Maples And Birch

Solid Hardwood Flooring

Each board Is made from a single piece of timber, usually with a tongue and groove joint, on the ends as well as the long sides. We normally recommend that all of these floors are fitted by an experienced floor layer. Wood is a natural product and is susceptible to dimensional changes due to moisture and humidity – each installation needs to be professionally assessed and the floor acclimatised before installation commences. Solid Wood Floors gives you the assurance of a solid structure with an air of quality that enhances any home adding value to your property along with ease of maintenance.

Solid wood flooring construction

The Cotswold and Country flooring offers a superb collection of distressed, hand-scraped and oiled ranges, offering a portfolio of beautiful timbers in various finishes. Maples & Birch solid wood flooring provides a stylish option to suit both modern and traditional looks. Maples & Birch sources its products the leading producers of solid wood floors giving a very wide range of wood species and surfaces, so no matter what type of floor you choose you will always get the best.

Wood Flooring Cuts – The angle at which a board is cut makes big differences in how the finished product looks. Wood flooring is either plain-sawn, quarter-sawn or rift-sawn.

Plain-sawn is the most common cut. The board contains more variation than the other two cuts because figure patterns resulting from the growth rings are more conspicuous. Quarter-sawing produces less board feet per log than plain-sawing and is therefore more of a premium.

Quarter-sawn wood twists and cups less and wears more evenly. Rift-sawn is similar to quarter-sawn, but the cut is made at a slightly different angle.

Maples and Birch, 29-30 Roman Way, Coleshill, West Midlands, B46 1HQ
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