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About Chipboard Flooring

Chipboard flooring has come through as a popular choice for construction and renovation projects over the years thanks to its durability, strength, and ease of installation.

Chipboard, or particle board, is crafted from wood chips bonded with resin under heat and pressure, then machined with a 360-degree interlocking tongue and groove system. It uses an interlocking design, often combined with D4 glue, to prevent creaking and noises.

Coated for added durability, our chipboard flooring has various finishes to suit different installation scenarios.


Our Interlocking Tongue & Groove Chipboard Flooring

All of our chipboard flooring is coated for added durability, and we offer various finishes to suit different installation scenarios. Our NHBC-specified P5 board is ideal for new build applications and domestic flooring, while our stocks of Egger protect T&G are suitable for humid environments, making them perfect for bathroom and kitchen floors.

Our chipboard flooring is available in different sizes to accommodate different spaces and needs. We also stock a variety of other wood-based products, including timber floorboards, engineered wood flooring, wood loft panels, and worktops.

Whether you're renovating a home or a commercial project, our selection of timber-based materials has all that you’ll need.


Shop The Harlow Bros Range Of Machined Chipboard Flooring

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With over 90 years of experience in delivering high-quality timber solutions, Harlow Bros offers premium chipboard products both online and at nearby branches. Take advantage of quick delivery options to most UK locations and contact our team for assistance or quotes.



Can I replace floorboards with chipboard?

Yes, you can replace floorboards with chipboards. However, chipboard flooring is a sub-flooring product and requires finished floor surfaces such as engineered wood flooring, tiles or vinyl, with relevant underlay. It is a cost-effective and versatile alternative to traditional floorboards. It's important that the chipboard is suitable for the intended use, as it may not be as durable or aesthetically pleasing as solid wood floorboards.