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Crafted using rustic grade European oak and then brushed and smoked for a dark, deeper hint of rustic chic, this smoked engineered oak flooring is ideal for a variety of interior design projects. Whether you have a modern scheme that needs some olde-worlde style or you have a traditional space that would benefit from complementary flooring, Code 08 Heavy Brushed & Smoked aged oak flooring exudes charm, style, a timeless look and is competitively priced. Available in a range of straight plank and a stunning large herringbone parquet, each plank of this smoked engineered oak flooring fits together via the classic tongue and groove system. The perfect blend of timeless good taste, practicality and atmospheric warmth, smoking was never so stylish!
Design Tip: Add colour bursts of bright blues & greens for vitality & energy or coordinate with soothing white & cream neutrals. Alternatively, rich red-brown earth shades or foliage greens will work with this stunning smoked oak board to create a more muted and serene atmosphere.
Dimension: 1900mm(L) x 190mm(W) x 15mm(D) | 2200mm(L) x 220mm(W) x 15mm(D) | 2200mm(L) x 220mm(W) x 20mm(D)
PRICES ARE PER PACK EXCLUDING DELIVERY. We operate a minimum order quantity of 6 packs on this product. Pack sizes are listed under the specification tab along with further information on this rustic grade oak floor.
|Pack Size 190x1900x15/4||6 planks per pack. Pack size is 2.166sqm equating to per sqm price of £39+VAT.|
|Pack Size 220x2200x15/4||6 planks per pack. Pack size is 2.904sqm equating to per sqm price of £44+VAT.|
|Pack Size 220x2200x20/4||5 planks per pack. Pack size is 2.42sqm equating to per sqm price of £54+VAT.|
|Weight||190 x 1900 x 15 & 220 x 2200 x 15: 11.542kg per sqm | 220 x 2200 x 20: 15.39kg per sqm|
|Pack Weight||190 x 1900: 25kg per pack | 220 x 2200 x 15: 34kg per pack | 220 x 2200 x20: 38kg per pack|
|Packs Per Pallet||190 x 1900: 38 packs per pallet | 220 x 2200 x 15: 28 packs per pallet | 220 x 2200 x 20: 25 packs per pallet|
|Board Thickness||190 x 1900 x 15 & 220 x 2200 x 15: 15mm thick board, 11mm ply back 4mm oak top layer | 220 x 2200 x 20: 20mm thick board, 16mm ply back 4mm oak top layer|
|Structural Board 20mm Format||This is a 20mm thick board so can be laid directly on joists using an appropriate fixing mechanism.|
|Grade||RUSTIC GRADE: Rustic grade wood has the largest range of colour variation, sap content and allows almost a limitless size and number of knots. There will be checks (stable splits) across & between the growth rings, all of which add to its natural charm. Filler will be used and the colour is traditionally dark, carefully selected to compliment the oak rather than to match it or ‘disappear’. Rustic grade oak produces a stunning, traditional vintage looking floor.|
|Blending||Shade and colour variation should be expected in our real timber engineered oak products. Each board will react differently to the finishing processes used and have unique characteristics such as knots and highlighted grain. Stronger tone & colour variation can occur between batches, so it is recommended you ensure you order enough for your project in one batch. As always when laying real timber flooring a good number of packs should be opened at a time and blended.|
|Glue-Down||We recommend fixing engineered oak, where possible, with the Glue-down method. Using a high-quality adhesive will result in the most stable floor installation as the base of each board is bonded directly to the sub-floor. No underlay is needed and no gluing of the tongue and groove is required. We recommend Bona Quantum flexible wood flooring adhesive though many other brands are available – speak with your installer as they will likely have a tried and tested product they can supply.|
|Floating||Glue-down method is not appropriate for sub-floors that are damp, are mixed i.e. timber subfloor combined with concrete/screed sub-floor or have specific requirements such as acoustic deadening. With sub-floors of this type the Floating installation method will likely be proposed by your installer. The boards are not fixed to the sub-floor but instead uses the weight of the floor itself to keep them in place, usually with the use of an underlay between the sub-floor and boards. The tongue & groove would normally be glued in a floating installation. NB: Beswick stone do not provide underlay, glue or any other wood installation product.|