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20-21mm Engineered Wood Flooring

Here at Posh Flooring, the thickest engineered wood flooring we provide is 20mm to 21mm, perfect for homeowners looking for an incredibly hardwearing solution. Tough, sturdy and more than equipped to handle seasonal temperature changes, our 20mm to 21mm engineered wood flooring is available in great styles such as old worn farmhouse oak, black antique oak and golden antique oak. You don't have to worry about struggling with installation either - a handy tongue and groove system makes this a breeze.

You should choose 20mm to 21mm engineered wood flooring if your kitchen, living or dining area is showing signs of wear and tear. Thanks to its thickness, this flooring is incredibly hardwearing and can last well beyond 30 years, ideal if you have children young or old, pets or simply want to get an even greater lifespan out of your flooring.

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Why Choose Engineered Wood Flooring?

The popularity of 20-21mm Engineered Wood Flooring has grown substantially in recent times. Similar to wood flooring, Engineered Woodis available in all grades and colours, however, unlike Solid Wood Flooring,it is resistant to changes in temperature and moisture.

Engineered Wood is considered as one of the thickest types available which make it durable, long-lasting, and flexible than its counterparts. If you are planning to get 20-21mm Engineered Wood flooring, the planks can be easily installed without any need of a subfloor making it cost and labor efficient.

How Long Does Engineered Wood Flooring Last?

The durable and aesthetically appealing 20-21mm Engineered Wood Flooring can be fitted anywhere, even over under floor heating. The life expectancy mostly depends on how thick the top layer of the flooring is. On average, the 20-21mm can be sanded and refinished 5 to 7 times during its lifespan. The approximate lifespan is 20 to 30 years.

Pros of Engineered Wood Flooring

  • This is one of the thickest types of Engineered Wood Flooring currently available.
  • Aesthetically appealing, durable, and flexible
  • The hard wearing surface prevents it from marks and scuffs.

Cons of Engineered Wood Flooring

  • Cheaper alternatives are available.