Engineered wood floor is a natural and refined choice. Wooden floors are always better for your health and decidedly more durable than their synthetic substitutes. Unlike laminate floors, engineered wood flooring is cosy and warm to touch, has anti-static properties and avoids attracting dust and mites. This is why engineered wood floors are a product of choice for allergy sufferers. Moreover, engineered wood has excellent noise reduction qualities, while its water-absorbent character regulates the indoor climate conditions.

Engineered flooring we offer is made of three layers of cross-glued wood. This means that wood moves less and the balance between the layers is better, resulting in more stable floors even in varying temperatures and humidity. Engineered floors can be used with underfloor heating, and can also be sanded and lacquered multiple times, further extending their lifespan.

Prime Grade:
Is the highest grade of wooden flooring. It is also often described as AB high grade.

Cut of the center of the log, this grade of wood is uniform in its appearance and has very few knots, they tend to be small and unobtrusive. Futhermore the sap content of this wood is very low. Finally, and often one of the most important for people choosing a wood grade, the colour variation is minimal, but still there, due to the fact the wood is a natural product.

A prime grade will have a very uniformed look.

Select Grade:
Select Grade:Is the next grade of wooden flooring. Often described as ABC grade, this wood contains knots but less then Rustic Finish (Knots maximum 10mm diameter), some sap and colour variation.

Rustic Grade:
Is the final grade of wooden flooring. As the name suggests, it will display a larger range of colour variation, sap and will have more knots and filler, giving it a very nice, traditional vintage look.