15mm & 16mm Engineered Flooring

15/16mm thick engineered flooring refers to the thickness of the entire board. Wear layers will vary based on the product, but ours range from 3mm-4mm. This figure determines how much you can sand the floor down, whereas the overall thickness determines how long the floor will last, and how durable it is.

Although wear layer thickness doesn’t make a difference to durability given that the overall thickness is the same, thicker wear layers enable the floor to be sanded more often, making it last longer in high footfall areas. Not everybody opts for thicker ones though, as these are more expensive, so are usually only invested in when necessary. Sanding is used to refresh the floor to how it was at purchase, in terms of removing scuffs and scratches. Generally, a floor can be sanded to the thickness of the wear layer - if this is 2mm, you can sand it twice, if it is 6, you can sand it 5-6 times. As sanding can occur every 15 years, even the thinnest floors may last a lifetime, but in homes with higher footfall where sanding has to occur more often, it is clear that thicker wear layers should be chosen to ensure maximum lifespan. Refinish after sanding is also recommended. For thin wear layers, avoid hallways and communal areas that will quickly wear down the floor, and homes with children, pets or high footfall.

15/16mm engineered flooring is a medium thickness, making it durable enough for medium footfall homes, but still cost effective compared to thicker options. It is more advantageous than thicker options as underfloor heating is better transferred, rooms with lower ceilings, are made taller and more attractive or better able to handle tall furniture, and door are less likely to catch on the planks. Thinner options however may not be as durable or as able to absorb impact, meaning 15/16mm floors are less likely to crack or be damaged by moisture for example than thinner ones. We recommend measuring up from the subfloor to see which thickness you require. Our 15/16mm engineered floors are available in walnut or oak, as oak is hard and walnut is slightly softer, giving versatile options as well as better suitability to areas that don’t necessarily require hardness.

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  1. Bibury Natural Distressed Oak 220 x 15/4mm Sale Badge
    Bibury Natural Distressed Oak 220 x 15/4mm

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  2. Bibury Golden Distressed Oak 220 x 15/4mm Sale Badge
    Bibury Golden Distressed Oak 220 x 15/4mm

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  3. Bibury Chalk White Distressed 220 x 15/4mm Sale Badge
    Bibury Chalk White Distressed 220 x 15/4mm

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  4. Bibury Distressed Oak 220 x 15/4mm Unfinished Sale Badge
    Bibury Distressed Oak 220 x 15/4mm Unfinished

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  5. Malham Leaf Oak 190 x 15/4mm Click Sale Badge
    Malham Leaf Oak 190 x 15/4mm Click

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  6. Bibury Galaxy Oak 220 x 15/4mm Sale Badge
    Bibury Galaxy Oak 220 x 15/4mm

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  7. Bibury Whisky Distressed Oak 220 x 15/4mm Sale Badge
    Bibury Whisky Distressed Oak 220 x 15/4mm

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  8. Malham Espresso Oak 190 x 15/4mm Click Sale Badge
    Malham Espresso Oak 190 x 15/4mm Click

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  9. 190mm White Chalk Brushed and Oiled Click Engineered European Oak Wood Flooring 15/4mm Thick Sale Badge
    Malham Fluffy Oak 190 x 15/4mm Click

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  10. Malham Thunder Oak 190 x 15/4mm Click Sale Badge
    Malham Thunder Oak 190 x 15/4mm Click

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  11. Malham Barley Oak 190 x 15/4mm Click Sale Badge
    Malham Barley Oak 190 x 15/4mm Click

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  12. Bibury Cape Cod Distressed Oak 190 x 15/4mm Sale Badge
    Bibury Cape Cod Distressed Oak 190 x 15/4mm

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  13. Bibury Bronx Distressed Oak 190 x 15/4mm Sale Badge
    Bibury Bronx Distressed Oak 190 x 15/4mm

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  14. Chamonix Plover Oak 90 x 750 x 15/4mm Sale Badge
    Chamonix Plover Oak 90 x 750 x 15/4mm

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