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Wood Flooring at Lees

Wood Flooring at Lees

20,000 sq.ft. Showroom in Grimsby

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Wood Flooring Grimsby

Explore the extensive range of wood flooring available here at Lees Furnishers. Our wood flooring is suitable for every room and every household. So, whether you are looking for wood flooring for lounges, bedrooms or bathrooms, Lees have got you covered. From solid woods, engineered wood and laminate, we have a diverse product offering of carpets for sale online and at our local showroom in Grimsby.

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Our Showroom

Hundreds of home furnishings ideas in our Grimsby showroom. Within an hour’s drive from Scunthorpe, Lincoln, Hull and Beverley.

222 Victoria Street North
North East Lincolnshire
DN31 1BJ

 01472 353251

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Plenty of free parking available.

Showroom Opening Times


9:30 am – 5:30 pm
9:30 am – 5:30 pm
9:30 am – 5:30 pm
9:30 am – 5:30 pm
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11.00 am – 4.00 pm

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Wood Flooring For Sale

If you are looking for inspiration or style advice in your search for wood flooring in Grimsby, at our showroom our expert sales team can provide you with assistance. We recognise it can be a difficult choice with a wide variety of styles, designs and colours to choose from, so we can offer styling tips to identify the right flooring to match your taste. At Lees we can also arrange for wood flooring samples to be delivered to your home to help you choose your desired flooring.

We pride ourselves on finding flooring solutions for customers across Lincolnshire. So, if you are looking for wood flooring in Hull or Lincoln, we highly recommend taking a trip to our showroom to browse our fine collection of wood flooring in Grimsby. At Lees furnishers we also offer a professional fitting service. Our dedicated flooring fitters will ensure that your new wood floor is fitted properly and will leave you delighted. Browse our wood flooring in Grimsby range online or get in touch with us today if you have any questions about our product offering.

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Wood Flooring - Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits of wood flooring?

Wood flooring is a timeless choice. Whether you prefer the rich warmth of oak or the sleek elegance of maple, wood flooring seamlessly blends with various design styles, from rustic farmhouse to contemporary minimalist. The varying grains, textures, and colours of wood provide a sense of character and depth, creating a warm and natural charm.

But beyond its aesthetic appeal, wood flooring offers many other benefits. Wood flooring is renowned for its durability and resilience to wear and tear. Unlike carpets or laminate flooring, which can trap dirt, dust, and allergens, wood surfaces are naturally resistant to stains and scratches. Regular sweeping and damp mopping are all that's required to maintain your wood floors' pristine appearance. And unlike carpets, which can harbour dust mites and other allergens, wood floors have a natural ability to regulate air quality thanks to the porous structure of the wood.

With proper care and maintenance, wood floors can provide decades of enjoyment. And as a natural material with timeless appeal, wood floors are considered a desirable feature by potential buyers and a well-maintained wood floor could increase the value of your property.

What type of wood is best for wood flooring?

Oak flooring is a popular choice that blends seamlessly with various interior styles. Its natural grain patterns and rich tones add character to your space to create a warm and inviting atmosphere. Oak flooring is renowned for its strength and resistance to wear, making it an ideal option for high-traffic areas and, with proper maintenance, oak flooring can withstand the test of time.

Known for its rich, dark hues and distinctive grain patterns, walnut wood adds a sense of opulence to any room. It is a durable hardwood that stands up well to daily wear and tear and is unique colour variations make each plank unique and distinctive.

Maple wood flooring is ideal for clean and contemporary spaces. Known for its light, creamy colour and subtle grain patterns, maple creates a bright and airy feel that will complement a wide range of interior design styles, making them feel larger and more inviting. With its durability and resistance to impact, it’s a particularly good choice for busy households.

If environmental sustainability is a priority, explore the beauty of bamboo flooring. Bamboo is a rapidly renewable resource that offers an eco-friendly alternative to traditional hardwoods. As a grass rather than a tree, bamboo matures quickly, making it an environmentally responsible choice.

How thick should wood flooring be?

Often referred to as the wear layer in engineered wood, the depth of your wood flooring is a crucial consideration for both aesthetic and functional reasons. The wear layer is the thickness of the actual hardwood veneer that sits atop the engineered layers. For longevity and versatility, a common recommendation for the wear layer thickness is around 2 to 6 millimetres. This range strikes a balance, allowing for multiple refinishing processes over the floor's lifespan without compromising the structural integrity of the material.

In high-traffic areas, a thicker wear layer can better withstand the daily wear and tear, ensuring that your floor remains attractive and resilient over time, and provides the flexibility for more sanding and refinishing sessions. Softer woods may require a thicker wear layer to maintain their appearance in the face of heavy use, while harder woods may be more forgiving with a slightly thinner wear layer. Understanding the characteristics of different wood species and their resistance to scratches and dents can guide you in selecting the appropriate depth for your flooring. When installing wood flooring in areas with moisture concerns, such as basements or bathrooms, a thicker wear layer becomes essential. It adds an extra layer of protection against potential moisture damage and allows for a more extended lifespan of the floor.

Does wood flooring scratch easily?

Although wood flooring is not completely immune to scratches, with some mindful care and preventive measures your wood flooring can last a lifetime.

The type of wood species you choose plays a significant role. Softer woods like pine or fir are more prone to scratches than harder species like oak or maple. If you have a high-traffic area or a home with active pets, opting for a harder wood can help mitigate the risk of scratches and maintain the floor's appearance over time. High heels, furniture with sharp edges, and dragging heavy objects can leave marks on the surface. Implementing preventive measures such as using furniture pads, area rugs, or removing shoes indoors can help minimise the risk of scratches. Regular cleaning with a soft broom or vacuum cleaner designed for hard floors can prevent small debris from causing abrasions.

Implementing a routine that includes sweeping or vacuuming regularly and promptly cleaning up spills can prevent dirt and grit from causing scratches over time. Additionally, consider using area rugs or runners in high-traffic zones to add an extra layer of protection to vulnerable areas. This approach not only safeguards your floors but also allows you to showcase the natural beauty of the wood without worrying about scratches.

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