Solid Wood Flooring

Solid wood flooring is the original, traditional type of hardwood flooring. Each board is manufactured using a single piece of timber, which is then milled to the specifications required. As wood is a living product and can be affected by its ambient surroundings, the lengths and widths that can be produced are limited. In the past, solid wood flooring was often more expensive than engineered flooring, but now both are around the same price, depending on the finish.

Solid wood flooring can be sanded above the tongue and groove joints, and is often used in block form in the laying of parquet flooring.

As a result of the limitations and that each board has to be milled from a single piece of wood, it can often mean that solid wood flooring is less environmentally friendly than its engineered counterpart.

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