Natural Oak Engineered Wood Floor Planks
The warmth and depth of tones in our precision Oak engineered wood floor planks fill any area with light and subtle tones. With its fine wire brushed surface, to remove soft core stuck in-between the grain, revealing high-definition detail the beauty and form of the wood with its now exposed grains.
Oak is very hard wearing, brushing the floor planks makes them more durable so damage such as scratches and dents are less visible. Brushed oak is always a favourite with many due to the look feel and high definition texture.
Our 190 wide Oak oiled boards are fixed lengths with 1 split board giving you a lovey sense of openness and an airy feel with the larger sized boards opposed to the smaller or random length products. An oiled product is always an advantage as you can repair these without having to sand a whole floor. Oiled floors can also be re-oiled or in many cases if hard waxed last longer and this will protect and prolong the longevity of your floor.
|Fixed Lengths 1.9m
|Natural, Brushed & Oiled
|Engineered Plank, Mirco-Bevelled Edges
|Tongue & Groove
|20 years (Residential)
Engineered Wood Flooring
Engineered wood flooring consists of two or more layers of wood adhered together to form a plank. Typically, engineered wood uses a thin layer (lamella) of oak bonded to a core constructed from a ply base. The structure formed with each layer at a 90° angle to the layer above.
Installed on many subfloors. Engineered wood is the most common type of wood flooring in Europe. It has been growing in popularity in North America.
Tongue & Groove
One side and one end of the plank has a groove. The other side and end have a tongue (protruding wood along an edge’s centre). The tongue & groove fit snugly together, aligning the planks, whilst hiding the joint.
Tongue & Groove installation methods:
- Glue-down method (Engineered and Solid)
- Floating method with an underlay (Engineered only)
- Nail-down method (Engineered and Solid).
Types Of Floor Finishes
- Brushed & Oiled – Steel brushed in the direction of the grain. This opens the surface of the wood, removing splinters. Oil is applied to seal the oak.
- Oiled – Oiled floors are the most common floor finish. Oils for floor finishing are natural drying oils of vegetable origin. These oils are not petroleum based oils & contain no VOCs.
- Lacquered – Lacquered floors tend to be more durable and resilient to scratching. The lacquer provides a flat and smooth finish to the wood flooring.
In line with industry standards, packs may contain one split starter plank to assist with the floor layout stagger.
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