Murray Timber Products are specialists in the supply, installation and maintenance of engineered hardwood flooring. Based in Cumbernauld near Glasgow, Murray Timber Products are ideally located to provide engineered hardwood flooring solutions to Glasgow, Stirling and Central Scotland. There are in fact many different types of hardwood flooring. This section of the website explains engineered hardwood flooring.
Engineered hardwood flooring is wooden boards that are made up of a plywood/softwood core, with a 3mm-6mm hardwood face. The construction of the boards provide better stability, particularly essential when operating over underfloor heating. These boards are available in three thicknesses, 14/18 and 20 mm, with different widths and installation available depending on the subfloor and conditions.
Engineered floorboards are more stable than solid, especially with large variations in temperature and humidity in a building. The hardwood floors tend to be available in longer lengths and are more efficient at installing, providing a more superior finish. There are floors available in different species and coloured finishes.
Murray Timber Products are specialists in the supply, installation and maintenance of solid wood flooring. Based in Cumbernauld near Glasgow, we are ideally located to provide solid wood flooring solutions to Glasgow, Stirling and Central Scotland. With solid hardwood flooring, we provide a unique floor to complement any environment, from a truly cosy living room to a 5-star beach resort or hotel. There are numerous options available in solid flooring, from standard rustic oak to an oak fumed or smoked. In addition, many oak boards are available in different coloured oiled finishes to accentuate the grain and figure in the wood.
Other species available in solid flooring are ash, beech, cherry, maple, jatoba and walnut. All these floors are available in different solid hardwood finishes, from lacquered and oiled to brushed and oiled, depending on the species. With a solid hardwood floor there are many years of resanding available to return the floor back to new original state if the floor requires some maintenance. With a solid hardwood floor, it is imperative a thorough site inspection is conducted, as many solid hardwood floors are not suitable in certain conditions. Murray Timber Flooring of course offers customers the best advice for wood maintenance.