Solid Wood Flooring

Solid Real Wood Floors

We have large selection of high quality, long-lasting 100% natural solid wood flooring at considerably cheap prices.

Each plank comes from a single piece of wood that’s cut to the desired size. They can be cut in a variety of styles from quarter-sawn to flat-sawn and are available in an array of sizes. Once the board is cut, it is placed in a kiln for drying before being finished.

Browse our selection of colours, finishes, thicknesses and widths. The colours range from light beech to dark oak while the finishes include brushed, lacquered, oiled and unfinished, brushed and oiled and more.

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Benefits of Solid Wood

Solid wood floors can be sanded and refinished several times to change it's appearance making it a popular choice for homeowners.

Here are some of our most popular wood species we offer:

  • Oak - The distinctive grains of oak wood make it an attractive investment, one that will give you a lifetime of superlative performance. When you are looking for something dramatic or dark, nothing beats the charm of floors manufactured in oak.
  • Maple - Maple is a wonderful option for contemporary decor or when you are looking for a light shade of solid wood. The grain patterns on maple wood are subtle, which is perfect for flooring in large spaces from dining rooms to hallways and even bedrooms.
  • Ash - Ash hardwood looks quite similar to oak. They both have large swirling grains that stand out. With a Janka hardness rating of 1320, Ash is known to be so durable that it will last for decades to come. It has a light natural wood shade and a lot of character, which makes ash flooring an excellent choice when you want something bold and dramatic.
  • Beech - The straight grains and variation between boards make beech flooring an exciting option for your property. It’s a great choice for high-traffic areas and even commercial applications.

Installing Hardwood Floors

The planks require stapling or nailing to a wooden subfloor after the acclimation period. This installation method could be too much to take on even for the experienced DIYer. We highly recommend hiring an experienced contractor to install your solid hardwood flooring.

The installation procedure would depend on the type of floor you have chosen therefore we advise you read the installation guidelines carefully before you begin the installation process or hire a professional floor fitter.

Be sure to acclimatise the planks before you install to ensure they gets enough time to adjust to the environment where it would be installed.