Junckers Maple Variation 2 Strip 22mm x 129mm
Maple is a hardwood species characterised by having a uniform grain structure, a natural light colour and is very hard-wearing. The wood species is therefore very suitable for all types of commercial and residential use.
Each floorboard is assembled from two rows of staves by a glued double dovetail construction.
Each floorboard is tongued and grooved on all four sides.
This grade has a rustic look with substantial colour and structural graining variation between the individual staves. Several small and large knots and fine hairline splits occur.
Thickness x width 22mm × 129 x 1830mm
Pack Size: 1.89m2 Some packs of 22mm flooring may include shorter length boards
Colours are very difficult to reproduce online and therefore the actual colour on a wooden floor can vary from the colour shown on the screen. Junckers accepts no liability to discrepancies and we always recommend ordering a physical sample before placing an order.
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This grade has a rustic look with substantial colour and structural graining variation between the individual staves. Several small and large knots and fine hairline splits occur. Sapwood occurs to a great extent.
Quite simply, a flooring made from many numbers of different types of tree or species of tree but is manufactured from one single piece of real wood. Durability to last for generations, though it does require special care and attention when installing.
Glue Down, Secret Nailed, Floating, Clip System
Using our polymer adhesive, this floor is stuck down to your sub-floor. Better suited for a professional installation.
Refers to the edge of a plank which has no chamfer. Creates is a seamless connection between two boards, the edge is flush with the next board when they are connected together.
The top layer of the floor board that you see is made up of 2 strips.
The floors have a smooth surface, offering a slightly more modern appearance and ideal for those looking for a seamless floor
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