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Unfinished Engineered Flooring

Flooring 365 can provide a huge range of unfinished engineered flooring to fit perfectly in your home. So no matter what final look or style you’re aiming for, our flooring experts can help you to find a solution that you love.

For individual advice or guidance, or to order a free sample, please contact us today!

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What is Engineered Flooring?

To put it simply, engineered wood flooring is made up of layered core boards, generally plywood – that are bonded together and topped with a layer of solid oak or walnut wood. The final floorboard looks like a solid piece of wood. The layers of the core boards run in different directions, reducing the chances of the wood shifting, buckling or twisting. It creates a highly stable and durable flooring option.

 

What do you mean by ‘unfinished’?

An unfinished oak or walnut floor is exactly as its name suggests; an unfinished material that has no protection, stains or finishes. Essentially, it’s a blank canvas, offering an unrivalled opportunity to really make your space your own. If you are aiming for a certain look in your home and want more control over the style and appearance of your flooring, choosing an unfinished, engineered wood is the perfect option.

Why choose Unfinished Flooring?

There are many advantages to installing engineered wood flooring in your home. Most significantly, it’s much more durable than solid wood, due to its makeup. While all wood products are prone to water damage, the multiple layers in engineered wood mean that it is less likely to expand, contract or move when exposed to humidity, moisture or shifts in temperature. This core stability also means that the potential for the wood warping is drastically reduced, making it perfect for those homes with underfloor heating or who are looking to cover over existing concrete flooring.

 

When it comes to deciding on a flooring solution for your space, unfinished engineered flooring is an excellent choice, as they give you an almost endless option of colour, style and finishes. And, while it might take slightly longer for you to enjoy the finished product, and take a little more labour, the results are worth it.

 

By finishing a floor on your site yourself, you are able to easily match the unfinished engineered flooring to existing floors or interiors. Similarly, you can customise the wood in a way that may not be available in a prefinished option.


Engineered oak and walnut floors are also very simple to maintain and should last a long time, due to their strength and durability. Much like any other flooring solution, engineered wood needs to be regularly swept and cleaned.

Installing Unfinished Engineered Flooring

Our engineered unfinished flooring is available in a range of sizes and patterns, so you can be certain that we can help you to source a floor which is perfect for your individual space. Our engineered wood flooring solutions are simple to fit, too. We offer two installation systems for our customers:

  • Tongue and groove installation – a system that removes the need for nails or glue, instead allowing board to simply slot together.

  • Click Lok – a system that looks similar to tongue and groove installation but features an interlocking profile around the edge of the boards.


Both installation systems offer a seamless flooring solution that creates a close fit without gaps.


It’s important that after installing your unfinished flooring, you use an oil, lacquer or other finish to complete the floor. This protects the wood and prepares the floor for daily use.

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