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Who Loves Oak?

Who Loves Oak?


Posted in Oak Wood Flooring by Source on February 2nd 2012

Oak Flooring: Enduring Elegance

The appeal of oak flooring dates back through the far reaches of history to the multifunction open plan abodes of our ancestors, when the strength and innate availability of oak made it the ideal robust building material. 

Established early on as a top quality, durable wood, oak has remained a popular domestic building material, particularly in more classic homes such as country cottages and hideaways.

Even in today’s volatile housing market a princely sum can be demanded for authentic oak beams and period features. But modern flooring can be costly, so we've created top quality engineered oak flooring that meets every style expectation but comes in well under budget when compared to hardwood options.

Of course, we maintain a premium collection of solid oak flooring products as wells as precision engineered low cost options. So, what makes our engineered wood floors so appealing in terms of style and investment? Engineered wood combines the style and appeal of natural wood with modern techniques, producing man-made wood composite products that are cheap, can be custom made to specifications and make top quality solid wood flooring alternatives. 

Versatile, strong and an excellent investment, our engineered oak flooring products consistently rank superbly in customer reviews across both the commercial and domestic spectrums.

Any help or queries about our wood flooring,  please feel free to call us on 01379 652613/0845 021781


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