Timeless in nature with its own unique detailing

Engineered Wood is the natural flooring material most widely specified for commercial and residential projects. It is available in four significant collections — Domus Wood, Pergo WoodAura Wood and Robur Wood.

A high-performance structured product suitable for heavy foot traffic, its real wood top layer with all its infinite detail and character radiates natural beauty.

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Highest Standards of Quality & Performance

Producing engineered planks and parquets is a complex manufacturing process. Layers of mixed wood species are cross bonded and finished to form a dimensionally stable material that minimises movement, splitting, shrinkage or expansion, making it ideal for underfloor heating.

The top layer, also known as the wear layer or lamella, is typically oak, ash, or walnut; all three are high-quality, dense, durable wood species. The structural layers below are high-quality timbers but faster-growing, such as birch, pine, or spruce.

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Precise, Rigorous & Engineered to Perfection

All Engineered Wood ranges supplied by Domus are pre-finished at our state-of-the-art factories. Each piece is carefully selected, cut, graded, sanded, brushed, profiled, treated, stained, coloured and finished with layers of protective lacquer or oil, often utilising UV curing technology.

Every element of the process is controlled at the factory, creating a sophisticated pre-finished product ready for installation.

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Minimal Environmental Impact

To minimise the impact on the environment Domus Wood, Pergo WoodAura Wood and Robur Wood ranges are certified products sourced from carefully managed forests.

Domus Wood and Aura Wood ranges are FSC® chain of custody (FSC® C124301) certified, assuring clients that the products specified are responsibly sourced. The Forest Stewardship Council® is an international organisation dedicated to promoting responsible management of the world’s forests. Founded in 1993 in response to public concern towards deforestation, the FSC® is the only wood certification scheme endorsed by the major environmental charities. Every link between the forest and the finished product is certified, guaranteeing clear and unequivocal sourcing information and chain of custody.

View our FSC® Chain of Custody certification here

Pergo Wood and Robur Wood ranges are PEFC™ certified (PEFC/16-37-2066) using only woods from sustainably managed forests. Domus confirms our commitment to implement and maintain the chain of custody requirements set out by PEFC™.
The "Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification Schemes" (PEFC™) is the biggest independent organisation worldwide for the verification of sustainable forest management. PEFC™ Chain of Custody (CoC) certification is a verified mechanism for tracking certified materials from the forest to the final product. Domus recognises that it has a responsibility for current & future generations & will strive to promote sustainable forest management and discourage unsustainable management practices. We consider it important that the origin of our wood-based products can be demonstrated through credible, independent Chain of Custody certification, based on international standards & norms.  

View our PEFC™ Chain of Custody certification here

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View the Collections

A comprehensive wood specification studio with wood samples to take away is located at our London Clerkenwell showroom where designers can explore all the Engineered Wood collections.

The Domus Engineered Flooring Team can offer tailored advice regarding design, installation, cleaning and maintenance.

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A Brochure with a Reduced Carbon Footprint

The Essentials 2.0 Engineered Wood, Laminate & Vinyl brochure is printed on Carbon Balanced paper. The amount of carbon emitted making the paper for the brochure has been measured and offset through the work of the World Land Trust. At their project sites around the globe, the World Land Trust preserve ecologically important forests under threat of clearance, locking in carbon that would otherwise be released and securing continued absorption of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

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