Berkeley Oak Lacquered

£2.00 Sample

Planks from: £113
Herringbone from: £135
Chevron from: £158
Prices exclude VAT

Available in wide plank, Herringbone, Chevron and Parquet Panels Hard wearing premium lacquer finish

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Berkeley Oak Lacquered

Berkeley Oak is one of our premium quality floors. Using slow and old growth oak providing the finest quality timber for flooring. A very versatile product as Berkeley Oak is available in any format such as herringbone, chevron and custom panels and inlaid parquet designs. Also available in extra wide boards up to a massive 800mm! The finish has a hard wearing lacquer suitable for kitchens and corridors where hard wearing surface is required. View large sample panels in our showrooms or request a quote.

Finish: Primer coat and 8 layers of hard wearing water based lacquer
2 Layer Structure: 4mm hardwood layer with Birch ply counter-balance layer, 11 and 15mm thickness (available in widths up to 200mm wide)
3 Layer Structure: 5mm hardwood layer with same hardwood used for counter-balance layer, 15 and 20mm thickness
Widths: 65, 90, 135, 165, 192, 200, 240, 290, 340-390, 440-500mm, up to 800mm
Plank Lengths: 600, 700, 1200-2400, 2000-4000mm, longer on request
Herringbone: 90 x 700 x 15mm, 135 x 700 x 15mm, 240 x 700 x 15mm
Chevron: 90 x 600 x 15mm, 135 x 700 x 15mm
Customisations: This product can be customised with various options such as large bevels, rounded bevels, hand worked surface etc
Grades: Prime A, Prime B, Rustic A, Rustic AB

Prime A: Healthy knots (filled) with a maximum of 3 mm. No open defects, minimal colour variation. No sapwood and no end cracks allowed.

Prime B: Healthy knots (filled) with a maximum of 8 mm. No open defects, slight colour variation. No sapwood and no end cracks allowed.

Rustic A: Healthy knots (filled) with a maximum of ± 35 mm. Less colour variation. No sapwood and no end cracks allowed.

Rustic AB: Healthy knots (filled) with a maximum of ± 60 mm (240 mm and wider up to ± 80 mm). Colour variation allowed. Occasionally a little sapwood permitted and end cracks of max. 100 mm allowed.

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