Engineered Classic Grade Oak Flooring 20mm
A beautiful engineered oak floor machined from sustainably-sourced classic grade European oak. The timber has a light biscuit tone with a distinctive grain pattern and natural figuring. Whilst most of the floor will contain minimal knots, some boards will display small filled knots and scatterings of pip, which enhance the natural beauty of the wood. The boards can be supplied with an optional hardwax oil finish or supplied unoiled - ready to take a finish of your own choice.
Board width: 185mm | Thickness: 20mm | Average board length: 2.4m
We are proud to be one of the very few companies who manufacture engineered hardwood flooring in the UK. Our 20mm Engineered Classic Grade Oak flooring comprises a 5mm top layer of French oak bonded, using a high quality D4 adhesive, onto a base of 15mm birch plywood. This results in a hardwood floor that is far more tolerant to changes in temperature and relative humidity and displays little or no movement due to the cross bonding of layers. Our Engineered Oak retains the natural look and feel of solid oak flooring with the added benefit of strength and stability throughout. Due to its robust structural properties, our Engineered Oak flooring is ideal for installation in conjunction with under-floor heating systems.
All the raw timber we use is sourced from either PEFC or FSC certfied suppliers. The timber is kiln-dried to a moisture content of 8-10% and kept at an ambient temperature in our heated and humidity controlled factory. All our wood floors are manufactured to order, from the same batch of timber. We pre-plane the boards before final machining which results in accurately machined floorboards which are extremely straight, flat and a pleasure to fit. Mass produced imported floors are not made, or quality controlled, to the same high standards as a British Hardwoods wood floor.
|Country of Manufacture||United Kingdom|
|Timber Species||European Oak|
|Top Layer||5mm European Oak|
|Base Layer||15mm Birch Plywood|
|Timber Grade||Classic Grade|
|Edge Detail||Micro Bevel (on long edges) or Square Edge|
|Profile||Tongue and Groove (including ends)|