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Solid Wood Flooring

Solid Wood Flooring Collection

Browse our solid wood flooring available in a myriad of different designs, finishes and shades. Each plank is manufactured from a singular piece of 100% natural wood that is cut down to the desired size, usually ranging between 18 to 25 centimeters making the planks extremely durable. At Lifestyle Flooring UK, we have large selection of high quality, long-lasting 100% natural real wood flooring at considerably cheap prices. Not only do these floors add warmth and elegance to your room, but they are also considerably easy to maintain.

Wooden floors are made from a variety of materials, including solid walnut, oak, and maple.

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More About Our Solid Wooden Floor Range

Homes with wooden floors are one of the most sought after properties on the market. The appearance of this type of floor is much more natural and rich in appeal, since natural wood presents different shades and irregularities of the tree from which it is cut. There are hardly any other materials which can stand up to the aesthetic appeal of wooden floors. You have the choice between darker shades of wood or lighter ones, and then compare and contrast accordingly with the furniture and other items in your house.

Some Advantages Wooden Floors Offer

Thermal insulation - Wood is a natural insulation material, protecting your house against the excessive cold or the warmth during the summers. So it's perfect for both summer and winter. You will notice a considerable decrease in your monthly utility bills because the wood floors prevent air from escaping through the house.

Comfort - Surely you totally agree that walking barefoot on a wooden floor is not the same as walking on a tiled floor. It brings much more warmth and will give your home that much-desired "homely” feel that you so crave.

Hygiene - Another great advantage is that they do not accumulate dust mites, nor any other potentially allergenic element. Keeping the floors clean is also incredibly easy. There are many floor cleaners that you can use, and in most cases, just wiping the floors clean with a wet mop that has micro-fiber fabrics is more than enough.

Durability - Solid wood is one of the most durable types of floors available. A well-kept wood floor can last for many years. Depending on the thickness of the wooden floor, you also have the option of getting it sanded and re-varnished or stained, thus making it look as good as new.

Installing Hardwood Flooring

Draw a main line: In the first place, you will need to draw a starting line using a bit of chalk. It is important to draw this line in order to have a straight floor. If the first row is not straight, the entire floor will be affected.

Install the first slats of the floor on the main line: To complete this step, you must choose straight and relatively long slats to compose the first row. Place the first slats of the board slat on the main line.

Drill: Drill holes, which will act as guides, ½ "(12 mm) from one side of the coverslip and repeat this process every 8" (232 mm) approximately. Rendered 2 "(50 mm) from the end of a coverslip, you can stop drilling holes. Allow a minimum of two holes for each coverslip.

Final installation of your first row: To complete the installation of your first row, you must attach the slats that make up your first row with the help of nails and a nail gun. To do this, use 2 "(50 mm) finishing nails and do not forget to camouflage them with a wood paste. Also, consider inserting shims between the planks of the first row and the wall, to provide additional space if the wood expands during hot and humid weather. Your skirting will hide this little space.

Drill at 45 degrees: Drill a hole at a 45 degree angle in the post, which will then be used to guide you. Repeat this process every 8 "(200 mm) with nails. Please nail the coverslip so that the nail head does not come out.

Lay the following rows: To lay and nail your rows, use a nailer and mallet. Nail the coverslips every 8 to 10 inches (20 to 25 cm) and 2-3 inches (5 to 8 cm) from the end of each cover. If the length of the coverslip is 5 to 8 inches, you should nail it at least in two places.

Organizing your planks: It is extremely important that the joints of your slats are not aligned. From this perspective, during your assembly you could alternate between shorter and longer slats.

The Last Step: The last step in the floor installation process will be to focus over the finish of your room, dealing with moldings, quarter-rounds and skirting boards.

Once the floor has been installed, you are good to go! Maintaining solid wood flooring isn’t a problem either; it’s a relatively simple process. You just need to use a standard cleaning agent or a multi-surface cleaner in order to clean the floors regularly. It doesn’t require a great deal of effort, and the most you have to do is to wipe it clean. If you want to further improve the resilience of your hardwood floors, you can just apply a sealant on top to provide greater protection against stains.