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Engineered Flooring

  • Why Replace Your Carpet with Engineered Oak Flooring?

    Making the switch from carpet to engineered oak flooring can be a life changing move to upgrade your home. A lot of people will tell you that wood flooring is better than carpet in every way, but what are the true reasons people are making the switch? If you feel like your current carpet is looking fine, you may be questioning whether you really need to spend the money to replace it. These are just a few reasons home owners today are saying “Out with the old and in with the new!” Easier to Clean One of the main reasons to make the change from carpet to engineered oak flooring is that wood flooring is easier to clean in every way. After just a few years of constant traffic on carpet it will start to change colour and darken. You can ren ... READ MORE >

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  • Why So Many Homeowners are Choosing Engineered Flooring

    It is no secret the wood flooring is a prime upgrade option for homeowners in every sense. Wood flooring is a much more stylish option than carpet or linoleum. There are numerous choices for the colour, texture, and pattern and with that you have the power to create the exact type of style you want in your home. When it comes to which type of wood flooring to put in your home, the choice comes down to engineered flooring or hardwood flooring. Both can provide you with different benefits, but the choice is ultimately up to you, based on your lifestyle, needs, and budget. Solid Wood Flooring: Beautiful but Pricey The pinnacle of wood flooring comes at a hefty price with solid wood flooring. Solid wood flooring is created from whole pieces ... READ MORE >

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  • Give Lino Flooring and Luxury Vinyl Flooring Another Look

    Linoleum has a short history of existence and an even shorter history of widespread use. Although it was created in the mid-1800s by accident, lino flooring didn’t gain popularity until the 1950s. It’s created using a mixture of solidified linseed oil and ground wood products over sheets of cotton canvas. From the time of its inception, its purpose was always to create a more durable alternative to wood flooring options. Properties of Lino Flooring Linoleum is mainly used in high traffic areas because its level of durability far surpasses that of traditional wood flooring. Office buildings and businesses often embrace linoleum as the smart choice due to the volume of people walking across their floors every day. In the early twentiet ... READ MORE >

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  • Make Your Hallways Beautiful with Engineered Oak Flooring

    One of the greatest qualities of engineered flooring is its ability to be used anywhere in the home without ever sacrificing quality. Even in small or narrow spaces such as pantries and hallways, engineered oak flooring maintains its visual appeal. The process for installing the flooring does not differ much from main rooms either. When all the rooms are connected with the same flooring, the transitions from rooms to hallways are seamless. If you decide to add flooring throughout your house and especially in hallways, do not hesitate to call a professional for help. They know how to measure and plan correctly to ensure a smooth flow from room to room. Things to Watch Out For When Installing Engineered Oak Flooring When you install flooring ... READ MORE >

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  • Wood Flooring Remodeling Tips from Start to Finish

    Before any home improvement project, there are many factors that go into the decision-making process and choosing to make the switch to wood flooring is no different. It requires careful planning all the way around. From room selection, to pairing possibilities with furniture, from cost to style and pattern choices, and even the installation process itself – you are essentially giving your home a complete makeover. Overwhelming as all these decisions may seem, the transition to a new floor can actually be smooth and seamless. Where do I Start? Once you determine that it is time to make the switch to a new floor, the first thing you must do is decide which rooms in your home will receive upgraded flooring. Some people use wood floors ... READ MORE >

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  • Caramel Wood Flooring - an Absolute Classic Choice

      Caramel wood flooring truly is an absolute classic choice when you’re re-flooring a room. Yes, fashion brings us blacks, whites and greys, but there’s no getting away from the fact that wood is traditionally brown in its natural state. Whether it’s so light brown that it’s almost off-white or so dark that it’s almost black; brown is the colour that natural wood falls into. For people who want real warmth and charm in their room a great wood flooring choice is caramel. In fact, it is such a great choice, that we’d safely say that if you make this choice, not only will you not regret it, but you won’t find it going out of fashion either. And when it comes to interiors, longevity is a real win:win bonus all round. So what ... READ MORE >

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  • Hard Flooring Conclusive Guide

      Not so very long ago, you were considered poor or unfortunate if you didn’t have fitted carpets throughout your home. Oh, how times have changed. Today, people feel the freedom to have a whole range of flooring options throughout their homes, and carpet seems to be falling further and further down the preferred list for most people. Hard flooring is certainly making its presence felt in most homes in the UK and well beyond – and with really good reason. In this article we’d like to give you a conclusive guide to hard flooring – warts and all. At Wood and Beyond we’re not naïve enough think that the flooring solutions we provide suit everyone, and we know that there are some other great options out there. So let’s explor ... READ MORE >

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  • Wood Topped Flooring Outshines Them All

      Wood topped flooring is a really popular choice, and for many people is currently outshining all the other options. The great thing about wood topped flooring is that it looks like solid wood, but has a whole host of additional advantages. In this article we’ll share these advantages with you, but before doing that, it’s probably worth quickly re-visiting the fundamental difference between wood topped flooring and solid wood. The key difference between these two options is the structure of the boards. Solid wood flooring is made from planks of solid wood – that’s it. Wood topped flooring is man-made, yet as we’ve already said, looks just like solid wood. The way the boards are constructed in this option means that they can ... READ MORE >

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  • Grey Floorboards Latest Trends

      Grey floorboards are bang on trend. In fact, they are probably one of the latest flooring trends to really take the flooring world by storm. A colour option that’s nicely neutral, yet super-fashionable at the same time, it’s easy to see why grey floorboards are so popular. At Wood and Beyond we like to constantly have a range of modern and traditional wood flooring in stock, and that’s why at the moment, our focus is on having an extensive choice of grey floorboards. Here are just some of the trends that are in high demand right now. From traditional dark to lighter grey shades     Both traditional dark grey floorboard shades like this one as well as lighter grey shades like this are flying off the shelves right n ... READ MORE >

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  • 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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