Nothing compares to the elegance of wooden flooring. Any environment, from a bedroom to a living room, a kitchen to a corridor, benefits from the natural warmth of the wood’s texture. We know that our exquisitely created wooden flooring will add style and elegance to your areas. It offers modern and traditional designs, and a wide range of color options, finishes, and features.
Choosing the ideal wooden flooring for your area might be complicated, though, because there are many alternatives. We have put up a thorough guide that covers all you need to know about wooden floors. You can learn more about the numerous wooden floors, the different types of wood, and their qualities. We also offer guidance on setup, upkeep, design, and color.
Every kind of wood has distinctive qualities, and the species you choose will affect the appearance of your floor, including the color. Here is a list of some of our top choices.
Due to its performance, oak is highly prized and frequently used for interior decoration. Oak’s structure is well known for being both traditional and modern. Numerous patterns can be used, with styles that range from serene to passionate. Its various variations, from the natural brown tones to the expertly stained flooring shades, are enhanced by lighter sapwood and knots. Over time, oak ages and turns more golden.
Ash is perfect for high-strength applications because of its hardness and durability. Strong contrasts between the black heartwood and the light sapwood frequently produce vibrant patterns with a wide range of colors. Ash is a material that takes on a warm golden shade.
Due to its softer qualities, walnut provides excellent woodworking properties. Its sapwood is creamy white, and its color ranges from light brown to a warm, dark chocolate tone. Walnut gives the floor a powerful personality. The hardness of walnut is 3.2, but slowly, it can turn reddish.
One of the light wood types is walnut-maple, which is durable. The shades of maple are even and calm. Straight growth rings, fine, smooth roughness finish the material’s straight grain. Although somewhat fragile, maple darkens and turns golden when exposed to sunlight.
Birch is strong and long-lasting. Movements in birch are powerful than in most other wood species because of its cell structure. Birch has a uniform appearance with tasteful, warm yellow undertones. Over time, it will transition from crimson to golden tones.
Surface effects are methods to give your wooden flooring character and contrast, such as cleaning or adding cut or impression marks. For instance, various brushing techniques emphasize the pattern of the wood more, accentuating its lovely, organic structure. The floor has an older appearance and feels when we add saw or impression marks. Some of the most well-liked surface effects are listed here.
Brushed: A light brushing highlights the contrast between the fibers and polishes the wood pattern without going too deeply.
Ancient brushed: a structural brushing method that manipulates the density of the wood while bringing out every detail to produce a surface reasonably deep but smooth.
Partial cut markings are a random effect in which the position and depth of the saw marks fluctuate to provide an extremely natural-looking outcome. The borders of the longer sides are mostly hidden by the marks.
Compaction marks provide a masking effect that is perfect for absorbing wear and tear because they will draw attention to cracks, which are a natural part of a floor’s finish.
The two most popular wood flooring finishes are lacquered or oiled; both are extremely strong and produce results that last for a very long time. In general, oiled floors have a more natural appearance, whereas lacquered floors typically have a brighter appearance. One of the best surface protectors on the market, Proteco, is used to treat our timber flooring. Proteco comes in three types, each offering a different range, and strengthening the floor while maintaining the sense of wood.
Depending on whether your wooden flooring is lacquer or hard wax oiled, a different maintenance and cleaning plan is needed. Our maintenance guide offers guidance to clean and maintain your floors and suggestions for the finest products. It keeps the luster of your natural wooden flooring for an extended period. Select the subfloor you have; laying wood flooring can be as easy as a do-it-yourself effort or as difficult as a professional installation. Locking systems tightly secure the boards so; there are no gaps or jagged lines. They are also simple to use, especially 2-Lock, which makes installing wooden flooring easier.