American Oak Solid Timber Flooring

American Oak is a solid timber wood flooring product that sets the bar for all Oak flooring in terms of luxury and class. The natural characteristics of the timber offers a clean oak appearance and a perfect canvas for a variety of finishes and colours. This solid timber product is strong and durable making it a great flooring choice for high-traffic homes and business, featuring low level maintenance and damage resistance. Alike all solid timber floors, this product can be re-sanded and finished allowing owners to easily change the colour and appearance of their beautiful American Oak flooring.


Like all timber flooring, American Oak timber flooring is a hypoallergenic product. It does not have fibres that commonly trap particles that can be harmful to children, the elderly, or those with existing health conditions such as asthma.


American Oak timber is available in the traditional solid timber flooring form, and in both a solid overlay and wideboard solid overlay timber flooring, allowing it to be installed in most situations.





Features and Benefits

American Oak provides a long lasting and beautiful appearance. It can be sanded and finished as the years go by, so longevity is built into the product. Additional key features and benefits of American Oak.

  • Available in a range of sizes and grades, including Prestige
  • Long lasting and hard wearing
  • Easy to maintain
  • Installation over existing timber, sheet floor, battens and concrete
  • Takes stains and white wash extremely well

Specifications


Board Sizing Width of the individual boards (mm) 80 - 220
Board Sizing Thickness of the individual boards (mm) 14
19
Board Length Length of the individual boards (mm) Various lengths
Grade Grades are based on the surface appearance Prestige
Standard
Rustic
Durability Based on the timber's ability to resist decay and degradation Species specific
Surface Durability Based on the timber's ability to resist surface damage and degradation Very durable
Sanding Whether the surface can be sanded Yes
Fixing The methods of fixing available Top Fixed
Secret Fixed
Installation Sub-floor The type of sub-floor the flooring can be installed on to (note: requirements may vary) Over Existing Timber
Over Sheet Floors
Onto Battens
Over Concrete


For more information of the how to select your timber floor and additional general information on flooring specification and installation, please visit our Selection Process page.



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