Reparing Water Damage & Water Mills

28th Feb 2014 @ 17:20

When disaster strikes and there are burst pipes or flooding, it can often be a case of trying to salvage whatever you can. When in contact with large amounts of water, oak flooring can often become damaged. With this in mind we have created a new guide on How To Save Water Damaged Oak Flooring.

This guide focuses on some of our 180mm character grade engineered oak flooring, and takes you through the steps we would take to see if the boards are salvageable rather than need replacing. This particular guide can be seen by clicking here.

Continuing on with the water theme, we would also like to just take the time to congratulate Dave and Margaret Heldey on the restoration of the Thrum Mill. As you may have seen in a previous blog post, Dave and Margaret recently appeared on Channel 4’s The Restoration Man. The show followed their progress as they looked to restore the Thrum Mill back to life.

Throughout the mill, oak flooring and oak beams have been used from Peak Oak. During last Wednesdays episode of The Restoration Man, we saw the couple revisited to take a look at how far they have come. This particular episode can currently be seen on the 4od service.

If you would like to learn more regarding the Thrum Mill, you can visit Dave and Margaret's blog by clicking here.

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