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Solid Rustic Oak Flooring – A Statement Floor

Deciding to renovate their 18th century home our clients wanted to replace the existing flooring. With solid oak at the forefront of their minds they next needed to decide on the grade to choose.

Our flooring range consists of four grades; First Quality, Pippy, Rustic and Character.  Our clients wanted a grade that was full of character which compliment the style of their home.   They loved the look of our rustic grade.  Featuring a variety of knots and small cracks with lots of wild grain patterns along the boards.   It is a more  ‘lively’ grade than First Quality for example which has a straight cleaner grain with fewer knots.

Often customers are nervous of the fact that there are these natural imperfections in the timber.  However, a qualified fitter is able to enhance these features making for a rustic floor.   Any knots and small splits are filled with a mix of oak sawdust and glue which totally matches in.  This creates a smooth finish,  it does not detract but enhances the features within the floor.    This was exactly the style of flooring our clients were trying to achieve.

Rustic oak flooring is fitted throughout the entire ground floor giving continuity and flow to the space.  With light flowing into the individual rooms it creates a variety of colour tones in the flooring.  I think you’ll agree it really is a statement feature. 

Suzanne commented:-

We are delighted with the oak for our floor.  Ben spent time taking us through all the different grades and explaining about the available finishes to ensure we got what we wanted.  We have some of the most beautiful boards with stunning markings.  We’d not hesitate in recommending Ben – a true professional.

For further information about the other grades we supply, follow the link which takes you to our blog explaining the differences between the grades we offer.

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  • Date 22nd February 2019
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