• Engineered oak floor with 4mm top layer
• Rustic grade
• Smooth matt lacquered finish
• 15mm thick, 190mm wide, and 1900mm long
• Guaranteed for 35 years
• Tongue and groove, 2.166m2 per pack
• Suitable with under floor heating.
The Riviera oak flooring range is a charming selection of key colour stained and natural finished 14/15mm engineered oak floor boards. Riviera rustic grade
is specially selected at the mill to offer a beautiful rustic floor with good
colour variation and a decent amount character.
The standard lacquered board in the Riviera range has been chosen for its
consistency of finish and unrivalled standard of milling. The clear lacquered
finish brings out the natural character of the oak floor, whilst offering
excellent protection and an easy to maintain finish. Source Wood Floors recommend the
use of the Bona cleaning and maintenance products to keep your floor looking
The Riviera range of boards offer a beautifully machined substantial top
layer of oak comprising a high quality base layer, resulting in a 3 core
construction that gives excellent strength and dimensional stability.
the Source Wood Floors 'floor calculator' along with our revolutionary wastage
estimator you are sure to get the correct amount for your project. If you are
unsure of anything please do not hesitate to contact one of the Source
team members who will always be more than happy to help
|board construction||3 ply|
|floor finish||Matt Lacquered|
|floor type||engineered plank|
|installation method||glue or float|
|profile||tongue and groove 4 sides|
|top layer||4 mm|
Our 14/15mm engineered floors can be installed by a floating method using a Source Wood Floors recommended flooring underlay
, or can be stuck down using Sikabond adhesive
products, this could be a full stick down
method such as Tradeline MS adhesive, or a gunned on product such as Sika 52 woodfloor.
The Riviera range of engineered floors are suitable for use with under floor heating.
Carefully examine the flooring for colour, finish and quality before installing it. Use reasonable selectivity and hold out or
cut off pieces with glaring defects whatever the cause. If the flooring is not acceptable, contact Source Wood Floors
Before beginning installation of any hardwood flooring product, the fitter must determine that the environment of the job site
and the condition and type of the subfloor involved are acceptable, ensuring that it meets or exceeds all requirements which are
stipulated in the Source Wood Floors fitting instructions.
Source Wood Floors declines any responsibility for job failure resulting from or associated with inappropriate or improperly
prepared subfloor or job site environment deficiencies. When ordering hardwood flooring allow for a 5% to 10% wastage allowance
depending on layout which must be added to the total square meterage. This will endure only the boards the owner deems fit will
end up being fitted.