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Engineered Elm Flooring

Fabulous wild grain moving around cats paws with deep rich colours.

Elm Engineered Wood Flooring

Elm is a stunningly attractive timber with contrasting colours where the sap wood is a rich creamy white against a darker heartwood. Engineered elm flooring is a floor that exudes character. In our opinion it is the most striking of all our native hardwoods. By overseeing the milling process Ben Sutton is able to assess the boards as they come off the saw. This enables us to grade the boards so we can provide the most visually beautiful timber for our flooring.

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Wider Boards

Our English Elm boards are very characterful with fabulous burrs and swirling grain.  Featuring a wide variation in both colour and grain direction English Elm provides an exclusive, wonderfully interesting floor. The wider boards allows the grain to shine and creates the illusion of width within a space. We stock both English and European Elm engineered flooring.

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Sustainably Sourced

English Elm engineered wood flooring offers boards with a creamy contrasting sapwood and prominent swirling grain with loads of interest. Wych Elm with purple hues and vibrant green constitutes a real statement floor. This fabulous but increasingly rare timber is an absolute stunner.  All our Elm is sustainably sourced throughout the UK and Europe.

DUTCH ELM DISEASE

Sadly we lost practically all of our elm trees to Dutch elm disease in the late 60s and early 70s. It is a type of disease spread by a beetle which is known as a ‘vascular wilt’ because the fungus blocks the vascular (water transport) system, causing the branches to wilt and die. The result is that finding good quality logs for milling is becoming more difficult every year.

However there is a glimmer of hope and a point of note is that here in East Anglia there are significant groups of mature surviving smooth-leaved elm trees which are possibly resistant to the fungal disease.

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