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Heartridge Woodland Oak Engineered timber is a luxurious hardwood with a smooth, brushed finish and seamless micro bevelled edges. The planks feature UV-resistant wood treatment that protects them against the fading that could happen over time. They are the premium-looking, practical alternative to real hardwood floors which brings a sense of refined elegance to your home. These engineered boards are known for their beauty and stability. The specially designed three-layered core prevents warping or cracking to improve durability. They’re the perfect way to bring your home a timber look without the drawbacks.
Our Heartridge Woodland Oak flooring features a smooth brushed surface finish, as well as micro bevelled edging which brings a refined elegant ambience to your home. This is accentuated by the handscraped finish which brings life into the natural timber grains. Whats more, each plank features a three-layered core which prevents warping and cracking, as well as a UV resistant coating to protect against fading, ensuring that your floor is looking as good as new for many years to come.
One easy method of cleaning is by using a dry microdiber dust mop to remove any loose dst and debris. However, if you are using a vacuum, make sure the flooring attachment is soft. Also refrain from using abrasive materials such as steel wool as they can scratch your planks. Cleaning up spills as soon as possible is also one of the best ways to maintain your floors and make sure they are not damaged over time.
Engineered timber flooring is one way to get gorgeous real timber into your home without the hassle of glue, nails and noisy installation processes. It is essentially made of a veneer of timber attached to a plywood base which has an in-built click-lock system for easy installations. Aside from being easier to lay, engineered timbers flooring offers greater dimensional stability from moisture ingress and is also a little more affordable than solid timber. Engineered oak ranges offer beautiful European, American and French oak woods.