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The beauty of wooden flooring

Wooden flooring has a real beauty and charm.  It can add character and sophistication to any size or style of room.  Wood is a natural floor covering which can look amazing in any style, shape or size of room.  A hardwood flooring not only looks stunning, but it is also easy to care for and can last for decades if looked after properly.

 

What is wooden flooring?

Wooden flooring is simply flooring planks that have been made from hardwood.  The species of wooden flooring is usually Oak, but you can also find Walnut, Maple and Hickory. Wooden flooring can either be solid wood (where the whole plank is one piece of wood),or engineered wood (solid wood on the top and plywood base layers underneath). Both solid wood and engineered wood flooring will look the same once you have installed it.  All that you will see is the solid layer of wood on the top.

You have a wide choice of styles, sizes and wooden flooring options.  Plank style flooring is the traditional planks of flooring, laid in a staggered pattern.  Alternatively you could choose parquet block flooring.  This is small wooden blocks that you can install in either a brickbond, herringbone or basket weave pattern.

Whichever style or type of hardwood that you choose, you will not be disappointed!

 

Why should I choose wooden flooring?

Here are just a few reasons to choose a wooden floor:

  • The beauty of wooden floors is real – you are getting a natural product that adds beauty and charm to your room.
  • Your flooring can last a lifetime of your look after it carefully – read our Wood Floor Care Guide for tips and advice.
  • A hardwood floor can transform your room, and the natural colours will easily match any existing or new colour scheme.
  • You can use engineered wood flooring with underfloor heating. It is really versatile and can be used in more rooms in your home, with the exception of wet areas.
  • Some species of wood, like Oak, are hardwearing and durable. They are also extremely easy to clean.
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