• 3-strip engineered oak floor
• 190mm width, 13.5mm thick, 2,250mm in length
• Rustic CD grade
• Lacquered finish
• Click Fit 2.565m2 per pack
The Riviera 3 strip range is a fantastic entry level real wood floor product. It's great value 13mm thick and a wide 190mm board, which is constructed of three 67mm strips across the width of the board.
It benefits from a generous 3mm top layer of Oak on a stable cross ply base. It is ideal for floating on wooden flooring underlay or by the full stick down method with Sika 95 or Sikabond T54
It comes in a 2.565m
pack. Please use the wood floor calculator above left or call us on 08456 021781 and we will calculate the number of packs that you require for you and answer your technical questions.
Please see the related products list below for underlay, adhesive and matching wooden flooring accessories.
|board construction||3 ply|
|edge style||square edge|
|floor finish||Satin Lacquered|
|floor type||3 strip engineered|
|installation method||glue or float|
|profile|| click fit|
|top layer||2.5 mm|
Our 14/15mm engineered floors can be installed by a floating method using a Source Wood Floors recommended wood flooring underlay
, or can be stuck down using Sikabond adhesive products
, a gunned on product such as Sika 52 woodfloor.
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.