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Lacquered Solid Wood Flooring

Sustainable, durable and timeless, our solid wood flooring is a popular choice with many homes, both modern and traditional. Solid wood can be finished in a variety of ways, or left untreated to create a rustic effect.

A lacquered finish provides an additional layer of protection and it’s remarkably simple to clean. All flooring needs to be taken care of, but lacquered wood is known for being the easiest to maintain.

All of our lacquered solid wood flooring is covered by our manufacturer's guarantee, so you can be confident it will withstand the test of time.

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What are the advantages of lacquered solid wood flooring?

Incredibly hard-wearing even when left untreated, solid wood is an excellent option for areas that experience heavy footfall.

The additional, lacquered layer added to solid wood only increases its durability. A fuss-free finish, the coating that rests on top enables any spills to be easily wiped away with a mop or damp cloth too. 

Where should lacquered solid wood flooring be used?

Lacquered flooring looks wonderful in almost any room in the house, and its additional water-resistant layer makes it perfect for kitchens and living rooms.

However, you should avoid fitting lacquered solid wood flooring in bathrooms, shower rooms or other areas with high humidity levels. Solid wood is not designed for such conditions, and it may warp and bend over time due to the inflexible nature of the wood. If you desire a lacquered wooden effect in any of these rooms, we recommend opting for lacquered engineered wood instead. 

Solid wood flooring v. engineered wood flooring

If you've made the decision to have wooden flooring in your home, there are a few more steps to consider before going ahead and installing your new floor. The type of wood, colour and finish are all important, but the biggest decision is choosing between solid and engineered wood flooring.

Solid wood flooring is all-natural and cut to size by a machine. The idea of having the 'real thing' is appealing to many, and it works wonderfully with a vast range of interior styles.

Engineered wood flooring, however, is a must for rooms with higher moisture levels. Made by compressing multiple layers, its core is made from HDF while the thinner layer of timber (known as the veneer) adds the desired wooden effect. Underfloor heating can also be installed with engineered wood flooring, and it's easier to fit compared to solid wood. 

Can we help?

We're always delighted to help our customers find the perfect flooring for their home, so please don't hesitate to get in touch with a member of the Posh Flooring Team if you need help. Simply click the 'Contact Us' button to the left of this page to send us a message, or call us on 0333 002 1062