Whilst Engineered Wood Flooring is more flexible, and consequently more durable, solid wood flooring can be a good choice if you are looking for extra sound and heat insulation. Typically thicker and constructed from one piece of solid wood throughout, the boards are better equipped to withstand cold concrete subfloors and retain the heat of your home. Likewise, if you are installing flooring upstairs, solid wood, with its sound insulation benefits, is a great choice for preventing the noise of footfall impacting downstairs.
This solid oak finger joint flooring is 15mm thick and 90mm wide and comes in fixed board lengths of 1820mm. Each pack contains 1.97m2 and the board is professionally finished in a satin lacquer for extra hardiness and low maintenance.