Dukes Oak Herringbone

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Planks from: £114
Herringbone from: £134
Chevron from: £159
Panels from: £230
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Dukes Oak Herringbone

Dukes Oak is a mid to dark tone wood floor with antique colouring. The natural light to darker shades in the oak are achieved with reactive stains that react with the tannins in the oak. Variations in the colours look particularly good in parquet formats such as Herringbone and Chevron. We use a 9 coat lacquer with this floor to provide a durable and easy to maintain finish, ideal in high traffic areas such as kitchens and hallways. This herringbone flooring is available in a variety formats including extra wide planks, choose from planks, chevron, herringbone, panels and in-laid parquet.

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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