With our engineered flooring you have the option of top hardwood layer of 3mm to 6mm which would be sufficiently thick for 5 to 7 sandings’ and with standard domestic use you should only need to sand every 10-12 years. This would mean that our engineered wood flooring can last you a lifetime. It is possible to get flooring with a thinner top layer which would be cheaper but we feel that this is too thin and we are not willing to put our name to it.
Why Engineered Wood Flooring?
Many people want to have a real wood flooring but solid wood is expensive (it has to be cut from a solid log), difficult to install (you will need a qualified fitter) and inflexible.(the boards can expand and contract depending on the temperature and humidity) but there is no denying that it looks beautiful in your home; this is why so many people turn to engineered.
With engineered wood flooring you can easily install a highly flexible wood flooring that lasts for decades for less money that still looks as good as solid flooring boards. You can also have underfloor heating or install in a conservatory or other areas with engineered that are not possible with solid.
Maples and birch have one of the largest ranges of engineered flooring in the UK and we prided ourselves on the high quality of our collection. Our superior and design products are available to you at an affordable price. If you are unsure of engineered wood flooring is the best choice for you give our experts a call on 0845 293 9374 or use the live chat at the bottom of the page to discuss your options.
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