Nature 14/3 x 125mm Grey Haze Oak Engineered FlooringNature 14/3 x 125mm Grey Haze Oak Engineered Flooring

55sqm 📦 Pallet – 14/3mm Narrow Grey Haze Oak Engineered Wood Flooring

£1,850.00 (inc VAT)

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Engineered wood flooring is made up of several layers of wood fused together, typically including a top layer of Solid hardwood and a base layer of plywood or high density fibreboard.

Enhanced by a brushed texture that accentuates its natural grain, this Grey Haze Oak flooring is finished with a Hardwax Oil for added protection. It boasts both unique character and durability, making it a suitable flooring option for any room in your home.

This one off Pallet DEAL is designed to help you save money on bigger orders. PLEASE NOTE: We can adjust pallet sizes to suit your needs.


This Product is suitable for the following environments:

Hallway – Lounge – Kitchen – Stairs – Bedroom – Conservatory – Basement & compatible with Underfloor Heating!


Product Specification

Product Code SP1403
Specie Oak
Thickness 14mm (3mm Veneer)
Grade Classic
Finish Brushed & Hardwax Oil
Range Nature Straight
Style Single Strip (Planks)
Edging Bevelled
Dimensions (L) Random x (W) 110mm
Construction Multi-ply
Pallet Size 54.9m2
Number of Packs 52 Packs
Installation Tongue & Groove

How To Fit & Maintain Your Engineered Floor:

Prep Work
It is vital to allow your Engineered Hardwood flooring to acclimatise for at least a period of 48 hours before fitting. You should also check the condition of your subfloor, ensuring that it is level and free of any dirt or debris.

Your choice of underlay will vary depending on your subfloor. For example, it is vital to use an underlay with a damp proof membrane (DPM), if you’re fitting your floor over concrete. However, if you’re fitting over floorboards, it is not necessary to use a DPM based underlay.

Although Engineered flooring is fully compatible with under floor heating, you must ensure that the underlay is also compatible, i.e. it can distribute heat evenly across the floor (fit for purpose).

Securing Your Engineered Floor
There are five main methods used:
– Click System
– Gluing
– Floating Floor Method
– Nailing
– Screwing

Once you’ve positioned your underlay, Engineered boards can be laid from any edge of the room. Be sure to use expansion spacers as you go along, maintaining at least a 10mm gap between the Engineered boards and the wall.

Remember, a majority of our Engineered floors have simple locking systems, while some have the more classic Tongue & Groove. Essentially, all planks will fit together like jigsaw pieces, creating a resilient, tight bond across each and every board when installed correctly.

For more detailed information on Fitting & Maintenance, you can now download our very own engineered wood guide or simply view this on ourAdvice & Supportpage.

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