Made from the finest European Oak timber, Noble Oak Floors exhibit the strength, reliability and beauty of this world famous tree. The wonderful grain pattern and variety looks great in any environment, adding charm and value to your home. This timber also lends itself perfectly to staining and other colour additions, where the grain and colour variation ensures the unmistakeable footprint of nature combines with a modern look. Our manufacturing processes are world class, and our product comes with comprehensive structural and surface coating guarantees. This all ensures you will have a beautiful and liveable timber floor for many years to come.
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European Oak is expertly hand scraped and has a superior 20% high gloss finish. This enhances the diverse oak colours and natural timber characters two fold, and also provides maximum durability for long lasting use.
It is better to avoid steam mops on engineered floors. Because the bonds between the layers include adhesives and steam can affect their qualiyty. Moisture can peneterate between layers and weaken the bonds and cause damage to the floor.
Engineered hardwood flooring is designed to reduce the moisture problems associated with conventional hardwood. Its layers block moisture and provide added stability to your floor. Engineered flooring will not swell or warp, making it very low maintenance.
In general, the thicker an engineered wood flooring is, the better, not just for general wear and tear, but also for future re-sanding and refinishing projects should you wish to change up the look. This is because it’ll have more layers that can withstand this.
On average, engineered flooring can expect to last around 20 to 30 years when cared for properly. When well looked after, timber flooring can expect to last around 10-12 years before it needs to be re-sanded.
Stunning aesthetic appeal. European oak is not only hard wearing – it’s also incredibly beautiful. The unique natural grain of oak means that no two pieces of timber are the same and the knots and flaws embedded in the wood only add to the beauty of your flooring. With engineered flooring, you’ll have the same stunning look as you would with solid timber so you never need to compromise on appearance.
Durable and long-lasting, European oak offers superior longevity when you choose it for your flooring. Due to it being a dense hardwood, it’s incredibly long-lasting and durable which means it’s the perfect option for high foot traffic areas. Oak flooring will last over generations and with engineered timber, you get all the benefits of genuine oak with the top hardwood layer.
1. Easy to Clean 2. Aesthetic Appeal 3. Highly Durable 4. Variety of Options 5. It can be refinished 6. It doesn’t expand and contract to the same extent as solid wood 7. Increased Property Value
An engineered floor is a floor board made of multiple pieces of timber. Up to 12 cut layers of hardwood timber which are placed press adhesive fixed in different directions. It creates a stronger and more stable wood floor. When compared to solid timber floorboards, it is tough to detect the difference. However, the superior engineered wide board flooring eliminates “cupping” and warping, problems that can occur in solid timber flooring, especially in wider widths. Engineered timber flooring technology has developed significantly over the past 25 years and has dramatically improved the quality of flooring products in that time.
Oak dries very slowly with a marked tendency to split and check, particularly in the early stages of drying, and there is considerable risk of honeycombing if the drying is forced, especially in thick sizes. End and top protection must be provided to freshly sawn stock exposed to sun and drying winds, and sticker thickness should be reduced to about 12mm for stock piled in the open air during early spring and onwards until winter.
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