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Five Benefits of Linton Engineered Wood Flooring

  • 10 Jan 2019

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If you are seeking a high quality engineered wood floor to fit your budget, look no further than Linton Engineered Wood Flooring from Lifestyle Flooring.

This is the company’s in-house brand, crafted out of years of experience and knowledge of engineered wood floors.

At Lifestyle Flooring, the unique needs of its valued customers are appreciated, and it is proud to offer a premium quality engineered floor at affordable prices.

Below are five reasons to choose Linton Engineered Wood Flooring.

Expansive Collection

Whether you are looking to install an engineered wood floor in your home or office, whether the décor is classic or contemporary, there is always a Linton floor for you.

Lifestyle Flooring offer an expansive collection of engineered floors that look just like hardwood floors.

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With shades ranging from light to medium to dark, these floors make any interior look outstanding and classy.

The different dimensions and effects, such as single strip and three-strip planks, herringbone and chevron designs as well as bevelled, non-bevelled or micro bevelled edges make these exceptional planks hardly distinguishable from solid wood flooring.

Exquisite Finish

All Linton planks are crafted and finished meticulously to enhance the resemblance to hardwood flooring.

From the distressed look of vintage hardwood floors to matte or polished lacquered finish, brushed and oiled to natural finish, we have you covered with our diverse range of exquisite finishes.

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Each plank is further finished to accentuate all the knots, grains, patterns and imperfections that make natural oak a popular choice.

Exceptional Durability

Linton floors are created to last for generations and not just a few decades. The top surface is solid oak with a thick wear layer. You can safely re-sand these floors several times to restore their original finish and glamour.

These floors are resilient to fluctuations in temperature or humidity. What’s more, you can enjoy these floors for years, even in basements and conservatories without worrying about warping or bulging.

Premium Quality

The multi-layer construction makes Linton floors extremely sturdy and durable. The core comprises several layers of premium plywood that have been fused together to create floors that boast extreme strength and durability.

These floors are ideal for areas experiencing heavy activity and foot traffic. In fact, they can hold heavy weight without seeing any dents or cracks.

Excellent Investment

With all these outstanding qualities, these long-lasting floors are easily worth the money you would invest in them. You can enjoy them for decades without spending much on repair or restoration.

And if you ever plan to sell your property, these high-quality engineered floors will help you fetch a good price.

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