solid oak flooring

  1. Floating Solid and Engineered Wood Flooring

    Floating Solid and Engineered Wood Flooring
    Our customers often ask advice about the best way to fit the wood flooring that they have bought from us. The advice we offer can vary depending on the type of flooring purchased and also what the customer is fitting the floor onto (the subfloor). This mini guide offers guidance for floating our own solid and engineered wood floors. The...
  2. Solid Wood Flooring - A Quick Guide

    Solid Wood Flooring - A Quick Guide
    Solid hardwoods are arguably the first choice amongst discerning householders for flooring. Combining a timeless elegance with durability, ease of maintenance and cleaning, there is nothing that quite compares with the beauty of a real wood floor. There are many misconceptions about wood. These misconceptions lead to fears about how it reacts under different conditions and how suitable it is...
  3. What is Brown Oak Flooring?

    When customers visit our showroom and factory here in Yorkshire they often comment on the beautiful European Brown Oak Flooring that is laid in our reception area, and often enquire about the unusual patterning on the boards and ask how we have achieved it.   Brown Oak Flooring in British Hardwoods' reception The patterning on European Brown Oak, however, is...
  4. Oak Flooring Grades

    When choosing oak flooring, customers often ask us about the different grades of wood available. This choice can be made even more difficult by the terminology used by different manufacturers/suppliers; one supplier’s “barn grade” might be another’s “country grade” and so on. Here is a quick guide to the different British Hardwoods oak flooring grades. Classic Grade European Oak Flooring...

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