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Top five cheapest engineered wood floors – Lifestyle Flooring

  • 9 Jan 2019

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If you are seeking a high-quality engineered wood flooring at an affordable price, here are some brands outlined by Lifestyle Flooring that offer the best value at the lowest price.

Linton Floors

Linton is a manufacturer of engineered wood flooring made of European Oak Wood. The floors feature bevelled edges to reveal the beautiful characteristics of oak.

Linton floors boast a thick wear layer, which makes them excellent for areas experiencing heavy foot traffic.

They are also incredibly resistant to changes in humidity and temperature, which makes them an ideal choice for kitchens and basements.

Tuscan

Tuscan floors are known for their gorgeous shades, which range from dark to light and medium.

These floors are available in different surface treatments such as lacquered, matt lacquered, oiled, and hand distressed.

This means each floor highlights the best characteristics of wood and, as well as this, Tuscan floors are extremely strong and durable, thanks to these treatments.

Tuscan offers a variety of wood species, meaning you get to experience the luxury of your favourite species of wood.

Kahrs

Kahrs gave the world its first engineered floor. The Swedish manufacturer is renowned world-over for its supreme quality and eco-friendly engineered wood floors.

The options are plenty, with in excess of 200 types of engineered wood floors featuring a wide variety of species including popular and exotic varieties.

Kahrs floors are extremely stable, durable, and resistant to stains, scratches and moisture. The floors are manufactured using eco-friendly practices. For example, local wood is obtained using conservation-friendly methods and all the waste is converted into energy.

Quick-Step

Quick-Step employs advanced technology to give you beautiful and highly practical floors.

Installation, for example, is easy, damage-proof and 30% quicker, courtesy of a patented Uniclic Multifit click. The planks slide into place easily with a click, resulting in strong and gap-free joints. The result is a firm, stable and safe floor.

Hadlow

Hadlow gives you the pleasure of pure European wood. These floors are available in different wood grades.

So, whether you are a busy household that sees heavy footfall or a commercial facility that needs a tough flooring, Hadlow engineered floors are up to any challenge.

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With the best deals from Lifestyle Flooring UK, these cheap engineered wood floors become even more affordable – by visiting the company’s website, you can explore its collection, discover the incredible prices and place your order today.

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