Recommend Engineered wood flooring

Discussion in 'Builders' Talk' started by Boyyo, Aug 12, 2018.

  1. Boyyo

    Boyyo Member

    Hi All,

    I'm looking to lay approx 62sq/m of floor in three ground floor rooms, and looking at 18 or 20 mm thick Oak flooring.

    Has anyone any recommendations on what brand / supplier would be OK?

    I've looked at the local flooring shed and they have V4 which looked OK, but any others I should consider or be wary of?

  2. rogerk101

    rogerk101 Well-Known Member

    This is like asking a forum what colour you should paint your room!
    How do we know what your tastes are?
    How do we know what your partner's or family's tastes are?
  3. Boyyo

    Boyyo Member

    Thanks for the helpful response...not!

    I specifically did not request advice on what 'look' of Engineered floor would be best...that would be a stupid thing to ask, for obvious reasons.

    I specifically asked for experience on specific manufacturers and suppliers, I even mentioned a manufacturer I'd seen, and am looking for peoples experiences of manufacturers & suppliers.

    Hey...but thanks again anyway :rolleyes:
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  4. sospan

    sospan Well-Known Member

  5. Boyyo

    Boyyo Member

    Thanks SOSPAN...good to know that common sense is out there..:).

    I'll check out the links.

    Budget is about £35-45 sqm...and looking at 4 or 5 8mm top oak layer.

    That said my better half has just thrown Karndean into the equation be ause it's hassle free apparently and looks the same??!
  6. sospan

    sospan Well-Known Member

    No problem,

    But there is a world of difference between a real wood floor and others
  7. 14th edition

    14th edition Well-Known Member

    Jewsons had 3 strip light oak engineered on offer for £19 plus the dreaded. Looks good but only 3-4 mm of actual oak!

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