Timber Flooring is one of those options that stay trendy for many years to come. It gives a contemporary feel and a sophisticated look to the space, as well as a lift in value.

Engineered Timber Flooring (23)

Herringbone Oak Flooring (6)

Solid Timber Flooring (8)

Timber Floors are the elegance of any home. There is a wide range of colors and styles to choose from, and you can be sure nothing is compared with its natural feeling. Timber Flooring is one of those options that stays trendy for many years to come. It gives a contemporary feel and a sophisticated look to the space, as well as a lift in value. For many reasons, this is the professional choice you are looking for. One thing you should consider about Timber Flooring is that no matter which type you choose for your place, it will get more and more appealing as time passes.
Different Types



Also known as Hardwood Flooring, it is made from solid hardwood planks. This type of Timber Flooring is the most popular one. These Hardwood planks are made from slow-growing trees, therefore they have a more natural look. Based on the species of the trees, this type of Timber Flooring comes in a wide range of natural colors; As mentioned before, Hardwood Flooring is made up of wood, so in comparison with other types of flooring, it is more durable and has a longer lifetime. Another benefit of this production process is that Solid Timber Flooring is hypoallergenic, and it is completely safe for children, the elderly, and those with health conditions, such as asthma.


Engineered flooring is made of a hardwood plank on top of a supporting board. In other words, it is a layer of hardwood installed on top of the plywood. The hardwood layer is something between 2 to 6 mm thick; the thicker the layer of hardwood the more durable the flooring. It is worth mentioning that, just like Solid Timber Flooring, this type of flooring could also be sanded and polished too. Engineering Timber flooring comes with a dimensionally stable base, therefore it is more resistant to moisture and temperature changes. Most of Engineered Floorings come pre-finished, which makes the installation process quicker.


The Color (which determines the type of species or species mixed), grade (related to the character of the wood, the number of knots and veins), width, and finish of the boards are the main factors in the cost of Timber Flooring.

Generally speaking, Solid Timber Flooring is more expensive than Engineered Timber Flooring, but it is also more durable. So, you have to consider more factors in your choice.

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Timber Flooring has a very wide range of colors, materials, and styles. This factor enables you to match the flooring with the style of your home, and your preferences. This product is one of the most durable products in the market. With the right maintenance, this flooring can last for a lifetime.

Timber Flooring instantly adds value to any property. Because of the warmth and posh look and feel of it, and the natural wood used in production, it is valuable both economically and spiritually.


Do Timber Floors change over time?

Due to aging, Timber Flooring colors fade over time, which is mostly because of the sunlight. It is recommended to use rugs in the areas of direct sunlight, or use shades to redirect the sunlight.

How many years does Timber Flooring last?

Timber Flooring is a long-lasting and durable material. This product can last for decades, and they are easy to maintain.

How should I maintain the Timber Floors?

It is wise to protect Timber Floors from direct sunlight by using a mat or carpet. You can collect the dust of the shoes using a mat on doorways. For cleaning, you can use a vacuum, broom, or wet mop with no chemical product. Timber Flooring must be protected against scratches by using pads under the furniture.

Is the Hardness of all Timber Flooring Types the same?

No, because different Timber Floorings are collected from different types of trees, their hardness is not the same.