Diamond Walnut Herringbone
€43.03 / m2 inc. VAT
€34.99 / m2 excl. VAT
1 - 30 m2
€45.49 Inc. VAT
30 - 70 m2
€44.26 Inc. VAT
€43.03 Inc. VAT
Typical High Street Price €71.99 / m2
Free delivery on all samples
Sherlock Herringbone Walnut is a world first in engineered veneer wood flooring technology. It uses a 0.6mm real wood veneer as a top layer but is then coated in our exclusive lamination surface to give an AC5 Rated wear layer on top of the real wood. The result is a real wood floor in your home that will last for years without the need for sanding or refinishing. The AC5 rated wear layer ensures the wood is significantly more resistant to wear, scratches and stains, compared to even the best-toughened wood floor lacquers. Sanding is not required with this floor due to while retaining the true beauty, feel and warmth that only real wood can offer. It is one of the best wood flooring product we have seen yet, and it's certainly the toughest.
Veneer Wood Flooring
Veneer wood flooring can be a fantastic alternative to a solid wood floor or a laminate. They are made up of a very thin layer of real wood that is then protected by either a lacquer or other protective surface to reduce the chance of wear on the real wood. Because the top layer of real wood veneer is so thin it is extremely important to make sure the protective layer is extremely hard wearing and also flexible. This will greatly reduce the chances of scratching or chipping the floor. Normal lacquers or even oils are commonly used on real wood veneered flooring, but we find them inadequate as normal lacquers and oils can and will scratch and mark easily. We use an AC5 melamine to protect our Sherlock diamond floor. Simply put it is highly resistant to scratching and is also flexible so is very difficult to chip.
Learning how to lay engineered wood flooring will vary depending on the type of engineered flooring installation you are doing. Some will have click systems which can vary while others will have tongue and groove profiles which require gluing or nailing down. Despite this all of the other installation requirements are identical and it is important to ensure they are correct. By following this guide on laying engineered wood flooring you will avoid all of the common mistakes that we have seen many flooring installers make.
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Engineered wood floors are one of the most popular floor coverings in the world today. They combine the luxury of solid wood flooring with technical advances to improve performance and efficiency.
It is easy to take care of an engineered floor and well-maintained flooring can look fantastic for many years, but poor maintenance can often lead to problems which can affect the performance and appearance of your floor.
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We are sure that you will love your floor, but if for any reason it does not meet your expectations we can, of course, accept no fuss returns on any orders. We also allow 1 opened box to be returned from each order allowing you a good opportunity to inspect your order before deciding.
To be eligible to return a floor you must notify us by email within 14 days of receiving your floor that you would like to return it. We will supply you with our return address for you to arrange this return of your flooring. The delivery must arrive with us no later than 30 days after it was delivered to you.
Returns can be made to any of our store locations which can be found here. - Wood Floor Warehouse Stores
For full details please refer to Wood Floor Warehouse terms and conditions which also includes details of our in-store returns policy.