Oak is consistently the most popular species for hardwood flooring. It has a linear grain with underlying hues that range from golden brown to slightly gray, making it versatile for various stains and styling techniques—from a contemporary feel to a rustic look. Oak is actually the standard for high-traffic areas with a 1300 Janka hardness rating. Plus, oak is known for its stability despite changes in temperature and moisture, making it less likely to expand and contract.
Long planks percentage:
Wire Brush & Handscraped
Rustic grading with natural looking
-Rustic grading with natural looking
-4mm French Oak wear layer
-Slight micro-bevel at edges
-8 coats of high performance aluminum oxide with Waterborne Glaze cured finish
-Open grain texture
Oak floors are strong enough to safe guard from heat, sound and electricity and it gives pleasant color and considerable surface.
Oak floors with a moisture resistant adhesive and this gives the floor an immense amount of stability.
Oak floors can make your room better no matter what your home is like — traditional or modern, large or small.
Oak flooring is a great choice if you think you may ever want to sell your property.