Engineered Wood Floors

Simply Floors installs a wide range of Engineered Wood Flooring into homes across the South East, including London and Surrey. You can choose from a number of different finishes, from clean oak to warm maples.

Our engineered wood floors not only look great in a variety of rooms, but because they feature a real wood finish, they will age naturally, just like a solid wood floor.

Our products come from a chosen group of suppliers, which means you will receive a great quality engineered wood floor at a reasonable price. Well-known manufacturers we deal with include BerryAlloc and Kährs.

To discuss your requirements for an engineered wood floor, please call our team on 020 8942 1234 or request a quote.


How to choose engineered wood flooring

Each floorboard of an engineered wood floor is made by gluing three or four layers of wood at right-angles which creates a plank between 1-2 centimetres thick. On top is then attached a real wood veneer, which is about half a centimetre thick. This layer of real wood on top means that the floor can be sanded back and treated should it become damaged or worn. There are a number of finishes available, so you can choose the look you prefer most.

Like any wood floor, this type of floor is best suited to dry areas. If you are looking for a floor for a bathroom or other area where it could be subjected to significant changes in temperature or humidity, we recommend you talk to us about the various choices available.

Engineered wood flooring is usually less costly than solid wood floors. However, it provides an end-result that is closer to solid wood than a laminate can give.

This type of wood flooring is designed to fit together well, however it can sometimes be a bit fiddly to lay. To ensure your floor is perfectly flat, we would recommend using one of our experienced fitters.


For details of our engineered wood flooring, please speak to one of our team on 020 8942 1234 or request a quote.


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