Earth Oak Engineered Hardwood Flooring

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per pack: £152.52 inc VAT£127.10 ex VAT ( 2.81 m2 )

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Dark Brown coloured Oak Engineered Hardwood Flooring In the Country Selection, that has a Lacquered Finish with a Natural Surface and is 14mm Thick and 189mm Wide.

The COUN077 Earth Stained Oak is distinctive in natural appearance, the texture, character and grain of the wood is enhanced by a matt stain that recreates natural elements of nature and looks and feels like a traditional wood floor with the benefits of the engineered structure

Earth Oak is a stained natural engineered hardwood floor that has a modern clean appearance inspired by a natural elements and comes with a Lifetime Structural Guarantee.  

  • Stained
  • Bevelled
  • Natural Grade
  • 14mm x 189mm x 1860mm
  • 3mm Solid Oak Layer
  • 2.82m2 coverage per pack

Style
Colour:Brown
Shade:Dark
Finish:Lacquered
Surface:Natural
Wood Info
Species:Oak
Sizes
Length:1860
Thickness:14
Width:189
Floating Floor Installation

This type of installation is only suitable for engineered hardwood floors where the wooden planks are laid on an appropriate hardwood floor underlay floating freely on the underlay.

Each plank would be glued together applying a bead of PVA floor adhesive along the groove of the new floor plank and then knocked together using a traditional knocking block or pull bar.

Where an engineered board/plank is 15mm or less then hardwood floors may use a click locking system as opposed to a standard tongue and groove, this allows install without the use of any adhesive.

When installing a floor on to a ground floor area then the use of moisture barrier is required be it in the form of plastic DPM or a quality underlay with a built in moisture barrier.

installing glued down engineered flooring

Glue/Stick Down Installation

This type of installation is where the wooden floor is stuck directly to a concrete subfloor using a special adhesive, which remains flexible indefinitely while still having immense bonding strength.

This enables the wood to expand and contract without damaging the structure of the timber, when a wood floor is stuck down a liquid damp proof membrane is required which is formulated to work with the adhesive for added strength.

installing glued down engineered flooring

Secret Nailing

This type of installation is where the wooden planks are nailed using cleats into the tongue of the new floor board at 45°, into either a suitable sized existing wood (pine or ply) board subfloor or on to battens. When installing a floor on to a ground floor area then the use of a special membrane is required

how to install a secret nailing floor

Moisture Barrier

When installing any hardwood floor on to a ground floor area then the use of the appropriate moisture barrier is required be it a plastic or liquid DPM, if installation on a screeded sub-floor then the a primer is required.

Maintaining a real wood Floor is essential to ensure the sense of richness, warmth and natural beauty, maintaining a real wood floor you will gradually get to know its distinct personality and visual harmonies in your home.

Proper use of vacuuming, sweeping, and spray mopping is usually all that is required to maintain the cleanliness and appearance of a wood floor, like all floors, excessive grit and foot traffic will affect appearance.

Lacquered floors

The use of quality branded wood floor Cleaners/cleaning kits is essential for the up-keep, durability of lacquered wood floors, so don't be fooled by cheap supermarket cleaners as some products can be harmful to the surface finish.

Never use oil/wax soaps should not be used to clean wood floors, we suggest the use of leading branded cleaning and maintenance products from Bona, Marldon and Osmo

Oiled and Hardwaxed floors

Oiled and Hardwax treated real wood floors require more up-keep and it essential to use the appropriate maintenance kits and fluids on a regular schedule which are developed by manufacturers who truly understand wood floors so never opt for the more economical option or settle for unbranded aftermarket products use brands like Marldon, Osmo, WOCA and Bona

While every effort will be made to ensure that all items shown are in stock we offer no guarantee of availability and this electronic publication does not constitute an offer for sale. Goods delivered will normally arrive between 8am and 5.30pm, Monday to Friday. You are able to supply your preferred delivery day in the shopping cart, when you purchase your choice of products. We will then contact you to confirm if this date is possible, or to arrange an alternate date that is convenient for you.

Orders are dispatched from supplier stock with a minimum lead time of 3 working days. Next day delivery can be arranged if needed. If and where next day (via phone service) delivery has been agreed orders must be placed and full payment cleared before 10am. We cannot offer next day deliveries for orders placed over the weekend or bank holidays. All next day delivers are subject to stock. Charges for delivery may be based on post code location and also the weight of the product of which information is available from the sales team on 0845 293 9374.

When Your Order Arrives

When your order arrives, you want to be sure the quantities match what you ordered. To guarantee customer satisfaction, please make note of the following when receiving your order: Visually inspect the condition and entirety of your delivery, make sure to note missing items or damaged materials. The order confirmation email you received lists all the materials and quantities you ordered.

Do I need to make any special arrangements for delivery?

Yes. Delivery of your wood flooring is direct by a lorry. There needs to be suitable access to your property. If, for example, there are restrictions to the entry of your property or timing restrictions, please let us know. We will make your delivery as close to your property as possible.

Please note: We only offer 'curb-side' delivery service - our courier/s is not insured to carry the delivery into your property; therefore you need to arrange for at least two able-bodied people to be at home in order to receive your order.

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