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Wood Flooring

Wood floors are some of the most beautiful and warmest floors you can have in your home, this is due to its versatility of function and design, as well as an inherent natural charm. Made to last a lifetime, timber floors are highly sought after and add value to your home.

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What is engineered wood flooring?

Engineered wood flooring or engineered timber flooring is an enhanced version of a solid wood floor. Construction consists of 3 to 10 layers of wood (typically 5). Each layer of wood is called a “ply” and they are oriented in different directions for strength, then glued under pressure. This construction technique results in a wood floor that is more stable than a solid wood floor. Stable meaning the floor is less susceptible to shrinkage and expansion movement due to fluctuations in humidity or temperature. These floors are also able to be installed directly over concrete.

What are the benefits of engineered timber hardwood flooring?

Hardwood flooring is an investment to your home, not only do they look great and feel great but they are durable and last a long time. Plus, buyers are willing to pay top dollar for homes with hardwood floors.

Wooden floors are easy to look after, requiring very little maintenance beyond regular vacuuming or sweeping and occasional damp mopping. When a hardwood floor starts to get damaged and worn down, you have the option of refinishing it. This involves sanding the surface down past the finish and any other defects, then re-applying stain (if desired) and a protective finish leaving you with brand new looking floors.

Hardwood flooring works with all styles of decorating, from traditional to modern. It is available in several types of wood, such as oak, cherry, and walnut, and can be sanded and stained to suit the home owner’s taste. When your style changes, you also can change the look of your hardwood floors. ​Chat to the highly knowledgeable team at your local Carpet Court store for expert tips on timber flooring.

Where should I use wood flooring in my home?

Timber flooring is solid and sturdy, it can withstand heavy foot traffic, cleans up easily and is softer underfoot than tiles or concrete. All these attributes make it a great flooring option for most areas of the home, including, kitchen, living areas, bedrooms, halls and entranceways. Pop a cozy rug down on your wooden floor in the bedroom or lounge for added warmth, texture, and noise insulation.

Solid timber floors are not recommended for wet areas such as bathrooms and laundries due to the high moisture and water coming from all directions: bathtub overflows, sink spills, shower pooling, or washing machines flooding. Opt for an engineered wood here instead or move away from wood altogether.

To find your closest Carpet Court store and check out our wood flooring options available click here then call in and chat with the friendly team.

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the carpet court story

Carpet Court was founded in the 1960’s by a small group of like-minded flooring retailers looking to establish a better experience and provide greater value for our customers. Today our flourishing business has 57 stores nationwide with a reputation reflecting our longstanding presence in the market and the thousands of NZ homes we have installed carpet and flooring into over the decades.

We are New Zealand’s most trusted and preferred flooring retailer and work hard to ensure our customers enjoy the process of purchasing flooring which can often be a confusing and stressful experience. Our Customer Service focus has been recognised by winning Gold in 2018, 2019 and 2020 for flooring stores in the Reader’s Digest Quality Service Awards - an area we continually strive to improve upon.