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Calder Engineered Natural Oak Oiled 150mm x 14/3mm Wood Flooring

Product Code: 150143OILRL1

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£26.49

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Calder Engineered Natural Oak Oiled 150mm x 14/3mm Wood Flooring

A fantastic natural oak oiled engineered wood flooring. Each individual board is 150mm (15cm), the overall thickness of the planks is 14mm (1.4cm), including a top 3mm layer of an oak veneer. The 3mm wear layer enables you to sand down and refinish the surface up to 3 times. This shouldn’t be necessary for the first 10-15 years in most domestic environments. Engineered flooring, such as this, is highly resilient to temperature and humidity changes meaning they can be laid in most rooms in the home, including conservatories, with the only exception being the bathroom. Due to the stability of our engineered flooring products laying the flooring in rooms heated with underfloor heating is not a problem. Each board is manufactured with a tongue and groove profile, so each board can simply be glued together. The grade of this oak is mixed, meaning it will contain some knots as is typical with oak products.

This engineered oak would usually be fitted as a floating floor installation, where an underlay is laid onto the subfloor beneath the flooring, this gives added protection from any damp and will act as a sound barrier and insulator.

£39.99m² inc. VAT

£26.49

m² inc. VAT

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SKU 150143OILRL1
Wood Species Oak
Finish Oiled
Veneer 3MM
Grade MIXED
Thickness 14mm
Wear Layer 3mm
width 150mm
Width Category STANDARD (101MM-150MM)
Installation Service Tongue & Groove
Length 300MM-1200MM
Range Calder
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Can I see your flooring products in store?

Yes you can, we'd love to see you!Unlike many online flooring companies, we do have real-world show rooms where you can come and see, touch and even smell (who doesn't love the scent of real wood?!) our range of top quality flooring products. We have...

Can I order free samples of your wood flooring products?

Yes!Even after you've found the wood flooring that's just right for you - sometimes you just want to see, touch and smell something before you make the decision to buy! Here at Flooring365 - we get that... That's why we've developed our own "Free Sample...

Please can you tell me what wood flooring you would recommend for a bathroom or shower room (not wet rooms)? Thanks, Matt

Thanks for your question! We wouldn't recommend using any wood flooring product in a bathroom - due to moisture. However, our vinyl flooring tiles are fully waterproof - ideal for use in the bathroom! We have some great wood-effect vinyl products in...

What is engineered wood flooring?

Engineered wood flooring consists of a solid wood top layer (varying in thickness from 2-6mm) laid on a plywood base layer, which is itself pressed and dried for two days. This solid wood top layer can be sanded up to 6 times, depending on the thickness...

Can I use underfloor heating with my new flooring?

Depending on the type of underfloor heating you plan to use, our engineered wood products are ideal for use with such systems. However, we would not recommend using an under floor heating system with any solid wood flooring.