Beech Engineered Hardwood Flooring

Beech Engineered Hardwood Flooring summary; This wood is generally harder and is a wood that is to be compared with an oak grain but light reddish and has a white-yellow color. This wood will not be modified to much from it’s original colors. It is a little above-average priced wood. The Grades available are A and AB, a BC or BCD grade is not used often in as flooring


European beech is a traditional wood species here at Arrow Wood. Together with oak, maple and pine, beech-engineered hardwood flooring was the first flooring we used to manufacture engineered wooden floors
Beech wood is known for its erratic structure and color. In order to bring harmony in the wood color and stabilize the wood, beech wood gets steamed. The color is white to yellow with a soft reddish grain. Beech wood has a very characteristic appearance, making it easily recognizable. Beech engineered hardwood flooring is very popular in the northern European countries more than ten years ago, today we see Beech is coming back a little since it’s nice A and AB grade.

We produce engineered beech wood flooring with a width of 18 cm, wider flooring boards are possible on request.

Beech strong 78%
Reference soft wood like pine and spruce, strong 50%

The hardness of beech is similar or a little better to that of oak. Beech is perfectly suited for flooring planks, especially popular is beech engineered hardwood flooring without or very little knots (A/AB Grade).

The range of natural colors and a hard but elastic surface that makes it naturally shock- and scratch-resistant make beech wood a popular choice for for the home or office flooring. Due to its flexibility and elasticity, beech is a great wood floor for factories, gymnasiums, and squash and badminton courts. Engineered beech wood flooring is superior to solid beech wood floors for various reasons, which we will explain in detail below.

Beech wood is medium to heavy weight. The wood is light-colored, with a closed cell structure. Beech has good strength properties comparable to oak wood, and it has a high abrasion resistance. Beech wood can take staining nice, particularly oil-based finishes but is not common used. It weighs about 0.73 g/cm3 and is widely used for furniture framing and carcass construction, flooring and engineering purposes, in plywood and in household items like plates. Higher grades of beech engineered hardwood flooring will show less knotting and color contrast.


  • Can not be use on floor heating.
  • Can color nice with star white.
  • Can use top coat protection.
  • Can not be in smoked design, like oak.
  • PU lacquer will enhance strength of the top
  • Little harder than oak wood
  • Beech has hardly any light sap wood.
  • Sap wood not need any color.
  • Keep up the maintenance protocols
  • The wood has a soft color and grains
  • Available in mainly A and AB grades
  • Harvest in middle Europe
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