Hardwood flooring is not only classy, timeless and organic infusing your home with natural character, warmth and texture. Oak floor is easy to maintain, more hygienic than carpet and incredibly hard-wearing.
The attention to detail that we pay from timber selection to the creation of every floor ensures that the results will bring you delight for many years to come.
All our floors are naturally oiled including by-hand oiling edges of the planks which benefits from better protection from water later during usage. Depending on color we want to achieve there are several coats of various oils applied. Then we leave the oak planks to dry naturally which takes more time than UV method but makes the surface more durable and lasting longer. Also applying natural oil keeps the natural look and scent of wood. It assures deep impregnation and relatively easy repairs of damaged areas without need to replace the whole floor.
On the oiled floors scratches are not as visible as on painted ones and the cracks doesn’t change the color of the wood. Smaller scratches also quickly disappear
All our oak floors are bespoke made and come in virtually unlimited size options.
Our complete flooring service includes site-surveys, technical advise, supply and installation, providing unparalleled levels of commitment.
Engineered wood flooring is basically a wooden plank consisting of real timber that has been carefully pressed into two or more layers. By placing each layer so that the grain runs at 90° it becomes virtually impossible for the wood to swell or shrink with changes in humidity and so dramatically increases its stability. Once the floor has been put in, only the top of these layers can be seen.
The top layer of an engineered board is solid oak, and may be anything from 2 to 6 mm thick. Obviously the thicker the surface layer the more times it can be sanded and refinished to remove the ravages of wear. The thickest wear layers are equivalent to those on solid timber boards.
Solid Wood Flooring is made from 100% wood thickness and can range from 18mm up to 20mm. The solid tongue and groove planks come with absorption strips, cut lengthwise into the back of each plank to minimize the possibility of the wood warping or splitting through excessive humidity or heat, before it’s installed in your home.