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Tongue and Groove Boards

Discover tongue and groove boards from Flooring 365 in our engineered wood range. Tongue and groove is an installation system that enables boards to slot together without the need for nails or glue. It’s a fantastic way to get quality engineered wood flooring in your home easily and quickly. We also have tongue and groove boards available in solid wood. Find out about tongue and groove flooring or browse our high-quality products below.


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What is Tongue and Groove?

 

Tongue and Groove is an installation type that was designed to make installing wooden boards as easy as possible. It, along with click flooring, is extremely popular for DIY projects as it’s very easy to install into homes. Interlocking boards form a strong and tight-fitting finish.

 

One part of the fixture has a ‘groove’ cut into the wood. This is an indent-like shape. The other part has a tongue which slots into the groove. This enables the tongue and groove boards to fit snugly together and to create a tight fitting. The installation mechanism is hidden below the top layer of flooring so can’t be seen when the engineered wood flooring installation is complete.

 

Tongue and Groove Flooring

Tongue and groove appears in a variety of different products - always varieties of wood - such as bath panels, shed panels, other varieties of cladding and, of course, flooring. Tongue and groove flooring is a very popular choice as it allows for easy at home installation for those confident with DIY.

 

Advantages of Tongue and Groove Flooring

With both tongue and groove flooring and click flooring, how do you know which to choose? Both provide an easy way to install engineered wood flooring, but have their different advantages.

 

Click flooring is often even easier than tongue and groove flooring to install as it requires no glue at all, but tongue and groove doesn’t need a solid base beneath it in order to be fitted. This means tongue and groove floors can be fitted over joists.

 

In some situations, tongue and groove boards can be found in wider board varieties than click flooring too.

 

How to Lay Tongue and Groove Flooring

You can lay tongue and groove flooring in a variety of ways according to what the subfloor and underlay is like, the amount of foot traffic you expect and simply your own preference. The floating method is the most common and popular - although this can’t be done over joists. The tongue and groove is glued with PVA to keep it secure, but isn’t fixed to the subfloor.

 

Other methods include using glue and/or nails to fix the floor in place rather than allowing it to ‘float’ unfixed to the subfloor. This is done with joists, but also in areas that receive heavy foot traffic to make the floor even more stable.

 

Oak Tongue and Groove

We have a range of oak tongue and groove boards to create beautiful oak floors. These come in a massive range of different colours and finishes. Oak is one of the most versatile options of flooring material and you’re sure to find a colour, grain and texture to suit your tastes.

 

Walnut Tongue and Groove

We also have a range of walnut tongue and groove flooring available. Walnut floors don’t vary in colour as much as oak, but they’re colouring is often richer. While oak can be stained to achieve similar shades to walnut, the depth of colour with real walnut flooring can’t be beaten.

 

Tongue and Groove Boards

If you’re looking for high-quality tongue and groove boards then choose Flooring 365. We have a massive range and comprehensive choice of engineered wood flooring with tongue and groove fittings. You could also view our clearance sale to find cheap tongue and groove flooring.

 

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