Borrowdale Oak

£2.00 Sample

Planks from: £79
Herringbone from: £100
Chevron from: £122
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Borrowdale Oak

Borrowdale limed oak flooring is white washed with a Hard Waxoil finish. The appearance is similar to the traditional process of liming a wood floor to protect it from bugs and provide protection. Today the technique to create limed oak flooring is not used so much as the process of liming wood floors with a caustic lime is high maintenance. Also the technology of advanced finishes has made the technique of liming redundant. Available in Rustic, Rustic A and Prime grades and engineered so suitable for under floor heating. In stock and available for immediate delivery. Also available in 260mm wide oak boards or herringbone parquet. If you need inspiration view our Light Wood Floor photo gallery or on Houzz. Excellent length specification with good average and random lengths for a more premium look. Hard Waxoil floors are one of the most natural finishes for wood floors using natural oils and waxes. Easy to maintain and spot repair if required. When maintaining oiled light oak flooring we recommend using a maintenance oil with white pigment added.

Finish: Hard Waxoil UV Cured
Width options:  180, 220, 260mm
Lengths: Random lengths 2000-2400mm (max 10% shorter)
Thickness (total/oak wear layer): 13/4mm, 16/4mm, 20/5mm
Structure: 2 layer (birch ply counter-balance layer) 
Herringbone sizes: 120 x 600 x 16/4mm, 140 x 560 x 16/4mm, 180 x 720 x 16/4mm
Chevron sizes: 120 x 600 x 16/4mm, 140 x 560 x 16/4mm, 180 x 720 x 16/4mm
Bevel: Micro Bevel 1mm, Standard bevel 2mm, Square Edge (recommended for unfinished floors), Planks bevelled 2 long sides, Herringbone bevelled 4 side

Grades:

Prime - small pin knots allowed, no sapwood

Prime B - Knots max 18mm, no sapwood

Rustic A - Konts max 35mm, no sapwood

Rustic AB - Knots max 70mm, small traces sapwood

Rustic - Konts allowed, sapwood allowed

Options on treatments and finishes:

Brushing
Band sawing
Planed look
Smoking (single, double or intense)
Staining (colour stain/reactive stain)
Hardwax Oil UV Cured natural/colour