OAK Flooring – We can also supply solid English oak flooring, this is made in England near by from our sawmill supplier , with whom we work very closely. This gives us the opportunity to provide a high quality, long lasting floor that is worth every penny. The quality starts from sawing the English Oak logs specifically for flooring, this is why we can provide much longer lengths and much wider widths than the standard European Oak alternatives commonly available. Furthermore, the ‘English’ Oak floor boards are 100% heartwood – again not something that is readily found in the market.
As the boards are double kiln dried and being a standard 19mm thick, makes them compatible for use with under floor heating, ( UFH ), as long as the boards are glued down to a dry solid floor
Just as importantly, the ‘English’ Oak is fully traceable so on request our sawmill supplier can we can tell you which woodlands in the UK your floor came from. This gives us and you a provenance over any European Oak floor.
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- MOISTURE CONTENT. 10-11%
- WIDTHS 110mm, 135mm, 160mm, 185mm and 210mm, very wide boards also available on request, from 290mm upto 340mm
- THICKNESS Nominal 19mm sanded face
- LENGTHS Random from 1.8m to 4.3m (occasionally up to 4.8m)
- PROFILE Tongue and groove
- ENDS Square cut
- CHAMFER Optional (recommended for UFH)
- GRADE DETAILS
- Prime Oak – Straight clear grain but will include some small or pin knots
- Character Oak – Wild grain, fill-able knots, small splits and pippy clusters
- Streaky (Brown) Oak – Wild grain, fill-able knots, small splits, pippy clusters and dark brown streaks. Wild grain, fill-able knots and pippy clusters.
Wide oak boards (between 290 and 340mm wide) with attractive grain patterns are specially selected for hand finishing. The board’s surface is treated by hand to retain the natural contours that arise from the seasoning process. The result is flooring with an opulent and highly distinctive, traditional look. These boards produce a ‘time-worn’ floor effect, with the slightly uneven surface that you would associate more with older properties.
PLEASE BEAR THIS IN MIND IF YOU ARE THINKING OF PURCHASING A SOLID OAK FLOOR.
Please note that all solid Oak flooring is a natural product that, from one season to the next, will display a marginal amount of expansion and shrinkage as the ambient humidity level rise and fall. This expansion tends to be greater with underfloor heating (UFH), as the heat source is immediately below the timber. Please note: If you are not prepared for this seasonal movement, you should not be considering fitting a solid timber floor.
Character Grade English Oak mixed width flooring, 135, 160, 210, widths with a Lacquered Finish
Wide English Oak Footworn with a dark stain and a Satin Oil Finish
Wide Board Footworn mixed width English Oak Flooring, Matt Oiled finish
Wide Board Footworn mixed width English Oak Flooring