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For most of our clients this is one of the first questions that they ask. Some they have been told they need an engineered floor but don't know why. Others are unclear about the difference between solid and engineered wood floors. Most have been left confused by conflicting information from different sources. So, what is the answer ?

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Parquet flooring was first seen in Britain in C17th and marked the beginning of a lasting trend for wood floors to be used as a key part of interior design. Unlike plank floors, parquet floors are made from many small pieces of timber laid in geometric patterns to create eye catching designs.

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Most wood floors are now supplied pre-finished rather than to be finished in situ as used to be the case. This means that they will arrive with a suitable wood floor finish prior already applied. Generally these are fully finished, ready to walk on the day that they are laid and do not require any additional finishing. However, this is not always the case:

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Grades are the way that wood flooring is categorised depending on the amount and size of knots and variation that it features. The idea is that this helps customers understand how the floor will look once laid – wood flooring grades is not a description of quality. Read more...