WFUK Homeland Herringbone Invisible Oak 14mm x 110mm Oiled
This collection is a perfect example of timeless elegance for your home. This floor is part of our Loc herringbone range which consists of 5 stylish, on trend finishes, transforming any room it is installed into.
Our Click Herringbone Engineered Oak Flooring Invisible Oiled has a click joint this enables quick installation and also prevents gaps forming between the boards. The herringbone oak has been brushed to slightly raise the grain and finished with Invisible oil.
The Herringbone flooring is a rustic grade this means you get a floor with a more rustic character, so each board will contain variations in colour and characteristics.
Dark brown filler is used to fill any holes in the knots or splits.
Colour difference between boards are allowed.
All grain patterns allowed.
The oak engineered flooring comes in fixed lengths which are 660mm long and the widths are 110mm.
The thickness is 14mm which incorporates a 2.5mm wear layer.
Glue directly to the sub-floor with Wakol Wood Adhesive.
Suitable for Water Fed Underfloor heating, Maximum allowed temperature on top of the floor underneath the floorboards is 27 °C. Please note, it is not allowed to cover this wooden floor with carpets or rugs if installed over a floor heating system. Always follow the heating regulation recommendations given by the underfloor heating system supplier.
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Rustic grade is a vibrant and colourful floor full of individuality. The floor can display heavy grain markings, wider colour variations and frequent knots of varying sizes.
Composed of multiple layers of compressed timber before being finished with a top layer of solid wood veneer. As a result, engineered wood can boast the timeless look of fully natural wood floors with added stability.
Glue Down, Click System
Using our polymer adhesive, this floor is stuck down to your sub-floor. Better suited for a professional installation.
Oak is a hardwood species characterised by being hard-wearing and therefore very suitable for flooring.
Refers to the edge of a plank which has been chamferred in the production process to create a slight round cut edge between boards when they are connected together. Creates a slightly pronounced plank
Created by placing rectangles in a staggered zigzag pattern, as the name suggests, resembles fish bones