Why choose Abbey flooring?
Whatever your décor and whatever the room, you’ll find the perfect Abbey Wood Flooring in this collection. Having input on every consideration – from design to manufacturing – we can guarantee the quality of this brand. To prove that, you’ll find guarantees running all the way up to 20 years. And these floors won’t only last in terms of durability, they’re designed to suit a range of decors, ensuring they’ll suit your room, regardless of any interior changes further down the line.
What are the different types of Abbey Wood flooring?
Choosing Abbey flooring gives you an incredibly wide choice when it comes to floors. Masters of engineered and solid wood flooring, they provide floors for every room and every scenario. What’s more, they’re available in a range of colours and quality grades too.
Engineered Abbey Flooring
The cheapest option when it comes to Abbey Flooring, these floors are ideal if you’re looking for a style that’ll last but won’t break the bank. Made from a plywood core and a top layer of real wood, they’re environmentally friendly, easy to maintain and surprisingly straightforward to install.
Solid Wood Abbey Floors
After a show-stopping statement maker? Something to get the neighbours talking? You can’t do much better than a real Abbey wood floor. A little more expensive than their engineered counterparts, these floors are synonymous with luxury and style. But with the extra cost comes extra quality. Most of these floors come with an incredible 20-year warranty, providing you peace of mind that this is a floor to last.
Consider the Abbey Elite range which features floors that are designed with the very highest attention to detail. These great-looking floors take advantage of extra care and attention in the manufacturing process. For example, consider the Abbey Calder Oak Engineered Wood Floor. Brushed, UV oiled, and made from a plywood core, this floor has a subtle texture filled with a full spectrum of rustic characteristics.
Here's a video look at the typical installation process for one of these floors:
For more information on our range of Abbey floors, get in touch now on 0330 100 00 15