Engineered Wood Flooring Grades
Solid wood has a number of natural details such as grain patterns, knots and shading. However, did you know that there are different grades of wood which can be used in engineered wood flooring? Each grade has a slightly differing look and quality. To help you make the right decision, below you’ll discover more about the different grades we offer.
Our rustic engineered wood floors are extremely popular with our customers. They feature a lot more knots and other natural imperfections, along with a greater variety of shading. This means rustic floors have a much more natural design, adding luxury and charm into the home.
If you’re looking for a more unique engineered floor, look out for our distressed grade products. The wood has been treated to create a worn, aged appearance using a colour wash, stain and embossing oil. Due to their unique aged appearance, distressed floors would go especially well in areas with high foot traffic. They will easily hide any signs of daily wear and tear.
Our prime or select grade engineered floors are the highest quality floors you can invest in. The wood features very few imperfections, providing a much smoother, fresher and uniformed appearance. If you have a contemporary style home, this grade of wood will fit in perfectly.