10mm HDF Engineered Wood

Crafted with convenience in mind, the new type of HDF engineered wood flooring has become one of the more popular flooring solutions, both in the UK and across the world. A great alternative to plywood engineered floors, HDF flooring features a high density fibreboard core base along with the traditional solid wood top layer.

Made from wooden particles bonded with high-quality resin, the dense HDF core offers great stability and strength, even compared to some plywood engineered wood flooring, for example planks made with pine plywood. What HDF flooring may slightly lack in resilience compared to hardwood or plywood engineered floors, it more than makes up in stability and durability. The thinner planks ensure that the floors can withstand the pressures of a busy room with heavy foot traffic, as the thinner build and the quality resin along with the tightly compressed particles help to reduce the strain on the floor’s structure.

Similarly to plywood, HDF flooring will absorb moisture in the air, which means that these types of floors are not suitable for areas with high humidity, like bathrooms and kitchens. But they are perfect for all other areas in a modern home, including living rooms, bedrooms, and hallways. More cost effective compared to other types of engineered wood or solid wood flooring, HDF planks provide the ideal solution to complete home makeover projects to a high standard of quality and on a budget.

The wooden particles are often recycled from leftovers and offcuts of the flooring manufacturing process. This makes HDF engineered wood floors a greener flooring option, offering an environmentally friendly solution to transform a modern home. Available in a wide range of varieties and finishes, the collection of HDF floors you can find at Best at Flooring suits any décor and preference. From oiled oak planks to glossy lacquered planks or matt finishes, here you’ll discover the perfect HDF flooring for your home makeover plans.

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