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What is the difference between laminate and engineered flooring?

black american walnut

Laminate flooring is made from High Density Fibreboard (HDF), normally 6-8mm thick. It is a low-cost way to get the look of a wooden floor. Boards have a paper laminate printed with a high-resolution wood image, with a clear protective coating on top. The floor is designed for the DIY market and installation is relatively […]

Why White Stained Wood?

Super White Textured engineered oak hardwood floor London Stock 180mm

  White stained wood is perfect for cool and fresh interiors. Staining removes brown and yellow tones leaving you with a rustic bare wood effect that’s ideal for shabby-chic décor. White or bleached wood is a popular Scandinavian-style floor covering, used to lift and lighten interiors, thus counterbalancing long and bleak Nordic winters. If you […]

4 Luxury Engineered Wood Floors

Genuine super Teak engineered wood floor wide plank 189mm

Wood4Floors offer wooden floors to suit all tastes and all budgets. If you’re looking for something extra special, we’ve featured four of our high-end floors for inspiration. Each is from our super-engineered structural tongue and groove flooring range. Boards are at least 20mm thick, with a generous 6mm layer of solid wood, designed for a […]

Special Offer Stained Wooden Floors

Super engineered wide oak handscraped smoked stain 189 mm

We’ve been busy reducing the prices of engineered timber in our stained collection. Stained wood is a good choice if you’re looking for something that’s full of character. The stain enhances the natural beauty of wood, making individual character marks and knotting more visible…working with Mother Nature to give you a distinctive floor covering. For […]

Wood4Floors Website Revamp

NEW WEBSITE EASY ORDERING

We’ve completely re-vamped our website to make it easier to find wood flooring that’s perfect for you. Our fresh-look site, with high-quality imagery is designed to give you the best possible experience. Here’s a walk-through guide to help you get the most from Wood4Floors.   Sorting options Over our 35 years in business, the Wood4Floors […]

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