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About Engineered Wood Flooring

Harlow Bros stocks engineered wood flooring, which offers a beautiful finish for your home or can be picked up in bulk for commercial projects.

At Harlow Bros, we are all about wood and engineered flooring. With a generous timber finish, our products are available in a selection of colours and styles to suit your project. We understand the importance of a high-quality finish and a product that is made to last, and make sure that our range offers just that.

Find out more about our engineered flooring range, as well as our convenient delivery options and our fantastic branch network if you want to see a product for yourself.

What is engineered wood flooring?

From interlocking fitment modes to an attractive genuine timber surface finish, an engineered wood floor is a fantastic and long-lasting alternative to laminate flooring.

It is similar to solid hardwood, but features a plywood core. There’s a layer of hardwood flooring on top - offering a sleek look which you can pair with great moisture resistance.

The options that we stock are also easy to set up, so if you’re carrying out a large project across new properties, or you’ve decided to pick up some engineering wood for your own home, you’ll have no trouble installing your new high-quality flooring.

The engineered wood flooring that we offer

We are always reviewing our stock to make sure our customers have access to the best products on the market.

Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about our stock, or our delivery/click-and-collect options. At Harlow Bros, we’re always happy to help.

 

FAQs

How do I lay engineered wood flooring?

To lay engineered wood flooring, you should apply adhesive to a subfloor or use a click-lock system for floating floors.

Lay an underlay and then place a specialist adhesive into the groove where the tongue of the next board goes, beginning at one wall, ensuring the boards fit snugly together. Leave expansion gaps at the edges and stagger board joints for stability.

How do I clean an engineered wood floor?

Aside from regular sweeping or vacuuming to remove dust and debris, you can use a damp, but not wet, mop with a mild wood floor cleaner.

What adhesive should be used for engineered wood flooring?

It's crucial to choose the right adhesive based on your subfloor. Common options include polyurethane, acrylic, or hybrid adhesives. There are also specialist adhesives for the purpose of using within the tongue & groove fitting.