Regular maintenance requires little more than sweeping with a soft bristle broom or vacuuming for dust/debris build up in grooves. Oil soaps should not be used to clean Wooden Floors. Excessive grit and foot traffic may affect appearance, however sanding can renew the look of your Wood Flooring. Variations and abrasions attained over time through normal use tend to give the Wooden Flooring more character. Avoid walking on your Hardwood Wooden Flooring in high heels.
Skirting and Profiles
To complete your Engineered Wood installation you will need finishing profiles and skirting, we have a wide variety of finishing profiles and skirting available to match your choice of Engineered Wood.
Engineered Wood Flooring can be installed in the following ways, glue down, floating, and nail down. The most common installation methods for this type of flooring are floating or glue down. Glue down offers less of a hollow noise when walking on and less floor movement. However the floating method is easy to install and allows you to install over almost any floor covering, such as plywood, ceramic tile, linoleum floors, and concrete. Nail down installation is a traditional method allowing cavity space between the floor and the concrete.
Please note that images on this website are studio shot images which give a relatively accurate account of the final look of the floor installation. Lighting obviously can have an affect on slight visual colour differences. It is therefore highly recommended that you see a physical sample prior to making any final selection decisions. Final selections from the website will be your responsibility.