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Engineered Flooring

  • Engineered Wood Flooring Prices Affected By Strip Number And Thickness

      Engineered wood flooring is a really popular choice these days and it’s easy to see why. A flooring solution that’s durable, affordable and great to look at, it ticks most people’s boxes across the board. Add to those great benefits, the fact that you can lay it in every room in the home as well as over under floor heating and you can see why, for quite a while it has been even more popular than solid wood flooring. When it comes to engineered wood flooring prices, they start from as little as £20-odd per square meter at Wood and Beyond up to hundreds of pounds per square metre in some other stores. But what is it that affects the price of engineered wood flooring?   There are a number of things, but two of the key things a ... READ MORE >

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  • Lino Flooring vs. Wood Flooring - How the Two Compare

        Lino, the term commonly used to describe linoleum is a floor covering that’s made from a whole host of renewable ingredients. Often confused with vinyl flooring, lino is actually quite different in its make-up. The main thing that vinyl and lino have in common is that they come in a single sheet and are known for being very pliable – which means that they restore their shape quickly. Lino flooring has seen a bit of a rise in demand recently and some clients are asking us about how lino flooring and wood flooring compare. So, in this article we’d like to explore the 5 key points that help people make their decision when it comes to choosing the right floor for their project. We’ve done this so that hopefully, if you’ ... READ MORE >

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  • Matt Oak Flooring Keeps The Natural Beauty Of The Wood

      Lacquered oak flooring is recognised as one of the toughest and most resistant flooring options available, however, until recently lacquered finishes have meant an end look that has a slight shine. For anyone seeking a truly matt finish, until now, the only real option has been to choose an oiled finish. But now this has changed. At Wood and Beyond we’re delighted to let you know that we now have a small stock of matt oak flooring available that means you really can enjoy the best of both worlds. These three floors have all been treated with a matt lacquer and look just like oiled flooring but boast all the benefits of a lacquer finish. Let’s introduce you to them one by one: Select Engineered Oak Flooring that’s Click Syste ... READ MORE >

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  • Prussian White Wood Flooring For Contemporary Look

      Prussian white is a term that’s being used a lot right now to describe floors that are almost icy white. Prussia, that was a historical German state and stretched into Poland is associated with stories of kings and royalty. It’s also a corner of Europe that gets pretty cold in winter time, which is probably where the term Prussian white comes from. Think icy streets, snowy hillsides and you’ll get the drift. At Wood and Beyond, we have a really broad selection of white flooring because we know that not everyone wants white, white flooring; but we’re proud to say that we have a great stock of what could be termed Prussian white wood flooring nonetheless. You can find our full white range here. But in this article we want to ... READ MORE >

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  • Exploring Nordic and Scandinavian Style wood flooring

      When you think Nordic and Scandinavian style, you typically think mountain lodges, blonde wood and plenty of it. The light, bright interior styling we associate with this part of the world is characteristic of everyone from designer Josef Frank through to Ikea and is a great way to give your home a fresh, clean feel. When it comes to wood flooring that fits this styling, what you need to be thinking of are light blonde oaks, white-washed boards and oiled finishes. In other words, with this look there’s nothing bright and shouty and there’s certainly nothing shiny. A great style to mix with relaxed and comfy furnishings, washed out colour palettes and plenty of soft sheepskin, this really is a warm and cosy look for the winter ... READ MORE >

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  • Fit Oak Tongue And Groove Floorboards For Minimal Waste

      Oak tongue and groove floorboards are a great way to minimise waste when you’re either flooring a room or house for the first time or re-flooring. Tongue and groove flooring isn’t by any stretch of the imagination a new concept, but it’s an option that sometimes gets ignored today in favour of click systems, and that’s a real shame. A system which sees the tongue – the protruding part of one plank, fit neatly into the groove – the cut out part of the next plank, tongue and groove is a really efficient choice when it comes to wood flooring. It also means that if your floor does develop gaps at any point in the future, they’ll be somewhat disguised and have less chance of developing draughts – which is always good ne ... READ MORE >

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  • Our Latest Wide Reclaimed Oak Floorboards

      Reclaimed flooring has been in high demand for a while now, but more recently wide, reclaimed boards have also become deeply sought after. Always keen to give our customers what they’re looking for, we’ve scoured our sources to come up with a couple of great wide reclaimed oak floorboards for the people who want the best of both worlds. Reclaimed floors are popular because they have a real lived in look. They suggest that your home has a strong story to tell, a real heritage to it. Even if your floor or your home is new, reclaimed flooring gives the feeling of confidence, a long-standing home that’s seen its fair share of life. Think loft apartments, big detached Victorian properties and mansions that still boast their origi ... READ MORE >

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  • Engineered Timber Boards Durability Guide

      Engineered timber boards sometimes get a hard time in relation to solid wood when it comes to durability. But this isn’t really deserved. There are fans of solid wood flooring who simply can’t accept that engineered wood flooring is a viable alternative. But in fact, engineered timber boards have stood the test of time and are proving their appeal, day in and day out. When it comes to durability, at Wood and Beyond, we believe that there are 6 key things that affect how long your engineered wood floor is likely to last. They are: Quality Finish Area where the floor is fitted Care Thickness Quality of installation Quality Like most things in life, the quality of floor you choose will have a direct impact on how durab ... READ MORE >

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  • Plank Flooring Explained Once and for All

      Plank flooring is a term that we’re coming across more and more at Wood and Beyond. Traditionally, plank flooring would have simply referred to a wooden board, but today it’s a term that’s spanning much wider than that. That’s why we thought we’d share our thoughts in an article. Hopefully, what we’re seeing and hearing around us in the industry right now will help you de-mystify what you’re hearing and reading around the web, in mags, in shops etc. Traditional plank flooring Traditional plank flooring is an easy concept to get your head around. Think of planks of solid wood and you’ve got it. A style of flooring that’s been used for centuries, solid plank flooring went slightly out of fashion for a while but has ... READ MORE >

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  • Your Ultimate Bathroom Flooring Options Reviewed and Compared

      You’re planning a stylish new bathroom. It’s going to have everything you’ve ever wanted. Your plans include a huge walk in shower, roll top middle of the floor bath, double basins, funky lighting and accessories to die for. That’s all sorted and in the bag, but what you’re struggling with is the flooring. You’ve seen every option imaginable work in a whole range of different settings, but there’s something holding you back from making your final decision. Practicality, great looks and something a tad different is what you’re after, but you don’t have a bottomless pit of funds left either. So what should you plump for? In this article we’ll explore the pros and cons of the options open to you and hopefully this ... READ MORE >

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