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Solid Wood Flooring. The epitome of our products; solid wooden floors provide a lifelong product that will age with any property and becomes the focal point of each and every room.
As a natural product you will enjoy and appreciate the variance in tones, colours and changes this product will provide. Our solid wooden floor includes, oak, maple, birch, walnut, red oak as well as an array of stained products, definitely a colour to meet all specifications.
The flexibility of purchasing our own real wood floor products direct from the manufacturer enables us to be at the forefront of up to date colours, textures and trends in solid wood floors, so you can be assured that you are purchasing this year’s fashions and trends. We have a wide and varied selection of widths, colours, and textures in our solid wood flooring range which will suite all types of installation, including commercial shops, offices and domestic houses.
SOLID OAK NATURAL - Oak natural is one of the most popular nature colour for the flooring. Solid natural oak is a natural and organic option which is very tough and long-lasting. It is also the ideal choice for environmentally friendly flooring because solid wood flooring is produced with timber from sustainable forests so each tree which is chopped down is replaced. Our natural light oak boards come in a variety of widths, from 75mm to 150mm, and the thickness up to 15mm as well as the texture include handscraped oak, brush lacquer and smooth, so you'll find something to match every renovation project.
SOLID BIRCH FLOORING - Our solid birch flooring comes with 120mm width, 18mm thickness as well as random length (300-1600mm). A great, natural looking floor that is full of rustic appeal and natural colour contrasts.
SOLID ACACIA FLOORING - We provide 2 types of solid acacia flooring. One is solid black acacia, with 18mm thickness and 120mm width. Another one is solid golden acacia, with 18mm thickness and 120mm width as well. The acacia is a durable and strong species of wood that has proven to be among the most unparalleled wood types available today. Being the exotic type of wood that it is, the acacia is now becoming more challenging to import and source as it has become highly in demand among hardwood flooring clients. The acacia wood is highly resilient and damage-resistant, in addition to its aesthetically pleasing grain patterns and eccentric shades. If you are looking for flooring that passes both the form and functionality criteria, acacia hardwood floors may be the option for you.
SOLID MAPLE FLOORING - Solid Maple Wood 120mm Flooring is 18mm thick and a popular width of 150mm wide. Random lengths of 300mm-1500m ensure a natural and authentic look whilst the 700mm average lengths provide focal points.Maple is noted for being a hard and richly coloured wood, it is a popular choice of material that comes in a choice of tones varying between dark and very light. The light tones are provided by the sapwood type, which can offer some particularly striking pale tones for that distinctive look.
SOLID WALNUT FLOORING- Tiger Walnut 122mm flooring is 18mm thick and Amercian Walnut 150mm flooring is 18mm thick.Walnut wood flooring is a grainy and well-marked wood that comes with many lines, rings and knots. The basic colour of these walnut floors is dark, with lighter markings which sometimes including dramatic lighter areas that stand out and give the floor an outstandingly attractive appearance. These items all have bevelled edges, but there is a choice between smooth and textured finishes with these walnut floors.
SOLID OAK STAINED FLOORING - Rustic ancient Oak 120mm flooring is 18mm thick, Rustic whisky oak 120mm flooring is 18mm thick and Black fired Oak 120mm flooring is 18mm thick. The floor can display heavy grain markings, figuring, mineral streaks, colour variations, sapwood and frequent knots of varying sizes. Knot holes, checks splits and other imperfections are allowed, filled and finished.The floor is prefinished with a very durable satin lacquer which leaves the floor with an even sheen that gently reflects the light. The lacquer also gives great protection to the hardwood itself and allows for easier cleaning and maintenance. In order to support the structure of the flooring the boards are finger jointed strips to provide great strength and rigidity.
So what is solid wood flooring?
Solid wood floor is the simple, original flooring product, one piece of wood cut straight into the shape of the plank. All our solid woods come pre-finished meaning they are ready to be fitted and can be walked on without further treatment. The boards come in a variety of finishes including matt, satin, gloss, stained, brushed and hand-scrapped lacquered, some oiled finishes are also available.
Why choose solid wood flooring?
For many people, you just can’t beat a solid wood floor; the look, the feel, the warmth is incomparable. With the natural variation in tone, hue, knots and grain no two planks will be the same, you have a truly unique floor all your own. These natural wood floors will retain the ambient heat of a room far better than most other flooring alternatives, giving your home a real cosy feel. Additionally when you purchase a solid wood floor you’re getting a product for life, with proper care and attention a solid wood floor will last 50/60+ years.
All our solid wood flooring are prefinished wood and Advantages of pre finished floors:
- EASE: like the name suggests these boards are already “finished”, meaning the surface of the wood has already been treated for protection, so you don’t need to do anything to it.
- TIME: because it is already treated it is ready to be fitted; it just needs to be acclimatised.
- COST: generally speaking a pre finished floor will be cheaper to the end customer than an unfinished floor, this is because the assembly line production used brings down production costs.
- PROFESSIONAL FINISH: you don’t need to worry about attempting a process you have never done before, where there is risk of a costly mistake; it’s already done for you. You could always hire a professional to treat your floor but that’s just adding extra costs, and installation of unfinished boards will cost more than pre-finished alternatives.
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