Prime Engineered Flooring Versailles Oak M113 UV Lacquered 15/3.3mm By 600mm By 600mm
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Wood Flooring Type | Engineered
Engineered flooring option is perfect, no matter which room in your home you're re-flooring. Engineered wood flooring is cleverly constructed so it doesn't expand and contract in the same way as solid wood floor. Made up of layers of different types of wood, it is topped off with solid hardwood, which means it looks just like solid wood but is more versatile.
Hardwood Species | Oak
This engineered wood flooring has been topped off with a solid oak lamella or top layer. What this means is that solid wood has been bonded on to the engineered core board. Oak is a wood that is known for its strength and long life. You can be sure by choosing this option that you're getting a strong and long-lasting product. Oak wood flooring allowed colour variation between planks which can vary from light to dark shades.
Grade | Prime
Wood is a completely natural product and as such has features such as knots, colour variation and sap. In order to help you know what to expect when you choose wood, it is graded when it is lumbered. There are four grades of wood: prime, select, natural and rustic. The wood used in the construction of these flooring boards is graded 'prime', which is the crème de la crème of grades, with a more uniform appearance and only a minimal number of small knots.
Finish | UV Lacquered
This wood flooring has been finished with a UV filter and has been lacquered. What this means is that the overall finish is tough, has a slight shine to it (even if matt lacquer is used there will always be a slight shine) and will stand up to the negative effects of sunshine and extreme natural light.
Sizes | Fixed Length
15/3.3mm By 600mm By 600mm
The hardwood top layer is approximately 3.3mm thick and has an allowed tolerance of +/- 0.3mm on it's thickness.
Wood and Beyond offers a range of products FSC®-certified (FSC® C147698). [ View Certificate ]
All our wood products are fully compliant with the UK Timber Regulation.
All our flooring is covered by a 20 year domestic/residential Product Manufacturer's Warranty. In order for the warranty to be effective, all flooring must be installed by a professional fitter in accordance with the manufacturer's installation guide (view more installation details under Installation and Maintenance section of this product). This warranty is against manufacturing defects only.
When you've received your flooring, you should store it 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%. [ View Engineered Flooring Installation Guide ].
Samples | Order for free!
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. We aim to dispatch the sample within a day so you won't have to wait long. Simply choose the 'Free Sample' option and complete the secure checkout process.