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190mm Unfinished Engineered Rustic Oak Wood Flooring 1.444m²

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190mm
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1900mm
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Tongue and Groove symbol    Unfinished symbol    Under floor heating icon    Underlay symbol    Glue Down symbol

 

Coverage: 1.444m2 with 4 boards which may contain up to 25% random length.

Size: 190x21x1900mm   

Finish: Unfinished  

Type: Engineered plank 1-strip, 6mm hardwood wear layer, plywood backed with a tongue and groove fit 

Construction: Micro bevelled edge  

Installation: Float (with Cush'n'Wood) / Glue down (with Sika T54) / Nail down   

PLEASE NOTE THIS PRODUCT MUST BE FINISHED WITH EITHER LACQUER OR OIL ONCE INSTALLED

 

Wood Flooring Type – Engineered Wood

Engineered hardwood flooring is extremely versatile and durable so the perfect choice for any room in your home.  It is constructed of a wear layer of your chosen species of wood and then a plywood base to give stability and strength.   Once it has been installed it looks just like solid wood flooring, although you have the extra benefits of choosing from wider and longer boards, being able to use it with underfloor heating if you wish, and it can be installed in different ways depending upon requirements.

 

Species – Oak

Oak is by far the most popular choice when it comes to hardwood flooring. It is a timeless and traditional flooring which can also offer a modern feel to a contemporary space. Its pale cream, golden and darker tones create a unique grain pattern where no two planks of flooring are the same.  It is a relatively hard and durable flooring material and can last a lifetime if looked after properly. 

 

Wood Grade – Rustic

Rustic grade hardwood flooring is also sometimes known as CD grade.  It contains natural grain patterns and heavy colour variations along with large knots and visible sapwood.

 

Finish – Unfinished


Unfinished hardwood flooring is the raw wood without any protective layers of lacquer or oil added.  Once it has been installed, the surface of the flooring must be protected with oil or lacquer before it can be walked on.  It is perfect if you are looking to create a totally unique floor by adding your own choice of colour stains and protective top coats.  It is also a great choice if you would prefer to install your flooring before deciding how to finish it to ensure it complements its surroundings.

 

Fit – Tongue and Groove


Tongue and groove flooring is the traditional method of installing wooden floors.  Each plank of flooring has one long side and one short side with a protruding tongue and one long side and one short side with a rebated groove.  The tongues and grooves fit together creating a snug and secure fit. 

 

Installation method – Float over an Underlay (Tongue and Groove)


Floating a floor over an underlay means that the planks of flooring are attached together by gluing the tongue and groove joints, but they are not fixed directly down to the subfloor; instead they float over a layer of underlay.  There are various types of underlay including thermal barriers and sound reducing underlays.  This method of installation is also compatible with underfloor heating. Only engineered hardwood can be floated over an underlay.

OR

Installation method – Direct Glue Down


By gluing your hardwood floor directly down to the subfloor you will create a full surface bond between the existing floor and your new hardwood floor.  You will need to use a flexible flooring adhesive to allow for natural movements with changes in temperature and humidity. Either solid wood flooring or engineered wood flooring can be glued to the subfloor.

 

Acclimatisation

Your hardwood flooring will need to acclimatise to its surroundings before it can be installed.  Solid wood flooring should be left for at least 7 days and engineered wood flooring should be left for at least 3 days.  It should be left in the room where it is going to be installed, which should be dry (no new drying plaster or concrete), heated to between 18 to 24° C and with a relative humidity of between 45-60%.  

 

Maintenance & Aftercare


All types of hardwood floors are easy to look after and maintain. Simply sweep on a daily basis with a soft bristle brush to remove any dirt or dust, and then clean on a weekly basis (more often if needed) using a microfibre mop and wooden floor cleaning spray. To prevent any unwanted dents or damage to your hardwood, remember to remove outdoor footwear, usefelt protector pads on the bottom of furniture, wipe away spills immediately and never drag heavy or sharp object across the floor. This will ensure that you floor keeps looking at its best for as long as possible.

