled finished. Because of its many layers, engineered wood is highly unlikely to warp. It is an ideal choice for living spaces, conservatories, basements, hallways, and stairs. It also works well over underfloor heating, but make sure you have a Damp Proof Membrane (DPM) inbetween.
Due to engineered wood being such a popular choice, we have plenty of wood species to choose from. Species like oak, walnut, ash, beech, cherry and more. Not only is engineered wood flooring timeless, but it also operates as a great canvas for your interior design. It has a naturally long lifespan, so there's no worry that you won't get your money's worth.
What makes engineered wood flooring different? Read our engineered flooring guide to find out.
How do I know engineered wood flooring is right for me? Check out our engineered wood room suitability guide to find out.
Which is best: Solid or Engineered? Read our guide on the difference to find out the best option for you.
Our solid wood boards are popular due to their durability and natural finish. Solid wood flooring is made from a single piece of wood. This wood is then given grooved edges which allow the boards to fit together with the assistance of adhesive. With an abundance of styles and colours available, you are sure to find the right solid wood floor for your home.
Our luxurious solid wood flooring is a great choice for living spaces, hallways, and stairs. It should not be installed over underfloor heating, with the exception of Junckers products. They come in a range of species, including oak, beech, and maple. Our solid wood is low maintenance, so it is exceptionally easy to clean. Opting for solid wood flooring is also a great investment as it adds value to a property.
What actually is Solid Wood Flooring? Check out our Solid Wood Flooring Guide to find out.
Is Solid Wood suitable for my room? Read our Solid Wood Suitability guide for more.
The appearance of the floor is always altered by colour – what would different stains look like on a Solid Wood Floor?
Parquet wood flooring is available in either solid or engineered wood. It is made by assembling small slats of wood in a repeating pattern. It has an aesthetic like no other. Parquet flooring is known for its unique ability to add a modern, chic look to your home or create a classic atmosphere. This is because there are so many tones to choose from. Lighter options open up a potentially smaller room and dark colours add a layer of warmth.
Parquet wood flooring comes in a variety of patterns. Patterns include herringbone, chevron and more. Parquet is easy to clean, unlikely to stain, and adds a touch of class to a home.
What is parquet flooring? If you’re wondering, read our Parquet Flooring Guide now.
Want to learn how to fit parquet flooring? Check out our parquet installation guide.
Here are our top tips for keeping your parquet floor looking brand new.