ENGINEERED FLOORING

TIMBER FLOORING | 10 + MATERIALS & FINISHES

Are you building, renovating or revamping your home and looking for the right timber flooring? Flooring is a vital design element in any interior and it’s the first thing you will see when you open the door. Engineered timber flooring combines a tough, real hardwood surface with multiple layers of plywood ensuring further structural integrity. It is remarkably strong and more resistant to moisture than solid timber flooring. Engineered timber flooring is admired by homeowners for its beauty and durability. It can instantly set the mood and style of a room, as well as add value to your property. Whether you want a light-toned floor or a rich, dark one, a fine-grained or an authentic look, engineered timber offers a great selection with finishes and colours to suit your taste. Oak timber species is perfect for creating a rustic or modern look with its fine grain structure and many finishes.

ENGINEERED FLOORING BRANDS

Valinge – Leading the Flooring Technology
BKB PARQUET
STP Flooring
Woodline Parquetry

ENGINEERED FLOORING

TYPES & STYLES

Oak Rustic Flooring

HDF Core
Engineered Hardwood Flooring

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Skinny Oak

2mm wire brushed European Oak Rustic top face, on-top of a 7mm HDF core and a 1mm Pine backing for greater dimensional stability

Key Features ….

  • 2 mm solid oak with HDF core – 10mm thickness
  • 192 mm wide x 1210 mm length
  • brushed finish, supplied natural
  • can be finished in a variety of colour
  • 25 year limited residential warranty
Oak Engineered Flooring

3 Ply Core
Engineered Hardwood Flooring

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3 Ply Core

3-ply engineered Oak Wood Flooring comes unfinished with a 3mm smooth finish European Oak top face, on-top of a 10mm 3-ply Pine core and a 1mm Poplar backer for greater dimensional stability

Key Features ….

  • 3 mm solid oak with ply core – 14mm thickness
  • 190 & 220 mm wide x 1860 mm & 2200 mm length
  • rustic brushed & clear grade surfaces in unfinished
  • can be finished in a variety of colour
Multi-Ply Core

Multi-Ply Core
Engineered Hardwood Flooring

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Identify your Style

Unfinished with a 3mm wire brushed European Oak Rustic top face, on-top of a 10mm Multi-layer core and a 1mm pine backing for greater dimensional stability

Key Features ….

  • 4 mm solid oak with ply core – 15mm thickness
  • 190, 240 & 300 mm wide x 1860 & 2200 mm length
  • rustic brushed & clear grade surfaces in unfinished
  • can be finished in a variety of colour
Jatoba Engineered Flooring

Jatoba
Engineered Hardwood Flooring

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Classy

Finished in 8% super matt lacquer, that brings out the colour of the Jatoba. Topped with 4 mm smooth finish Jatoba top face, on-top of a 10mm 3-ply Pine core and a 1mm Poplar backer for greater dimensional stability

Key Features ….

  • 4 mm solid jatoba with ply core – 15mm plank
  • 190 mm wide x 1860 mm length
  • supplied in super matt varnish
Walnut Engineered Hardwood Flooring

Walnut
Engineered Hardwood Flooring

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Like nothing you’ve seen

Finished in 8% super matt lacquer, that brings out the colour of the walnut. Topped with 4 mm smooth finish walnut top face, on-top of a 10mm 3-ply Pine core and a 1mm Poplar backer for greater dimensional stability

Key Features ….

  • 4 mm solid walnut with ply core – 15mm plank
  • 190 mm wide x 1860 mm length
  • supplied in super matt varnish

ENGINEERIED FLOORING

30 + COLOURS AND FINISHES

Engineered Flooring: Exactly What Is It?

Engineered hardwood floors are made up of layers. The top layer is 100% natural wood, which comes in a variety of species. The bottom layer is also wood. In the middle is a core built from 5 to 7 layers of plywood that crisscross in different directions. Engineered construction creates a highly stable core that is less likely to expand, contract or shift when exposed to moisture, humidity and temperature

Detail Engineered Flooring

Engineered flooring adds value and structure to your home and are available in various species types, stains and sizes. Engineered flooring is also supplied with a v groove as shown in the image, this highlights each plank and gives you the full view of the plank size.

Flooring Joints

With a few exceptions, engineered wood flooring is available in a wide range of styles, ranging from traditional to specialty designs with features like multi-tonal colors and handcrafted tool markings. Certain looks, such as extra-wide planks, may only be possible with engineered wood.

The difference between solid wood and engineered flooring

Engineered wood can be sanded and refinished several times throughout the life of the floor. If your durability concerns are around moisture, humidity or temperature, engineered is the way to go. Its layered construction provides stability against environmental changes. Premium engineered products come with warranty and top quality finish for superior scratch protection. Engineered flooring is more affordable than solid wood flooring. Engineered flooring can be installed over your existing floor for quick and easy installations, where solid wood flooring would require a raised sub floor or to be glued down.

Engineered Flooring vs Solid

Engineered Flooring: Where can it be used?

Engineered flooring can be used only indoors. This flooring is suable to be used in both home and offices. Due to the cost of these flooring types it’s mostly used in upmarket homes and exclusive companies. Engineered wood is an excellent choice for areas where solid hardwood cannot be installed, like in basements, over concrete floors or over radiant heating systems. Engineered flooring can also be installed in kitchens.

How to Clean Laminate Flooring?

So now that you have your floors installed, the next step is to ask yourself: How do I clean my Laminate Flooring?
Proper maintenance can ensure that your floors serve for their maximum lifespan. Just like all wood or wood composite floors, engineered flooring should not be exposed to stagnant pools of water for extended amounts of time, therefore, always clean up spills as soon as possible. Engineered flooring can be wet mopped but is not full water proof. To preserve the life of your floors and flooring finishes we recommend that no harsh chemicals and detergents are used in cleaning your floors. Even though these floors can be mopped, we do suggest to use a well rinsed mop when cleaning.
Avoid dragging objects onto your flooring, install carpet pieces under your chairs and other furniture items that may be moved or dragged.

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+27 31 205 1656

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+27 78 057 1126

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527 Lena Ahrens Rd, Glenwood, 4001

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