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Tongue and Groove Engineered Wood Flooring

If you take pride in redecorating your home all by yourself, you'll love our tongue and groove engineered wood flooring. These planks feature a tongue and a groove, and are cut with precision so that self-installation is super quick and easy with no hassle. Giving your home a facelift is exciting, and tongue and groove engineered wood flooring means you can see your masterpiece come to life quicker than you anticipated.

Twice as durable as real wood, thanks to multiple layers of plywood, bonded together at high temperature with a solid wood lamella, engineered wood flooring is always a brilliant choice. Available in different thicknesses, colours and styles here at Posh Flooring, our tongue and groove engineered wood flooring will work wonderfully in hallways, living rooms, dining areas, kitchens and bedrooms. Take a look at our engineered wood installation guide for more information.

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Why install tongue and groove engineered wood flooring?

Tongue and groove engineered wood flooring is extremely popular amongst consumers. An alternate to solid wood flooring, the engineered wood flooring is crafted using different wooden layers that are piled on a plywood base with either a top layer or a solid oak lamella. The top layer gives a similar look as solid wood making it hard to distinguish between the two.

It is a stable wooden flooring option that prevents temperature fluctuations and moisture resistance. The surface does not expand or contract like solid wood flooring. Thus, the flooring does not feature unnecessary or patchy gaps. 

The solid wood flooring tends to expand and contract resulting in uneven and unwanted gaps. However, tongue and groove engineered wood flooring remains smooth and secure for a longer time frame. Moreover, they also transfer heat better than solid wood, ensuring stability.

How long does tongue and groove engineered wood flooring last?

The average life span of tongue and groove engineered wood flooring is approximately 20 to 30 years depending on the thickness and quality of the veneer installed, if maintained appropriately.

Pros of tongue and groove engineered wood flooring

•    Cost efficient and low maintenance in contrast to solid planks where an installation can last more than 20 years.

•    More moisture resistant than conventional wooden flooring making them safer for damp environments.

•    Easy installation with higher stability.

Cons of tongue and groovewood flooring

•    Cheaper variants are not durable and long lasting