Wednesday, 26 February 2020

Engineered Parquet Flooring Options

Engineered hardwood floors is a really popular flooring option nowadays for anyone seeking a real wood floor look. Not to be confused with laminate flooring, which is fake hardwood floors, engineered hardwood flooring is an extremely versatile and affordable flooring solution and comes in a parquet style alternative.

The reason why that engineered timber flooring is more versatile than solid timber is down to its construction. Engineered hardwood floors is a very cleverly made up flooring option that doesn't expand and contract to the same extent as wood. Generally speaking, strong hardwood floors is not suited to any component of the house which is exposed to significant temperature and moisture changes because such corrective changes will make it expand and contract, resulting in potentially serious gaps and harm in the longer term.

Engineered hardwood flooring is created by bonding together distinct layers of woods to make a good center board, upon which a strong (typically) oak surface is added. This combo of the smart use of solid plywood and strong, attractive walnut is the thing that makes engineered timber floors look like solid timber, but using the built-in attraction of becoming stronger and more secure. No matter whether you select single, double or triple board boards, or whether you're looking for a parquet search for your flooring, an engineered alternative is currently available, which actually opens up your own choices.

Parquet flooring extends back several years to round the mid 1600's and is highly desired and recognisable within an inside design that has endured the test of time. Parquet floors is presently enjoying a true renaissance and if you find the alternatives offered within our engineered parquet floors range, it's easy to see why.

As we have mentioned, parquetry goes back a lengthy way and can be highly recognisable thanks to
its geometric structure. At one time, putting parquet flooring took immense patience and wasn't a task for its faint-hearted, requiring years of ability to get it right. With different species and colours of wood cut into small square or rectangular blocks, several ages ago, laying parquet floors was a true art and something which could take weeks from start to end, rather than just a few days.

Happily there are a lot easier ways to accomplish your desired look now. We now have three chevron options in stock, meaning that regardless of in which area of the home that you wish to find this legacy appearance, you can. The best thing about engineered hardwood floors is that you may even put in it in kitchens and bathrooms in addition to over under floor heatingsystem, which means that you may find the parquet look you are after, whichever room you are seeking to re-floor.

The 3 choices of chevron flooring we've will allow you to create your choice of colour and finish in addition to grade of walnut. The first alternative is Select Engineered Chevron Flooring, that was Brushed and White Oiled. This floor is ideal for anyone who is looking for a light colored and organic appearance parquet flooring option. It actually will lighten up even the darkest distance along with the oiled finish permits the actual beauty of the walnut to stick out to its finest.

If you are at the point you know you want a parquet look and you realize you want a tiled flooring, but you are not sure if you would like an oiled or lacquered finish, instead, this floor is ideal for you. By selecting this Stratford Floor Sanding Alternative, you can choose your own finish once your floor has been fitted. But if you have got a busy family, with a great deal happening, you are very likely to be seeking out a lacquered finish so that your flooring will stand up to everything life throws at it. If that is true, then you'll be swooned by this alternative. This third option that we have in our range is perfect for busy families with high traffic footfall as well as a fair share of sunlight to handle.

So there you have three great engineered parquet flooring options that can be used throughout your home, without needing to spend days and weeks cutting blocks of timber and fitting them one by one to create your desired look!