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Click Loc Engineered Wood Flooring

Click Loc engineered wood flooring is great for anybody looking to redecorate their house both quickly and efficiently. Similar to tongue and groove flooring, the handy click system allows it to be laid with no prior DIY experience, helping to bring your makeover to life much quicker. Essentially, each Click Loc engineered wood flooring plank fits together like a jigsaw with joins not coming apart, even under high pressure.

Not only is Click Loc engineered wood flooring easy to install, it's also available in a wide variety of styles to suit different tastes and moods. For instance, the lighter parquet engineered grey oak will look great in a kitchen whereas the Burnbury engineered oak works well in any bedroom. Please visit our engineered wood installation guide for further advice.

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Why choose click engineered wood flooring?

Many consumers get apprehensive about installing click engineered wood flooring as the interlocking design could affect the flooring’s look and feel. However, this is not the case.

Once laid, it becomes extremely difficult to discriminate between conventional tongue & grove flooring and click engineered wood flooring. This is merely because the joints are camouflaged and the surface of the wood remains to be the highlight. Moreover, the lamella gives the flooring a similar look and feel as solid wood without having to pay for the price.

The plywood structure that is underneath the wood lamella makes engineered wood flooring durable. However, the click system makes it extremely stable.

How long does click engineered wood flooring last?

On an average, the click engineered flooring can last up to 25-30 years making it a steal for the price.

Advantages of click engineered flooring:

  • Easy to install in comparison to tongue & groove engineered flooring.
  • Durable and stable; does not shift even under high pressure.
  • It offers a similar look and feel as solid wood flooring at a relatively low price.
  • It is a long-term investment since an installation can last for two decades.
  • It does not expand and contract as much as solid wood flooring.
  • The flooring can be refurbished and sanded.

Disadvantages of click engineered flooring:

  • The flooring can be noisy.