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Clever Choice’s Luxury Collection is a fine range of eloquently designed planks with six elegant colours, adding a touch of sophistication and class to any home. These boards are also 2200 mm in length by 220 mm wide to complement any space. These floors are the perfect choice for modern residential living. What’s more, a hard-wearing solid oak layer over a high-density core allows these Clever Oak Luxury Collection planks to withstand changes in temperature and humidity better than a traditional solid timber floor. To top it all off, Clever Oak uses sustainable harvesting and enviro-friendly manufacturing processes, backed by Green Guard and Floor Score certifications.
The Clever Oak Luxury engineered oak timber collection offers the thickest real oak timber veneer in the entire collection. This means they can be refinished multiple times over for a refreshed floor. The cross-layered plywood construction means the planks are less prone to swelling from moisture absorption compared to traditional engineered timber and solid wood floors. This allows long and wide plank formats of over two metres long each!
The Clever Oak Luxury engineered timber’s oak veneer can be cleaned with a damp cloth or rinsed mop. Use a soft cloth to wipe off any dirt or spills on the surface. Vacuum cleaners can be to remove dust and particles. Avoid using hard sponge or abrasive cleaning products which may damage the natural oak wood surface. As this range comes with a 6mm thick veneer, it can be sanded and polished for a refreshed look down the line up to three times!
Engineered oak timber flooring consists of a real veneer of oak wood attached to a plywood base, which provides superior dimensional stability against moisture and temperature fluctuations. These are also more affordable and much easier to install compared to solid timber alternatives. The authentic oak timber is usually sourced from Europe, America and France.