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Who supplied your engineered wood floor?

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langlandgirl Sat 14-May-16 09:14:31

Looking for prime grade, in either wide, herringbone or chevron - can't decide yet! We seem to be the other end of the country from most of the show rooms so it's samples for me to begin with then when i narrow down, if needs be will travel to a show room. Thanks all

dontcallmelen Sat 14-May-16 22:06:54

Hi we got ours from greenapple flooring, based in Essex the samples were a good size so choose from those, as showroom is quite a way from us, really pleased with floor, took a bit of a chance but needed flooding quickly & didn't have time to faff about traipsing to showrooms.

tittysprinkles Sun 15-May-16 00:03:02

Atkinson and Kirby. Great quality would recommend.

silversixpence Mon 16-May-16 10:02:18

Ours is from Jordan's wood flooring. We visited lots of showrooms and had over 60 samples and the difference in quality for similar priced products was quite shocking. I was looking for quite a specific finish though but for a standard oiled oak finish there is a lot of choice.

becks5109 Mon 16-May-16 15:00:06

haven't got it yet but have visited lots of places and we're getting ours from Wood and Beyond in Finchley.

peggyundercrackers Mon 16-May-16 15:12:53

we used a local supplier/joinery supplier who kept samples from many different producers.

whiteagle Mon 16-May-16 17:06:56

We bought direct from the supplier - Atkinson & Kirby, Diamond Finish. Beautiful wide plank low knot floor for much less than the showrooms.

langlandgirl Sat 21-May-16 17:01:41

I've fallen in love with Element 7 but don't have the budget - unless i don't buy the lights i want sad

silversixpence Sun 22-May-16 19:36:50

What finish did you like from there? Pretty much any finish is available elsewhere but can take a lot of research to find.

WottaMess Sun 22-May-16 19:56:34

Beach Brothers in Exeter. Superb quality (even if ours was their budget end of things)shock

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