COVERING LONDON AND PARTS OF ESSEX, MIDDLESEX, HERTFORDSHIRE & KENT
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Laminate flooring is extremely hard wearing and is scratch and water resistant, ideal for high traffic areas. Laid as a floating floor via a click system there is no need for adhesives. It has a High Density Fibre (HDF) core board with a photographic image on top, which is coated with a tough melamine wear layer.
Solid wood Flooring is typically laid via a method referred to as secret nailing, which secures the floor to the existing floor boards using nails. Solid wood floors are not suitable for concrete sub-floors. An advantage of Solid wood is it can be sanded many times and is available in a variety of finishes such as lacquered, oiled and brushed and oiled.
Engineered Wood offers the appearance of a solid wood without the need for nailing or gluing and is ideal for areas where solid wood is not recommended such as on a concrete sub-floor. Available in tongue and groove glue system and click system, both of which are laid as a floating floor. It consists of layered tiers of real wood pressed together, with a veneer finish top ranging from 0.5 to 6mm and is available in a lacquered or oiled finish, which can be sanded.