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Title: Explore Engineered Oak Flooring and its types - Nexus Flooring


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Explore Engineered Oak Flooring And its types
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What are Engineered Oak Flooring?
  • Engineered oak wood flooring is made up of
    separate layers of wood to create a single board.
    The top layer is natural oak which provides the
    high quality look and feel of solid wood, while
    wood fibre boards, like plywood, are layered
    underneath.
  • Typically, there are 3 layers to each engineered
    oak wood flooring board.

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  • ?The lower fiber board layers in engineered oak
    wood flooring adds strength and durability, so
    that the board always retains its size and shape
    even when under pressure, or when exposed to
    extreme conditions.
  • ?This makes it a great choice for use in
    moisture-prone areas of the home like kitchens,
    with under floor heating, or in areas of high
    domestic foot traffic, such as hallways.?

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Types Of Engineered Oak Flooring
  • Engineered Brushed Oak Flooring
  • Engineered Brushed Oiled Oak Flooring
  • Engineered Wide Oak Flooring
  • Engineered Unfinished Oak Flooring
  • Engineered Lacquered Oak Flooring
  • Engineered Oiled Oak Flooring
  • Engineered Hand Scraped Oak Flooring

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Engineered Brushed Oak Flooring
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Engineered Brushed Oak Flooring
  • Brushing is a technique that can be applied to
    the top layer of engineered wood flooring. This
    layer is processed with a large wire rotary
    brush, raising the grain of the wood to create a
    textured finish.
  • Engineered wood is perfect for any room in your
    home due to its strength, durability and style.
  • The effect imparted by a brushed finish is often
    used in kitchens to achieve that cosy, country
    cottage look, and it's ideal for bedrooms and
    living rooms too

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Engineered Brushed Oiled Oak Flooring
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Engineered Brushed Oiled Oak Flooring
  • Brushed and oiled engineered wood flooring is a
    flooring option which has been given a textured
    feel by a mechanical brushing process applied to
    the solid wood top layer.
  • This brushing of the wood is then followed by the
    application of oil that is absorbed into the open
    grain caused by the brushing, giving oiled and
    brushed engineered wood flooring a real deep
    character.
  • It should be treated with hardwax oil after
    installation to give it a hard-wearing finish.
  • It lends itself perfectly to anyone seeking to
    create a clean and calm interior style

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Engineered Wide Oak Flooring
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Engineered Wide Oak Flooring
  • These wooden flooring help you achieve the look
    youre looking for.
  • When laid in a small room, these floors give the
    illusion of volume, making the space look far
    bigger than it actually is.
  • These Wide Flooring evoke a feeling of premium
    quality, sturdiness, craftsmanship, and tradition.

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Engineered Unfinished Oak Flooring

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Engineered Unfinished Oak Flooring
  • Unfinished engineered wood flooring is a great
    way to get customizable flooring with the
    charming look of hardwood, at a price that is
    right for you.
  • No lacquer or oil finish has been applied during
    the manufacturing process. In other words the top
    layer consists of raw hardwood.
  • Unfinished flooring is a bit more labour
    intensive than the pre-finished option, as the
    finish needs to be applied once the boards are in
    place

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Engineered Lacquered Oak Flooring
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Engineered Lacquered Oak Flooring
  • Lacquered engineered wood flooring is a flooring
    option that combines one of the most popular
    finishes on the market with a flooring
    manufacturing technique that is designed to make
    the boards extra sturdy and durable.
  • Lacquer finishes can go years without needing to
    be sanded down and refinished.
  • Lacquered floors also make it very easy to clean
    up the dirt and grime that build up on any wood
    floor, posing a threat to the surface. A damp
    cloth or mop will do the trick in a couple of
    minutes.

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Engineered Oiled Oak Flooring
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Engineered Oiled Oak Flooring
  • Oiled engineered wood flooring is an excellent
    choice for those wanting a hardwearing wood
    floor, carefully designed to be sturdy and
    stable, but with the classic natural look and
    character of oiled solid wood.
  • Unlike lacquer finishes, which form a shiny
    protective layer on top of wood flooring, oil
    finishes seep into the wood and leave the surface
    with all the charm of raw wood
  • So if you are looking for stable and durable wood
    flooring that also appeals to a rustic
    sensibility, oiled engineered wood flooring is
    the way to go.

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Engineered Hand Scraped Oak Flooring
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Engineered Hand Scraped Oak Flooring
  • Hand scraped engineered wood offers a luxurious
    finish and helps to create a rustic, warm
    atmosphere in your home.
  • Hand scraped flooring compliments older style
    properties best, but can also look fantastic in
    contemporary homes too.
  • It can even add value to your property making
    it a worthy investment.

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