WOOD FLOORS2018-05-12T12:47:32+00:00

One Wood Floors source their products from FSC forests and are marked with our ‘tick tree’ logo.

When you see this logo, you can be confident that buying it won’t mean harming the worlds forests



Can I fit wood flooring in a bathroom?2017-06-02T10:25:49+00:00

Whilst bathrooms don’t seem like particularly hostile environments, the constantly changing levels of moisture combined with splashing water can damage wooden floors.

Can I have underfloor heating?2017-06-02T10:22:46+00:00

Yes engineered floors are compatible with underfloor heating (UFH).

The main issue to remember when combining a wooden floor with UFH is that the surface temperature should not exceed 27 degrees celsius. We do not recommend solid wood floors with UFH.

How do I clean or maintain my wood flooring?2017-06-02T10:22:20+00:00
Ted Todd Cleaning video
Ted Todd cleaning video

For floors with hardened coatings such as hardened oil, matt lacquer, satin lacquer, or naked skin lacquer, we have designed a simple system to care for your floor.

For oil based finishes such as restoration oil or burnished hardwax oil, we have designed a simple system to care for your floor.

Will my floor change colour over time?2017-06-02T10:21:01+00:00

Yes, all floors change to some degree, depending on species, type of finish, and the extent to which they are in contact with direct sunlight.

Most floors will experience a change of colour and tone down over time, meaning that obvious differences in colour or tone at an early stage of having laid the floor will gradually become more subtle as the floor ages.

Solid versus Engineered Wood Flooring?2017-06-17T13:08:55+00:00
Solid Wood
Engineered Hardwood

Solid wood flooring is now very much in decline. This is due to increased awareness of sustainability and the need to reduce deforestation and changes in the market (such as using underfloor heating, people wanting wider floor boards etc…).

By choosing an engineered wood flooring  board you are helping the environment. Engineered wood flooring uses about 75% less of the slow growing hardwoods such as oak. It also utilises the more of the faster growing hardwoods such as birch, eucalyptus and poplar to make the multi-cross-layer plywood backing of an engineered board. We can manufacture much more flooring from the same tree using engineered wooden flooring. Solid boards are normally 20mm thick and with a 6mm top layer we can get three times as much and with a 4mm top layer  four times as much engineered wood flooring.

Engineered floors will not expand and contract like solid wood as they are approximately  70% more stable.

Do solid wood floors look better than engineered wood floors?2017-06-02T10:18:55+00:00

Not at all, the top layer of an engineered board is the same genuine wood that you have in a solid wood board. The finished look of an engineered wood floor will be identical to that of a solid wood floor.