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What is solid hardwood flooring?

Solid hardwood floors are made of planks milled from a single piece of timber they were originally used for structural purposes, being installed perpendicular to the wooden support beams of a building known as joists or bearers. Solid hardwood floors are still common and considered king of flooring. These floors have a thicker wear surface and can be sanded and finished many times.

Solid Hardwood flooring adds a air of elegance to your house that can't be matched by tile or carpeting. It is often more expensive than tile or carpeting but it holds up well, even in areas of high traffic and will outlast many other options.

The benefits of installing solid hardwood Flooring

Perhaps one of the most desired and treasured part of a home’s décor in a consumer’s minds is a home that has solid hardwood flooring. Ask any real estate agent and they will confirm that a home that has hardwood flooring will sell faster and for more money. solid French Oak flooring will add warmth and beauty to any home and it is the most desired floor covering. 


Our solid hardwood flooring is manufactured from one piece of solid French oak.

It is manufactured and machined to very accurate dimensional, which enables fast and easy installation, thus saving time and money on the related costs.

Our solid French oak has a width of 220 mm and is 20 mm thick, so that durability and strength are provided within your finished floor, whilst the natural movement associated with solid French oak is minimal.


Lifespan anywhere from 80 to over 100 years.

Due to its thickness, it can span slight differences in sub floor height without flexing when walked on.

Produces a good solid floor structurally

Can be sanded and refinished multiple times if needed.

Solid French Oak flooring will increase the value of your home.

Solid French Oak flooring does not cause allergies; recommended to use by allergists

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