Elesco are a family run flooring company based in York.  Our floors are hand finished at our state-of-the-art factory, allowing us to provide clients with a wide range of finishes and designs with short lead times.  Elesco offers the most popular styles of engineered oak flooring including, herringbone, planks, chevron, basket weave and mansion weave.  All designs can be finished in any colour from our expansive range, we offer a hardwax and UV oil range, meaning we can offer clients an almost endless choice which are suitable for any domestic or commercial applications.  We also offer a colour matching service for our entire flooring range.  Please see our colours page for further details.  Our collections highlights textured flooring and different effects.   We stock large quantities of unfinished oak so we can quickly react to market demands and deliver your perfect floor in a short time frame. Please contact us today to see how we can help with any of your oak flooring requirements on 01904 295223 or nik.nunez@elesco.co.uk

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Engineered flooring supplied by Elesco Parquet is suitable for use with underfloor heating system. You should not lay any solid wood flooring over underfloor heating systems.

Caring For Your Floor

Looking after your wood flooring provided by Elesco Parquet is remarkably simple and easy. With some basic maintenance your floor will continue to look fantastic for

Underfloor Heating

Elesco Parquet floors are suitable for use with underfloor heating. If the system is new the system must be switched on and running for 3 weeks prior to installing the flooring.


The collections at Elesco focuses on different textures and effects.  From burnt Shou Sugi Ban flooring to the beautiful FeathEffect range.  Our skilled flooring technicians hand finish these floors to ensure we produce the highest quality finishes.

What is Engineered Wood Flooring.

Engineered wood floors are constructed from multiple layers of wood, the top layer or lamella is usually oak. The core of the board is made from plywood, this method of layering timber adds stability and strength.
Wood is a natural product and is hygroscopic – which means the floor absorbs and losses moisture. If the humidity changes the wood floor can swell or shrink as the floor’s moisture content changes. Changing humidity can be caused by seasons changes or the use of air conditioning or heating systems. Engineered flooring outperforms its solid counterpart in relation to humidity changes and engineered flooring can be used over underfloor heating. Due to the increased stability of an engineered floor, longer and wider planks can be produced.