The Heritage Collection Launch Sale on Engineered Oak Flooring

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Sheffield based flooring specialists The Heritage Collection have begun their annual sale on oak engineered flooring. This classic type of wood flooring is more popular than ever according to this leading retailer.

The Heritage Collection of Flooring

Oak floors are popular because of their durability and classic feel. Engineered oak takes the quality to another level

The Heritage Collection have been offering engineered wood products to UK consumers for many years. Their range of stair parts, doors and floors makes them a leading supplier and they deliver direct across the country.

Each year this retailer offers a sale on their most popular range - engineered oak flooring. Despite this type of wood flooring being more expensive than laminate flooring, which has seen a huge rise in sales in the last decade, engineered floors continue to be the choice for those wanting a durable result.

Brett Mordey, managing director at The Heritage Collection, says that people will always pay a little bit more to get the huge advantage over the laminate alternative: "There is a certainly a market for the cheaper laminate panels, but our engineered oak flooring will never cease to be the preferred choice for those who need or want quality wood flooring".

He went on to add: "Engineered oak floors will not only last twice as long as the laminate alternative, but they look, feel and even smell a hundred times better. There is no better feeling than having quality, newly engineered oak floors installed into your home. That's why we offer an annual sale. We benefit from the fact that we sell so much of the prime grade engineered wood panels, we can discount the price for our customers".

The Heritage Collection of engineered oak flooring comes in 14mm or 18mm thickness, and is available as locking or tongue and groove; both offering easy installation. For more information contact The Heritage Collection today on 0114 247 2534.

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