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The ‘Country’ Range – Exceptional Value for Money

Here at JFJ we take pride in offering a beautiful range of engineered oak flooring that doesn’t have to break the bank. Our ‘Country’ range stands as a perfect example of quality flooring available on a budget. With a 3mm wear layer of genuine European Oak on the top surface and multiple layers of 100% hardwood ply beneath, the ‘Country’ range not only has the appearance of a solid oak floor but also provides the excellent stability that comes with a high-quality engineered board. Both the 150mm and 190mm wide ‘Country’ boards are 14mm thick and random length lending themselves to a traditional look and feel. By ensuring maximum yield from the tree or log, manufacturing costs are kept low. This minimal wastage allows us to offer a quality engineered oak board that has a ‘rustic grade’. All the natural flourishes, knots, colour variation and grain patterns of a solid oak floor at a fraction of the price.

If you are of the ‘lay it and leave it’ school of thought, the 150mm wide board is already treated with a natural oil, leaving you with a light golden finish. Alternatively, the wider 190mm board is untreated, presenting you with the opportunity to apply a range superior finishes once the boards have been laid. If stain resistance, longevity and ease of cleaning and maintenance is a must, there is no better way to ensure the lifespan of your engineered oak floor than treating the boards on site. Our range of Treatex opens you up to a world of potential colours and finishes, to really ensure your floor becomes a luxurious, long-lasting addition to your home.

About the author

Tom Fanthorpe. Director, JFJ Wood Flooring Ltd

Tom is one half of the father & son team behind JFJ Wood Flooring. An experienced wood flooring specialist with over 7 years in the industry, Tom is following in his father John's footsteps as a true expert in his chosen field. Having absorbed much of John's 35+ years of experience in the joinery and timber trade, Tom now leads the wood flooring department and holds ultimate responsibility for everything from customer service to sales, logistics to quality control.



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