Tongue and Groove symbol    Unfinished symbol    Under floor heating icon    Underlay symbol    Glue Down symbol

 

Coverage: 1.444m2 with 4 boards which may contain up to 25% random length.

Size: 190x21x1900mm   

Finish: Unfinished  

Type: Engineered plank 1-strip, 6mm hardwood wear layer, plywood backed with a tongue and groove fit 

Construction: Micro bevelled edge  

Installation: Float (with Cush'n'Wood) / Glue down (with Sika T54) / Nail down   

PLEASE NOTE THIS PRODUCT MUST BE FINISHED WITH EITHER LACQUER OR OIL ONCE INSTALLED

 

Wood Flooring Type – Engineered Wood

Engineered hardwood flooring is extremely versatile and durable so the perfect choice for any room in your home.  It is constructed of a wear layer of your chosen species of wood and then a plywood base to give stability and strength.   Once it has been installed it looks just like solid wood flooring, although you have the extra benefits of choosing from wider and longer boards, being able to use it with underfloor heating if you wish, and it can be installed in different ways depending upon requirements.

 

Species – Oak

Oak is by far the most popular choice when it comes to hardwood flooring. It is a timeless and traditional flooring which can also offer a modern feel to a contemporary space. Its pale cream, golden and darker tones create a unique grain pattern where no two planks of flooring are the same.  It is a relatively hard and durable flooring material and can last a lifetime if looked after properly. 

 

Wood Grade – Rustic

Rustic grade hardwood flooring is also sometimes known as CD grade.  It contains natural grain patterns and heavy colour variations along with large knots and visible sapwood.

 

Finish – Unfinished


Unfinished hardwood flooring is the raw wood without any protective layers of lacquer or oil added.  Once it has been installed, the surface of the flooring must be protected with oil or lacquer before it can be walked on.  It is perfect if you are looking to create a totally unique floor by adding your own choice of colour stains and protective top coats.  It is also a great choice if you would prefer to install your flooring before deciding how to finish it to ensure it complements its surroundings.

 

Fit – Tongue and Groove


Tongue and groove flooring is the traditional method of installing wooden floors.  Each plank of flooring has one long side and one short side with a protruding tongue and one long side and one short side with a rebated groove.  The tongues and grooves fit together creating a snug and secure fit. 

 

Installation method – Float over an Underlay (Tongue and Groove)


Floating a floor over an underlay means that the planks of flooring are attached together by gluing the tongue and groove joints, but they are not fixed directly down to the subfloor; instead they float over a layer of underlay.  There are various types of underlay including thermal barriers and sound reducing underlays.  This method of installation is also compatible with underfloor heating. Only engineered hardwood can be floated over an underlay.

OR

Installation method – Direct Glue Down


By gluing your hardwood floor directly down to the subfloor you will create a full surface bond between the existing floor and your new hardwood floor.  You will need to use a flexible flooring adhesive to allow for natural movements with changes in temperature and humidity. Either solid wood flooring or engineered wood flooring can be glued to the subfloor.

 

Acclimatisation

Your hardwood flooring will need to acclimatise to its surroundings before it can be installed.  Solid wood flooring should be left for at least 7 days and engineered wood flooring should be left for at least 3 days.  It should be left in the room where it is going to be installed, which should be dry (no new drying plaster or concrete), heated to between 18 to 24° C and with a relative humidity of between 45-60%.  

 

Maintenance & Aftercare


All types of hardwood floors are easy to look after and maintain. Simply sweep on a daily basis with a soft bristle brush to remove any dirt or dust, and then clean on a weekly basis (more often if needed) using a microfibre mop and wooden floor cleaning spray. To prevent any unwanted dents or damage to your hardwood, remember to remove outdoor footwear, usefelt protector pads on the bottom of furniture, wipe away spills immediately and never drag heavy or sharp object across the floor. This will ensure that you floor keeps looking at its best for as long as possible.

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