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Single Strip Engineered Wood Flooring

Single strip flooring is the most popular version of wood flooring that people consider the standard, often unaware of the name. Simply, this flooring consists of long wooden planks laid side by side and staggered to start at different points. Of course, engineered planks contain multiple layers of plywood or HDF underneath the single strip of solid wood, but this simply makes the floors more stable and better suited to areas with moisture, heat or humidity than solid wood.

These floors come in varying widths, meaning you can create a casual and spacious look using the wider options, or compliment a narrow space with narrower ones. An advantage of its popularity is the fact there are many different options available, from different wood species, to different finishes, cut styles, grading and shades. There is something for all tastes as a result. Please order free samples to see which would be best suited to your needs.

Unlike 3 strip planks, single strip allow the wood to better show off its character, as there is more room for knots and grain to be shown. This is preferable to some tastes compared to the more varied 3 strip varieties that can differ in shade, grain and knots a lot more often over the entire floor.

It is most common for boards in this category to have tongue and groove joints, which makes for easy installation if you wish to do this yourself, as well as a more sturdy floor once installed. Bevelled or square edges are also available, enabling a greater choice of styles. The more decorative bevelled edges can look stylish, natural and add depth to a room, whereas square edged options can provide a more flat finish where board touch at the ends, creating a streamlined and flowing parquet effect. Square edges also make for easier cleaning, but it depends on the taste of the home-owner.

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