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Oak is a hardwood species characterised by being hard-wearing and therefore very suitable for flooring.
Beech is one of Europe’s most common hardwood species and the excellent strength properties.
Bare wood that does not have any protective coating, this product needs finishing with primer and either Oil or Lacquer on site
Very hard-wearing factory-applied ultra-matt finish considerably reduces the care requirements and increases the durability of the wood floor. Gives that modern and smooth finish
Deep penetration of the oil into the wood is ensured to provide protection against liquids. This product does not have any colour, which means it brings out the natural beauty of the wood or the stain used.
Modern and slick, this very hard-wearing factory applied lacquer has a slight sheen, considerably reduces the care requirements and increases the durability of the wood floor.
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 1 strip and is sawn in one piece
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