Delta Sand

Delta Sand Oakleaf HD PLUS

About Delta Sand Oakleaf HD PLUS

The Preference Oakleaf HD PLUS Laminate in Delta Sand brings a cool and elegant nature to any home, with its space grey tones and tinge of yellow that will add a modern touch, while complementing any existing furniture perfectly. Delta Sand laminate floors feature fine grains and a matte finish to retain the authentic look of wood. The independent 48-hour water-resistance tests assure protection against typical spills which will help you breathe easy.

Oakleaf HD PLUS Delta Sand Product Details

Size: 2200x196x12
Warranty: 20 year finish warranty
Range: Oakleaf HD PLUS
Brand: Preference Flooring

About Oakleaf HD PLUS

OAKLEAF HD PLUS laminate flooring delivers a stunning range of natural flooring that boasts the realistic look of real timber. A diverse range of Australian Woods and Hickory is now available in this range. Furthermore, the Oakleaf HD Plus offers 48 hours water resistance, making them much easier to maintain than ordinary laminate options.

Oakleaf HD PLUS Category FAQs

With moisture protection on the micro-bevels and a 30-pattern repeat, this oak flooring will add natural charm and character to your home. This flooring is also water-resistant, providing peace of mind during accidents. With moisture protection on the micro-bevels, this oak flooring combines durability with an authentic timber look and feel. It’s also AC4 rated, making this floor ideal for family environments as it is strong enough to deal with everyday residential wear and tear.

Laminate floors are easy to clean. They don’t need special cleaning agents or treatments! Every so often, just vacuum or sweep. However, never use a steam mop with laminate floors. As an extra precaution, make sure you don’t use household cleaners or scouring pads on your laminate floor as their abrasive nature may damage it.

Laminate flooring was first introduced by a Swedish company as a method of reusing waste wood for economical and ethical reasons. These planks are first created by deconstructing wood to make it into a pulp, and then fusing them together in order to create a synthetic core. There are three primary layers, which consist of a wear layer, print layer, and HDF core.

Interested in more information?

Get a FREE consultation immediately, Free on-site consultation and quote. No-obligation and Receive a callback within 24 hours.

Fill out this this form to request a sample

Fill out this this form to request a sample

DOWNLOAD "COMPLETE GUIDE TO CHOOSING A FLOOR"

How do I choose a floor? We put together a 20 page complete guide to choosing flooring. Enter your details to receive the E-book via email:

Have all your questions answered and
arrange a free on-site quotation.

FloorVenue services all of New South Wales