Hardwood Flooring in a Conservatory?

8_stunning_wood_textures_by_kropped-d4ep5fbWe are often asked about installing hardwood flooring at a conservatory. You will get a wide range of colors, species of timber, grain patterns and surface finishes. Because of this, there is guaranteed to be something to coordinate with your conservatory décor.

Which type of hardwood flooring is best for my conservatory?

You should use engineered hardwood floors in a conservatory because it has been designed and manufactured to ensure that it is secure enough to cope with the regular changes in humidity and heat. What’s more, the engineered floor planks are able to adapt to their surroundings without becoming damaged.

Your conservatory, or some other room with large amounts of glazing, can always change in temperature based upon the weather outside. In the summer period, your conservatory will come to be extremely humid and warm. Alternatively, in the winter period the air becomes dry and the temperature may fall substantially.

You may find the following particularly relevant; a number of the most popular types of engineered hardwood flooring that can be used in conservatories:

  • Engineered Oak Flooring
  • Grey Engineered Wood Flooring
  • White Engineered Wood Flooring
  • Engineered Walnut Flooring
  • Hand Scraped Engineered Wood Flooring
  • Distressed Engineered Wood Flooring

How do I look after hardwood flooring at a conservatory?

Hardwood flooring is extremely easy to look after. Simply adopt a normal cleaning routine. It is actually the same as cleaning a hardwood floor in any other room in your property. Firstly, sweep up any dirt and dust from the surface of the ground every day. Next, use a wood flooring cleaning solution and mop, once the floor becomes dirty. We’d advise doing so around once weekly.

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