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Can’t find a wide enough board? Now you can. With the Clever Oak XL boards, you have a choice of 240 mm Wide by 2200 mm Long. Plus, you can choose from ten fashionable colours to fit your sense of style. Furthermore, Clever Oak XL is a flooring choice that’s highly conscious of the environment. Certified with Green Guard and FloorScore, these flooring products are also backed with solid structural and finish warranties to make your investment secure. Whats more, our floors are made of a hard-wearing solid oak layer over a high-density core. The process of engineering Oak floors makes them less likely to warp, cup, or buckle due to environmental changes than solid timber.
The Clever Oak XL engineered timber collection is a beautiful range of engineered wood fused with a cross-plywood finish. This results in superior dimensional stability against moisture ingress swelling compared to normal solid wooden planks. Besides offering a gorgeous range of colours, they can be refinished if you need to remove scratches from the external surface or need to repair any damaged areas. To top it off, these planks have an E0 formaldehyde emission rating for healthy air and living.
The Clever Oak XL range takes pride in its beautiful appearance, which is why we advise that you take extra care when cleaning your furniture. High quality natural oak wood is hard, but can be damaged by harsh cleaning agents or excess water. It’s best to use a soft, moist mop to keep your furniture looking as good as new! We also suggested that you avoid using any harsh tools to clean the wooden surface, as this may damage it in the long run.
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.