Replace your old and damaged floors with premium quality engineered wood flooring in Clitheroe. Horwich Carpets are a reputed, well-established family run business that has more than fifty years’ experience in this sector. We have been leading carpet fitters and suppliers in the Bolton and Manchester region. Now we’re proud to be known as one of the finest flooring and interiors company in the North West, with an extensive showroom for the convenience of customers. We provide a comprehensive range of flooring solutions including bespoke carpets, ready-made carpets, Amtico and Karndean floors, natural and engineered wood floors.
Whatever the size and nature of your flooring requirement, we are glad to be of service. In Clitheroe, engineered wood flooring is a great choice for replacement, renovations and new builds. Engineered wood is a man-made product, also known as composite wood, and manufactured wood. It is made by binding veneers, strips, strands, particles and fibres of wood, with adhesives. This forms a composite material that can be cut into planks, sawn, polished, sanded, and finished according to your needs. This wood is versatile and available in a wide variety of grades, sizes, thicknesses, and exposure durability classifications. It’s a good option for residential and commercial building projects. Engineered wood is more strong and stiff as compared to natural wood. They can be used in a wide variety of applications. However, unless the manufacturing process is of good quality, the product can be harmful. This is because the quality of glue used many be inferior. Our engineered wood products are of the best quality and adequately tested before we offer them to our clients.
When you choose to install engineered wood flooring in Clitheroe, ensure that it’s done only by trained, qualified, experienced technicians.For more information about our engineered wood flooring, contact Horwich Carpets. This flooring has many advantages: it is easy to install, moisture resistant, and doesn’t warp, swell, crack or lose its shape. It is considered more environmentally-friendly than hardwood flooring. It’s also easy to clean, remains hygienic and pest-resistant unlike timber.