Engineered Oak Flooring Worthy Of A Gold Medal

10th Aug 2012 @ 11:34

Looks fantastic, a dream to install and extremely hard wearing, all the things you want when choosing an engineered oak board. Luckily these are all the characteristics of the fantastic Hakwood Duoplank Engineered Oak Boards.

Unsurprisingly there isn't any Olympic events in which we could enter the Hakwood flooring, but if there was Hakwood would most definitely be the Usain Bolt equivalent, easily "wiping the floor" with the competition. Hakwoods Legendary machinery accuracy ensures that these boards are truly a delight to fit whether your a DIYer or a professional. The Hakwood boards are available in a huge range of floor styles, colours and textures.

Hakwood - Annecy

As you may have noticed, over the last couple of days we have added a whole range of new Hakwood products to the site. These new products are all pre-finished boards and are from Hakwoods Era Line, Sierra Line, and Old World Line.

The Era Collection of boards have undergone an “ageing treatment” to achieve the small irregularities that are typical of natural use. The Era Line is available in a number of traditional colours, guaranteeing a classic and timeless appearance.

The Sierra Collection offers a truly distinct look from your engineered oak boards, drawing inspiration from the linear sawmill marks left on wood planking. Depending on the style chosen; the boards may be smoked, oiled or stained which gives the boards a beautiful texture.

With a manually crafted surface with an authentic, uneven effect, the Old World Collection is based on the look and feel of antique structural beams. This collection consists of nine colours including the Bonneval, which we liked so much we fitted it inside one of our showroom areas!

Hakwood - Vivaldi

If you would to take a look at these new products or to learn more about the different Hakwood engineered boards, you can do so by clicking here or by giving us a call on 01538 304584.

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