Prime Engineered Flooring Oak Herringbone Light Smoked Brushed Uv Oiled 14/3mm By 90mm By 600mm
If you want a floor that’s full of style, charm and character, this one’s for you. In traditional herringbone design, this Light Smoked, prime engineered oak floor has been brushed and UV oiled. This means that it’s well protected but looks almost like bare wood.
When you opt for this floor, you can combine it with a kicked-back pastel pallet, go dramatic with bold colours or monochrome with blacks, whites and greys. No matter whether you’re planning a super-modern or highly traditional interior, you can choose this flooring in the knowledge that it’ll work because it’s both highly versatile and stunning to look at.
When you've received your flooring, you should within one hour store it inside, completely flat and in sealed boxes until you are ready to lay it. Boxes should be kept inside your house (not in a garage or other outbuilding). During storage, please make sure that your flooring is well away from extreme heat (radiators) and moist areas (recently plastered walls, damp basements etc). We recommend an acclimatizing period of at least one week, during which time flooring needs to be kept in sealed boxes at room temperature. Engineered flooring need to stay in the boxes at the room temperature for 48 hours (for installation without underfloor heating) or 7 days (for installation with underfloor heating) and the room temperature must be at least 21-22 degrees Celsius for 7-14 days - the floor surface temperature must be a minimum of 21 degrees Celsius - the air relative humidity must be between 40% and 65%.
Free sample are available to order. The sample will allow you to feel the high quality of our wood and see its beautiful rich markings.
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