Filters

Engineered Wood Flooring

Popular products

Showing 37–48 of 376 results

  • Oak Burgundy | Kahrs Engineered Wood
    Kahrs
    Original - European Naturals

    Oak Burgundy

    £94.49 Inc. VAT
  • Oak Cornwall | Kahrs Engineered Wood | Best at Flooring
    Kahrs
    Original - European Naturals

    Oak Cornwall

    £92.99 Inc. VAT
  • A living space with Kahrs Crater Oak.
    Kahrs
    Spirit - Rugged Collection

    Oak Crater

    £62.99 Inc. VAT
  • A kitchen using Kahrs Oak Dawn from the Lumen Collection.
    Kahrs
    Lumen

    Oak Dawn

    £58.99 Inc. VAT
  • Grey beige, Oak Dew flooring in a bedroom
    Kahrs
    Original - Harmony Collection

    Oak Dew

    £56.99 Inc. VAT
  • Kahrs Oak Dim in an open plan living space.
    Kahrs
    Lumen

    Oak Dim

    £79.49 Inc. VAT
  • Kahrs Oak Dusk in a space with storage and a pot plant.
    Kahrs
    Lumen

    Oak Dusk

    £58.99 Inc. VAT
  • Kahrs Oak Eclipse in a living space.
    Kahrs
    Lumen

    Oak Eclipse

    £58.99 Inc. VAT
  • A living space using Kahrs Fossil Oak
    Kahrs
    Spirit - Rugged Collection

    Oak Fossil

    £62.99 Inc. VAT
  • Kahrs Oak Glow in a bedroom.
    Kahrs
    Lumen

    Oak Glow

    £79.49 Inc. VAT
  • Oak Hampshire | Kahrs Engineered Wood | Best at Flooring
    Kahrs
    Original - European Naturals

    Oak Hampshire

    £89.48 Inc. VAT
  • A hallway with Kahrs Husk Oak.
    Kahrs
    Spirit - Rugged Collection

    Oak Husk

    £57.98 Inc. VAT

Why choose engineered wood flooring?

There are a number of benefits to engineered wood flooring. Firstly, it’s incredibly durable due to the make up of the planks, meaning it can withstand the footfall associated with busy family life. This construction also means that the majority of engineered plank flooring products are suitable to be used with underfloor heating systems. Secondly, there are a number of different styles, species and finishes to choose from. Whether you’re looking for the shine of a lacquered finish, the stunning natural golden appearance of oak or wanting a traditional parquet style of flooring, there’s an option to suit everyone’s taste. Thirdly and finally, natural engineered wood flooring is typically seen as great value for money when compared to solid wood flooring as it is cheaper to manufacture, easier to maintain and lasts longer with the correct care.

Where Can You Fit Engineered Wood Flooring?

Engineered wood flooring is a brilliant choice for general living areas such as dining and living rooms, hallways, kitchens and bedrooms. We would generally advise against fitting real wood engineered flooring in areas which are likely to be exposed to high levels of moisture such as bathrooms and utility rooms.

If you’re not too sure whether it’s suitable for a particular room in your home, our flooring suitability checker gives you a helping hand for all types of room, and what we recommend is the best flooring type.

How much does engineered wood flooring cost?

With so many products and brands on offer, it’s difficult to put an exact figure on how much engineered wood costs. Many people come to us on a budget, looking for cheap engineered wood flooring for their home, and so we stock a wide selection of affordable engineered wood flooring suitable for a range of budgets. We also offer discounts from time to time, as well as other benefits such as next day delivery on selected products.

Care and Maintenance

Normally, regular sweeping and mopping will keep your engineered wood floor in top condition, but if you’re in need of a few tips on how to care and maintain your engineered wood floor, head on over to our blog where you’ll find a range of articles created just for you.

FAQs
376