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Fitting solid flooring 

Fitting solid flooring

Fitting solid flooring: when considering a solid wooden flooring we recommend to consider during all its lifetime a constant care against humidity high or low. They are prone to absorb and lose moisture and this will lead to gaps between boards, cracked boards or swollen floor.

They can hardly provide all the benefits of an engineered floor. Yet they possess a unique feature: a few manufacturers (i.e. Junkers) can provide boards above 20mm thickness which actually increases the layer above the tongue level. In other words this may add decades to your floor lifespan. This is how 100 years old wooden floors were made...

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  • Rustic Oak Flooring: or distressed oak flooring can be an amazing solution to achieve that mountain chalet look. If the most natural feel possible is required then this is the wooden floor we recommend. It is also a very forgiving floor. The dents and scratches will not become so obvious since they will mix with the natural imperfections.

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  • Fitting Smoked Oak Solid Wood Floors: smoked oak or fumed oak is obtained through ammonia fuming. This is wood finishing process that darkens wood and makes the grain pattern more visible. The wood is exposed to fumes from a strong chemical solution which reacts with the tannins in the wood. The best results are obtained with white oak as it contains a...

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  • Fitting Natural Look Solid Wood Floors: there’s a unique elegance in a natural look solid wood floor. The beauty of natural wood lies in its infinite and peculiar variations in knots, grains and colour. Through these, once completed, your floor will be matchless. It's quite common to have special knots and splits and these blemishes add character!

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