We have an amazing new range of engineered oak flooring. It’s called the Engineered Charnwood Oak Range and, at the moment, includes three beautiful colours. All three have a brushed and UV oiled finish. This means that the surface of the planks of flooring have been lightly brushed to expose the natural qualities and charm of the Oak. Furthermore, the surface of the Oak has been protected from daily wear and tear with a UV oil.
The three colours that are currently available are:
Natural Charnwood Oak
This is the natural golden colour of Oak. It gives a timeless and traditional feel, with the added benefit of complementing most interior decors. Click here to order your free sample.
Natural Engineered Charnwood Oak Flooring
Chocolate Charnwood Oak
The surface of the Oak has been stained to produce a dark chocolate colour. As a result, it will give a fantastic contrast to any light coloured décor, or would look great in a traditional rustic home. Click here to order your free sample.
Chocolate Engineered Charnwood Oak Flooring
Honey Charnwood Oak
A colour stain has been added to the Oak to give a warm honey colour to this particular type of flooring. Consequently, it will add warmth, character and charm to any style or size of room. Click here to order your free sample.
Honey Engineered Charnwood Oak Flooring
Why should I choose engineered Oak flooring?
Here are some of the reasons why we think you should choose our new Charnwood range of Engineered Oak flooring:
- Firstly, it is much more cost effective than solid wood flooring
- Impossible to tell apart from solid hardwood once installed
- Most of all, it has a real top layer of Oak (which is the only part that you see once it is fitted)
- Also, it is available in 3 stunning colours
- Easy to install using a click fitting system
- Furthermore, it can be used with underfloor heating
- You can either float the floor over an underlay or glue it into place
- Extremely versatile while durable
- Finally, it can be used in almost any room in your home
For more information about engineered oak flooring, have a look at our article: What is engineered Oak flooring?
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