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Product Code: EAGLEY

£96.49m² inc. VAT

£59.99

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£59.99㎡

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£96.49m² inc. VAT

£59.99

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Eagley Engineered Grey Oak Oiled and Distressed 220mm x 15/4mm Wood Flooring

Product Code: Eagley

This Eagley grey oak engineered flooring is one of our most highly specified engineered wood products. Enriched with the versatility to harmonise any home décor, the natural grains of this flooring create a warming feel that will soon become the focal point of your chosen space, boasting a stunning grey oak accent to revitalise your room.

The overall 15mm thickness reinforces the durability of your floor and provides a wearable 4mm veneer that can be sanded and re-finished over the lifespan of your engineered flooring. A top-surface oiled & distressed finish enhances the visual aesthetic of this sophisticated yet practical flooring to create a space full of character. Each pack of Eagley comes in a fixed length (excluding any starter boards) of 1900mm and may contain starter boards to allow you to stagger your layout. Our mixed grade Eagley is hardwearing and beautiful with its luxurious oak tones and natural appearance.

The easy tongue and groove method makes the process of fitting the floor accessible for all. This engineered oak would usually be fitted as a floating floor installation, where an underlay is laid onto the subfloor beneath the flooring, this gives added protection from any damp and will act as a sound barrier and insulator. Each pack of our Eagley engineered oak flooring contains enough boards to cover 2.508m². An oiled finish is not impermeable and may not be suitable for spillages.

Explore our accessories for those finishing touches to finalise and secure your Eagley engineered wood flooring.

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More Information
SKU EAGLEY
Wood Species Oak
Finish Oiled & Distressed
Veneer 4mm
Grade Mixed
Thickness 15mm
Wear Layer 4mm
Width 220mm
Width Category EXTRA WIDE (201mm-290mm)
Installation Service Tongue & Groove
Length 1900mm
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Thanks for your question! We wouldn't recommend using any wood flooring product in a bathroom - due to moisture.

However, our vinyl flooring tiles are fully waterproof - ideal for use in the bathroom!
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Engineered wood replicates the same quality as solid hardwood. Engineered wood is made up of multiple layers and is a more stable product. Engineered wood is less affected by changes in temperature and humidity and can be laid in most rooms.
What Way Do You Fit Underlay?
Underlay is fitted with the foil side facing the floor so it cannot be seen due it being the damp proof membrane.
How Do I Clean My Wood Floor?
All our floors should be cleaned with a dry mop, avoid any harsh industrial chemicals as this may tarnish the appearance or damage your flooring in the long term.
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