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Fewer and fewer kitchens are separate rooms designed just for cooking. Increasingly they are very much the hub of modern homes, part of inclusive open plan spaces that combine cooking, eating and living areas. This has led to a real rethink about the best kitchen flooring and wood flooring being an increasingly popular choice.

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In short, no - wood flooring needs to be acclimatised before it is fitted. This means giving it time to adjust to the atmospheric conditions of the room where it will be installed so that this doesn't happen after installation and cause unusual movement.

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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 engineered wood flooring but don't know why. Others are unclear about the difference between solid and engineered wood flooring. Most have been left confused by conflicting information from different sources. So, what is the answer ?

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Beautiful wood flooring will transform the look and feel of any room, but not all wood floors are the same and a second best solution won't look, feel or wear the same way. It's crucial to work with a partner you can trust to offer high quality solutions and genuine expert advice to help you make the right choice. Here are 10 reasons why we believe Broadleaf is that partner.

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Wood flooring grades are used to describe the amount of natural variation and quantity and size of knots that should be expected in a wood floor, so it is important to understand them before you choose one. It is also important to understand that they are not a description of quality.

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