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Your living room will be transformed with the introduction of a beautiful engineered wood floor and is the perfect room to show it off. Hard-wearing and luxurious, why would you not want this flooring in your lounge?

Dining Room

Again this low maintenance wood flooring is a great choice for the dining room. No need to worry about food spills as the surface can easily be cleaned with a mop – as long as it’s been well wrung out. Bring elegance to your dining room with wood flooring.


Where else would you want opulent comfort if not the bedroom? With a wide choice of styles and woods, your only issue will be which one to choose. Engineered wood flooring in your bedroom? Go on, treat yourself!

Hall & Landing

These high traffic areas needs something that will stand the test of time. Hard-wearing engineered wood will do the job just fine – and add a touch of glamour to this well used part of the home.


Some lacquered engineered wood can be used in a bathroom but it’s always best to check the manufacturer’s recommendations before installing in this wet and humid space.


Not as humid or wet as bathrooms, kitchens are ideal rooms for engineered wood flooring. You’ll get a beautiful finish and any spillages can be cleaned up simply with a microfibre or well-wrung mop.

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Oak Wood Flooring

Oak wood flooring

Solid oak is one of the most sought after and expensive materials for flooring. With engineered oak flooring, you can enjoy the gorgeous opulence of oak without the hefty price tag of solid wood. The classic finish achieved with oak is second to none and there are lots of shades and variations to choose from, meaning oak will suit any home.

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Walnut Wood Flooring

Walnut wood flooring

Walnut engineered wood flooring gives a beautifully dark, atmospheric feel to any space. With engineered walnut, you get all the beauty and ambience of solid wood, without breaking the bank and minus the worry of ongoing maintenance.

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Beech Wood Flooring

Beech wood flooring

This naturally light coloured engineered wood flooring will give you a floor for life. The light and warm tones of beech go with any colourway and the durable nature of engineered wood means it will last and last, so redecorate to your heart’s content!

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Maple Wood Flooring

Maple wood flooring

Like beech, maple is light in colour and features all the grain and knot detailing that you would normally expect from solid wood. Engineered maple wood flooring will give your home a natural feel and will add a neutral base to any room, meaning you can decorate and restyle with greater ease and freedom regarding colour choice and design.

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A Guide to Underlay

Underlay Guide

We have underlay to suit every budget, room and flooring type. Learn more about the importance of underlay by reading our guide to underlay.

A Guide to Flooring Accessories

Flooring Accessories Guide

Add the final touches to your room with flooring accessories. Read about what you need in order to achieve that faultless finish.

Samples Service

Order up to four free flooring samples and have them delivered right to your door.

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Home Estimates

We offer home estimates, a professional measuring service and expert flooring surveys.

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Professional Fitting

Take the hassle out of flooring: choose our recommended fitting service, approved by Which? Trusted Traders.

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Collect in Store

Need your order sooner? Choose our fast Click & Collect Store service.

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Uplift & Disposal

We offer an uplift and disposal service to make getting rid of your old flooring easy.

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Engineered wood flooring care guide

Keep you new wood flooring looking its best with handy tips on how to care for your floor.

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How to lay engineered wood flooring

Looking to fit your new wood flooring yourself? Read our handy fitting guide now.

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