Engineered Oak 14/15/18mm Decorative
Harrogate Flooring Company Ltd [t/as Just Wood Flooring] have a comprehensive stock holding of non-structural engineered European Oak floorboards. These offer an attractive and highly cost effective wood flooring solution where installation is to be over concrete, existing flooring, or over plywood / chipboard covered joists.
Engineered European Oak – Sanded & Oiled
A great value but high quality German Oak engineered flooring product. Section size 14(3)x190mm in generous lengths of 1900mm. A small proportion of shorter lengths will be included. A very practical finish that with due care and maintenance will last a lifetime in normal domestic situations.
Engineered European Oak – Oiled
This rustic grade German Oak engineered floorboard is available in 15(4)x189mm board size. Lengths are cut to 1860mm with the usual 25% approx of shorter nested lengths. Appropriate for solid screed installations and laying over plywood or chipboard covered joists.
European Oak – Brushed & UV Oiled / Lacquered
An extremely good looking engineered rustic Oak flooring product. Section size 18(4)x127mm with a length specification averaging 750mm or better. Can be laid onto solid screeds or over chipboard / plywood run over joists.
Engineered Oak 14mm / 15mm and 18mm represent extremely cost effective flooring solutions. Whether your subfloor is concrete, other solid floor screed, plywood over joists or chipboard over joists, existing wood floor or tiles, then 14mm/15mm/18mm floor boards are suitable for installation. Once such an engineered wood floor is laid, it is impossible to tell that it is not a traditional 21mm solid Oak floor. In fact, thinner Oak floorboards, such as these, have a slight advantage over thicker boards in terms of heat transfer, where under-floor heating is installed. The heat transfer advantage is marginal but if the heat transfer is a significant issue, then 14mm and 15mm boards are worth due consideration. Additionally, where wood floor boards are installed over water pipe underfloor heating it is sensible to restrict the thickness and width of the wear layer as far as the client or architectural specifier can accept.