Choosing the right flooring for your space can be a challenging decision, considering factors like design compatibility, aesthetics, and personal preferences. To make an informed choice between solid board and engineered flooring, it’s crucial to understand the key differences. Let’s delve into the comparison.

Solid Board Flooring:

Solid wood flooring is crafted from a single, thicker piece of wood, providing a timeless and robust option. At Renaissance Parquet, our solid board options come in various lengths, widths, colors, and finishes, ensuring a perfect match for any interior style. Explore our Solid Board flooring options here.

Dimensions of our Solid Board flooring:

Length: Up to 2.4 meters

Width: Ranging from 75mm to 600mm

Thickness: 21mm

Engineered Flooring:

Engineered floors offer a versatile and cost-effective alternative to solid timber, with a wide array of colors and options available. Triple French Oak engineered flooring is a popular choice, offering customization possibilities for a personalized finish.

Engineered floors are typically thinner and wider compared to solid boards. However, the layered construction of engineered wood allows for similar aesthetics to solid boards while minimizing the risk of cracking and shrinking. This makes engineered flooring an ideal choice for smaller or customized dimensions.

At Renaissance Parquet, our engineered floor dimensions include:

Length: Ranging from 225mm to 900mm

Width: Ranging from 40mm to 140mm

Thickness: 21mm

Making Your Choice:

When deciding between solid and engineered timber flooring, consider factors such as durability, customization options, and budget. Solid boards offer a traditional, sturdy option, while engineered floors provide versatility and tailored finishes.

Ultimately, your choice will depend on your specific needs and preferences. Explore our range of solid and engineered flooring options to find the perfect fit for your space.