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If you're looking for authentic wood flooring that’s full of character and charm, solid wood flooring is the perfect choice. Made from 100% real wood, our solid wood flooring clearance range offers a wide selection of high-quality, durable floors. With a variety of widths, species, and lengths available, we’re sure we can find your dream flooring at the lowest possible prices.
Delve into our extensive collection of clearance solid wood flooring today and discover hidden gems at exceptional value for money.
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At Flooring365 we offer free samples on our entire solid wood flooring clearance range. No matter which styles you like, whether you have your heart set on a classic oak, or you're unsure which would look best between two or three different finishes, our free samples can help; what better way to see which flooring suits your home the best, than trying it in your room before you buy?
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Solid wood flooring is the epitome of real wood flooring, crafted from a single, solid piece of hardwood lumber. Harvested directly from the tree trunk, this flooring embodies the essence of natural hardwood. A homogeneous product from top to bottom that showcases the unique grain and texture that only nature can provide.
Each plank is then meticulously processed using a milling machine. This transforms the raw timber into refined fixed length and random length planks. After this, the planks can be planed, profiled, and sanded to achieve a smooth, refined finish. Solid hardwood flooring can be purchased unfinished for on-site finishing or pre-finished with either oil or lacquer, offering a versatile range of options to suit your décor preferences.
In comparison to other wood flooring types, nothing quite feels like real, solid wood flooring. It is sturdy, feels significant underfoot, and maintains its value. Unlike other wood flooring types, solid wood flooring exudes an undeniable authenticity and warmth underfoot. Its substantial thickness renders it exceptionally durable, making it an ideal choice for high-traffic areas. Plus, when it comes to longevity, nothing can beat solid wood flooring. Unlike most floor types, solid wood can be repeatedly sanded throughout its lifespan, ensuring its timeless beauty for generations to come.
Ultimately, the best solid wood flooring for you will depend on your individual needs and preferences. This includes your personal priorities, property type, subfloor condition, budget limitations, lifestyle, and style preferences. While some solid wood floors are more cost-effective, others are more durable. Therefore, it's important that you take into account your own priorities and lifestyle in order to find the right solution. For example, if you have pets or children to consider, this may influence your choice of thickness and finish.
Despite the diverse options, nothing rivals the natural elegance of solid wood flooring in our opinion. Therefore, we're confident you'll adore whichever solid wood flooring you select. Here at Flooring365, we have a huge selection of solid wood floors in our solid wood flooring clearance. This includes some of our most popular choices, such as solid oak flooring and oak herringbone flooring.
Solid wood flooring is available in a huge variety of different wood species that vary in colour, grain, pattern, strength, and cost. You will be able to find solid wood flooring with different species of wood, varying plank sizes, and a choice of finish, or you could opt for unfinished solid wood flooring.
Wood species refers to the type of wood such as oak, walnut, or birch with each type falling into a category of either domestic or exotic wood species. Domestic species, such as oak, maple, or beech tend to be cheaper and have milder colouring. Whereas exotic hardwood flooring is usually much denser and tends to feature dramatically contrasting colours.
It's no secret that solid wood flooring is usually more expensive than engineered wood flooring. However, a lot of customers still find that they are worth the money due to their long lifespan and durable qualities. Not to mention their beautiful appearance that can quickly add value to a home.
Thankfully, we have a wide range of solid wood floors that can still come in under budget for most. With something to cater to every budget and style, our solid wood flooring clearance offers unbeatable value for money. In fact, we offer the best deals you’ll be able to find on these floors both online, and offline! So, if you’re looking for a solid wood floor without the extortionate prices, shop our solid wood flooring clearance today.
If you are limited by a super strict budget, then solid wood may not be the best option for you. Instead, you may want to consider some of our solid wood flooring alternatives. Here at Flooring365, we have a wide range of wood and wood effect floors that won't break the bank. Just check out some of our sales floors in our engineered wood flooring, luxury vinyl tiles, and laminate flooring ranges.
Unfinished flooring is just that, essentially, wood has been cut and shaped into planks with no other finishing process such as oiling or lacquer.
Whilst unfinished flooring does require treatment or protection after fitting and before use, it does offer the benefit of a wider range of styles available, thanks to the availability of oils, waxes, or stains.
Brushed finishes help enhance the natural character of the floor by gently brushing it with a steel comb. This removes the soft grains of the wood and leaves behind only the hard grains. You can then treat the flooring with oil or lacquer.
This finish aims to recreate the traditional look of solid wood flooring when a professional woodworker would hand finish each board. This finish especially looks good on glossy, lacquered flooring where the reflection highlights the waviness of the finish.
Lacquer is a varnish that dries to produce a hard, durable finish. This makes it a popular choice for many, but particularly ideal for areas with higher foot traffic, or areas where small amounts of liquid could be an issue, such as kitchens.
Oil seeps into the wood, rather than sitting above it. An ideal option if you want to maintain the surface texture of your solid wood floors, whilst still providing some resistance to damage. However, oiled floors will require more maintenance and care over spillages because it doesn’t create a surface layer in the same way that lacquer would.
Generally speaking, board thickness is a case of personal preference, however, thicker boards, whilst usually more expensive do tend to be more hard wearing and provide a slightly improved sound reduction performance, which should be considered in upstairs apartments or bedrooms, for example. As well as this, thicker boards are usually more suited to higher traffic areas, where they can withstand greater use.
All of the floors in our solid wood flooring clearance range use the tongue & groove installation method. A traditional method of fitting flooring, tongue & groove is a tried and tested installation type that involves tessellating profiled edges together using glue, such as PVA.
Whilst it can be slower to fit than other methods, some customers prefer the peace of mind a glued, tongue and groove flooring provides.
With an unmistakable and completely irresistible feel and character, solid wood flooring can bring something very special to your home, though it does require special care and attention to acclimatising as well as installation. It is a natural living product and as your room changes temperature, as humidity rises and falls, solid wood will shrink and expand. Therefore, really careful attention has to be paid to installation to make sure that the planks are given sufficient room to move. One of the most popular ways to install solid wood flooring is by bonding it directly to the subfloor using a flexible adhesive. If you are installing yourself, please refer to our solid wood flooring installation guide.
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