Pictured: 260x21mm Engineered Brushed White Oiled Oak.

END OF LINE BATCH: 260x21mm Engineered White/Brushed Oak

  • £580.32 per 15.4752/m2
  • Product Code
  • OFF008
  • Board Width
  • 260mm
  • Thickness
  • 21mm
All prices exclude delivery
Pricing
This listing is for a 15.4752/m2 batch of end of line flooring. It is available for £580.32 plus VAT, the equivalent of just £37.50/m2. Full retail price was £766.02 plus VAT, the equivalent of £49.50/m2.
End of Line Clearance
Please note that this batch, which comprises 8 packs of flooring, cannot be split. The flooring is still in it's original packaging and is only being cleared because we are discontinuing this particular brushed and oiled range.
Pack Details
  • Pack size: 1.9344m2
  • Lengths approx: 1.8m
Product Summary
  • 260mm x 21mm engineered oak flooring
  • 6mm Wear Layer
  • White Brushed & Oiled for durability
  • Tongue and Grooved
  • Micro bevel on long edges
  • All knots filled & sanded
Fitting Methods
  • Floating: Lay directly over underlay with just the tongues glued. We recommend Duralay underlay & Lecol floor glue.
  • Bonding: Glue directly to an existing wooden floor or concrete surface. We recommend Lecol 5500 wood flooring adhesive.
  • Secret nailing: Use a porta-nailer to drive nails through the tongues into surface below.
Fitting Information
As engineered flooring requires no time to acclimatize, it can be used straight out of the pack. It also has the benefit of being easy to fit, particularly when floated over underlay. Whilst engineered boards are extremely stable, we still recommend an expansion gap of 10-15mm. If fitting to screed, please ensure sufficient drying time has been allowed. In certain environments a damp proofer may be required, such as Lecol's PU280 Primer.
Maintenance
Once laid, we recommend the application of a coat of Treatex Hard Wax Oil to seal the gaps. This is available in various stains. Cleaning should be carried out as required with a dedicated product, such as Treatex Floor Cleaner. A particular benefit of oiled finishes is that localized areas of damage can be sanded back and treated in isolation. The requirement to re-oil the entire floor depends on volume and nature of footfall.

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