Our Painswick Spiced Oak is the newest addition to our Engineered Wood range.
This product is part of our parquet flooring range. One of the most popular styles of parquet flooring is herringbone which includes planks arranged in a pattern that resembles the bones of a fish. Herringbone is traditionally used in grand houses but has recently become popular in modern homes due to the luxurious and classy feel it exhumes.
Our Painswick Spiced Oak is engineered oak. Engineered wood is the perfect substitute for solid wood flooring due to the real solid wood top layer. This makes the flooring durable, easier to maintain and achieve that real solid wood effect at a lower cost. Due to the top wood layer being bonded with a plywood base engineered wood can withstand fluctuating temperatures which makes them a perfect choice if you’re looking to install underflooring heating.
This product hosts a deep golden colour which is perfect when looking to achieve a classic look. It is also ABC grade which means the wood contains natural knots and grains that has been preserved and not over stressed giving it a traditional look. The wood is brushed and oiled which involves removing any new growth and then using oil to highlight the woods natural charm.
This product has a tongue and groove joining method which makes it easy for the planks to be put together. This product needs to be installed with a nailed or glued down method.