A305 Deckboard Oak

Three strip planks are made from individual staves of rustic oak selected for variation and character, so that once installed the effect is smooth and seamless floor. The surface is fine sanded and spray coated with hardwearing lacquer making this floor perfect for heavy traffic areas ideal for hallways and perfect for playrooms. The Aesthetic is classic and modern European very popular in Germany, Austria and Poland.


Description: Satin Lacquered Rustic Oak Three Strip


Type of Floor: Real Wood Engineered Plank


Total Thickness: 14 mm


Width & Length: 207 x 2200 mm


Top Layer: 2.5 mm Solid European Oak


Grade: CD Rustic


Core Layer: 2 Layer Soft Wood


Pack Size: 3.18 m2


Pack Contents: 7 Boards – May Include 1 Split Lengths


Joint Type: 2G Locking System


Bevelled Edges: No


Floated Installation: Yes


Fully Bonded Installation: Yes


Secret Nailed Installation: No


Suitable For Underfloor Heating: Yes


Tog Rating: 1.12


Hardness: Hard


UKTR Compliant: Yes


Free Samples

Samples make a great reference point to compare colours and finishes, but it is important to note that wood is a natural material, so no two pieces are alike. With this in mind we recommend viewing them in conjunction with images, descriptions, case studies, our Room Visualiser and a trip to your local V4 Approved Showroom.

free-wood-flooring-samplesYou can order up to three FREE samples. These are 100 mm cross sections of your chosen product.

Large Samples

Our large samples are 300 mm sections. For boards under 125 mm wide we include two pieces.

Recycle Your Samples

Of course you can keep your samples for your next project or pass them on to friends. Or simply drop them off at your nearest V4 Approved Showroom where they will be collected and reused for another project.

Installation Basics

A305 is a glueless click system board that can be installed as a floating floor on an underlay or fully bonded with floor adhesive to the subfloor. Read more about Installation here.

Care and Maintenance

This floor is finished with low maintenance lacquer which keeps the surface protected from stains and wear. Furniture should be protected with pads and the floor should be kept dust free. Read more about how to maintain V4 products here.

Environment

All V4 Wood flooring is milled from responsibly sourced timber meeting all UK Timber regulations. Read more about our environmental approach here.

Useful Downloads
  A305_Specification.pdf

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More Information

 

What is Engineered Wood Flooring?

Engineered Wood Flooring looks very similar to solid wood, and when laid correctly is impossible to differentiate. However, what makes engineered wood different is its construction, specifically its engineered base. The wear layer – the lamella – is precision milled from hardwood, predominantly solid oak in our collections, and is crafted to either a multiply or three-ply engineered base.

What are the advantages of Engineered Wood Flooring?

There are many advantages to using engineered wood flooring over a solid wood plank. not only is engineered wood more practical, but it is also a more sustainable building choice, and offers you a great price point for your design.

With V4’s collections of engineered wood flooring, the top layer ranges from 2mm to 6mm of hardwood, before being backed onto engineered bases made from fast growing spruce, poplar and birch timbers. By doing this, the yield from a single tree is increased by up to 60%, meaning fewer slow growing hardwood trees are used in the process – making engineered wood flooring a much more sustainable design choice.

Because of its stable base, engineered wood flooring is also suitable for underfloor heating – an increasingly popular heating choice in modern construction. Unlike solid wood flooring, engineered wood is made up of multiple layers, which means it is far less affected by fluctuating temperatures, making it a suitable choice for underfloor heating. Additionally, many of V4 Wood Flooring’s planks have an overall thickness of 15mm, meaning that is compatible for effective heat transfer. To read our guide to engineered wood flooring and underfloor heating click here!

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