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New Oak Wooden Flooring - The 'Country' Range

The perfect board for when on a tighter budget yet still looking for quality.

 

We are now happy to introduce our brand new 14mm thick 'Country' Range of engineered oak flooring.

Our 'Country' Range engineered oak flooring is the perfect board for those on a tighter budget who still demand quality. Despite being the cheapest board that we offer, this range of flooring is still a quality product. The board is made up of a 3mm wear layer of European oak on the top surface that can be re-sanded a number of times. Beneath the oak is multi layered 100% hardwood ply which gives the board its desired strength and stability.

The board's come in either a 150mm or 190mm Wide x 14mm Thick x Random Length. In the manufacture of random length and slightly narrower flooring, the maximum yield can be taken from the original log or tree. Due to the fact that there is less wastage, costs are kept low and this is reflected in the price. The dimensions of this flooring are perfect for keeping the price low and still having wide enough boards to give the appearance of traditional solid oak floor.

This board is classed as a "rustic grade". This means that the oak used has frequent natural features such as mineral streaks, sapwood, colour variation, knots and grain patterns giving the board character and providing a traditional look and feel to your floor.

The 150mm wide 'Country' and 190mm wide 'Country' are exceptionally good value for money. Not only do they look and feel like any traditional solid oak flooring, they also have the desired stability from a high quality engineered board.

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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