Our Sherlock Oak Engineered Wood Flooring is a Square shouldered board. This board is manufactured using European French Oak as the top layer with the superior birch multi-ply backing.
All boards come in packs with a good length specification ranging from about 1800-2400mm with some half boards.
Unlike most engineered boards with fixed nesting lengths of 1800mm our longer boards accentuate the space in larger rooms and make shorter rooms feel longer.
Longer lengths also tend to have a high end quality appearance.
This type of board is tongue and grooved all round and the 21mm thick planks allow for it to be used as a structural board where joists can be at 400mm centres.
The 13mm boards are overlay boards and can also be used in feature walling.
Character grade will include knots which are filled and sanded. There will be some colour variation among the boards giving a more traditional look.
All boards are manufactured using sustainable sources which means that the worlds resources are not being taken for your floor.
All Sherlock Oak boards come unfinished.
Brushed & Oiled
This comes from the manufacturer with natural oil finish and requires one extra coat after installation.
These boards come filled and sanded but require finishing with oil or lacquer after installation.
The wider boards are available in this finish.
Hard Wax Oils
give the traditional wood look in a choice of;
Clear Satin, Matt or Extra Matt.
Environmental Oils – ‘Rough Timber’
maintain the unfinished ’raw’ look of the wood, but the wood is protected.
White Hard Wax Oil
can be used to give the Limed Oak, Drift Wood effect.
for domestic and heavy contract give optimum protection in a choice of Matt and Semi Gloss.
are also available that maintain the unfinished look of the timber but afford the level of protection of a lacquer.
These boards are suitable for warm water under floor heating systems, where the systems have been designed to take wood flooring and no heat exceeds 270C sub floor temperature.
Our service includes recommendations and full specifications for which wood flooring products best meet your client’s requirements. This includes recommendations for the method of installation and finish.