How much does Wooden Flooring Cost in London UK?
Solid Wood flooring has become a popular choice for homeowners due to its durability, attractiveness, easy to clean surface and with a little loving care they can last a lifetime. As Hardwood flooring doesn’t absorb smells like carpet it is great for people who have allergies, it doesn’t harbour dust mites and other allergens. Alternative cheap “cheats” such as vinyl or LVT (Luxury Vinyl Tile) flooring are can provide a wood look. There are some very good quality alternatives to real solid wood flooring but it will never compare to having the real thing.
Wood flooring can be expensive if purchasing from retailers such as Homebase, Wickes and B&Q. At Trade Flooring Factory London, we allow customers to benefits from low prices all year round. See below price comparison carried out.
Trade Flooring Factory
Windsor Brushed – Solid Oak Flooring – 18-120mm – £40.00 m2
Cafe Oak – Solid Wood Flooring 18x120mm – £37.49 m2
Kintore Oak Wood Flooring 18x 150mm – £44.99 m2
Harvest Oak Solid Wood Flooring – £35.99 m2
Three main types of wooden flooring:
- Laminate flooring which is a piece of MDF with a photographic image of wood grain adhered to the surface. It is also the cheapest version of a wooden floor.
- Engineered wood flooring, often called composite wood flooring is made from wood fibres and other materials that are glued together to form a solid layer that is strong and durable. Also suitable for wet areas such as bathrooms and laundries & Underfloor heating.
- Solid wood flooring is made from planks of timber that are nailed to a permanent floor. Some wooden floors are floated over the permanent floor and others are made from thicker planks of natural timber. This is the most expensive wood flooring.
Wood flooring prices vary depending on the type chosen and in the case of solid wood, the wood chosen and the thickness.