Solid and Engineered Wood

An incredible range of solid and engineered hardwood flooring

At First Floors we provide solid and engineered hardwood flooring from the UK’s top brands such as Boen, Quick-Step, Kersaint Cobb, Lifestyle Floors, Kahrs and Caledonian as well as some lesser-known innovative brands such as Panaget Parquet and Woodpecker.

Engineered and solid hardwood flooring provides a stunning finish to any room. It will last generations and does not wear down, offering long-lasting quality and real value for money. We provide a wide range of timber and grades, all environmentally friendly and responsibly sourced.

There are many wood types, styles, widths and thicknesses of hardwood flooring available and our highly skilled, qualified fitters are adept at fitting wood flooring in parquet wood styles such hexparket, herringbone and crosshatch in whale bone, bamboo, oak, walnut, beech, maple and more.

With our price match guarantee you can rest assured that you’ll be getting an exceptional product at the best possible price. That’s why we were awarded the title of ‘Scotland’s Best Flooring Company 2017 at the Scottish Home Improvement Awards and East Renfrewshire’s Best Business 2017 by the East Renfrewshire Chamber of Commerce.

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Special Offers

Promo Oak 1 Strip Lacquered

Was £49 Now £39

Ash 3 Strip Grey Engineered

Was £39 Now £31

Oak Natural Hand Scraped

Was £75 Now £49

Oak 1 White Strip Engineered

Was £49 Now £39

FAQs

Will I need to refinish an engineered floor?
It depends upon the thickness of your hardwood layer, but it is very rare to require your engineered floor to be refinished. With the high quality finishes that are offered and the extensive process that refinishing a floor entails, damaged areas are often removed professionally.
Can engineered wood floors be laid over a concrete floor?
Concrete is the ideal base for an engineered wood floor. First you will need a floating floor over a Combi underlay, as this will have a damp proof membrane. Then the engineered wood floor will be fully glued to the sub floor.
Do I need to leave an expansion gap with wooden floors?
An expansion gap needs to be left with all wood and laminate flooring that is fitted in your home. Wherever your solid hardwood, engineered wood or laminate floor meets a fixed object such as a skirting rail, door, pipes etc. you will need to allow a gap of 1.5mm for every metre in length and width.
What is the best laying direction?
Laminate and hardwood flooring can be laid in your home either lengthwise or width-wise. It really does depend on the room and your own personal choice. We recommend laying the floor in the same direction as the main light source and the main front door. If you have lots of doors and windows then we will recommend which direction will look best based on our experience and expertise.
Can an engineered wood floor be installed in bathrooms or wet areas?
No it is not recommended to install engineered wood flooring in bathrooms or wets areas. Areas such as kitchens or toilets are fine as long as any spillages of water are cleaned up as soon as possible.
What’s the best alternative to wood flooring?
Laminate and luxury vinyl flooring are both extremely versatile flooring products. They can be installed in virtually any room of your home, above or below ground, over wood or concrete. There are several locations that are not recommended for laminate and vinyl flooring. With recent manufacturing developments the look as well as the feel of these products are very close to real wood.