Natural Oak 1 Strip Matt Lacquer 14mm x 130mm x 2200mmView Product
Oak 1 Strip Brushed and Oiled Natural Oak 14mm x 180mm x 2200mmView Product
Rustic Brushed - UV Lacquered Oak Flooring 18mm x 125mm x Various LengthsView Product
Summer Oak Nature Laminate Flooring 7mm x 193mm x 1380mmView Product
Updating your existing flooring is one of the quickest and easiest ways to give a room a new lease of life. However, with the vast range of options out there, it can be intimidating trying to select the right one for you and your budget. Below is a break down of the differences between laminate, engineered oak and solid oak floorings to help you make the right choice.
Laminate is the most affordable option, and the most versatile. Due to the nature of the product, a greater variety of styles can be printed on the surface, making it easier for you to find the right style for your home. It’s incredibly low maintenance and easy to take care of, all you’ll need to do is sweep, vacuum and occasionally damp mop to keep it looking its best. It’s ideal for those who enjoy DIY or want to save additional money on installation, as the 5G click installation is far easier.
Engineered Oak is a 3-layer 100% wood construction board, with a surface layer of genuine oak. This gives it the authentic style of true hardwood flooring, without the cost. Most are easy to install yourself thanks to the 5G installation. 5G installation can be up to 25% quicker than other systems – Herringbone styles can be a little more complicated. There are a wide range of oak colourings and styles to choose from, but all are sophisticated and stylish additions to your home.
Solid Oak Flooring is constructed from a solid piece of oak and is built to last. A true solid oak flooring is a genuine investment in your home and can last for generations if well maintained. The most expensive of the three types of flooring, but also the most attractive and long lasting.
Flooring Accessories are all the little added extras you need for the finishing touches to your new flooring.