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Ruthern Engineered Natural Oak Unfinished 90mm x 15/3mm Parquet Wood Flooring

Product Code: RUTHERN

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Ruthern Engineered Natural Oak Unfinished 90mm x 15/3mm Parquet Wood Flooring

Product Code: RUTHERN

Our Ruthern unfinished oak herringbone flooring is nothing short of fabulous. Ruthern striking patterned herringbone adds depth and character to achieve an atmospheric tone for your space. Our mixed grade Ruthern is hardwearing and beautiful with its luxurious oak tones and natural appearance. Our Ruthern oak flooring is unfinished allowing you tailor the floor to your own requirements, using one of the many stains, oils or lacquers available on the market.

A tongue and groove installation profile allows you to simply glue each board together and ensure maximum stability of your mixed grade floor. Narrow boards such as this are usually bonded to the sub-floor using an adhesive to provide a flexible and stable surface. An impressive 3mm wear layer enables you to sand down and refinish the herringbone surface up to 2 times to across its lifespan. Your Ruthern floor comes in fixed length boards which provides you with the boards required to achieve a stunning herringbone assembly of your floor.

Each pack of our Ruthern herringbone medium oak flooring contains enough boards to cover 2.02m². An unfinished floor is not impermeable and may not be suitable for spillages without using a finishing product.

Explore our accessories for those finishing touches to finalise and secure your Ruthern herringbone wood flooring.

£63.69m² inc. VAT

£40.49

m² inc. VAT

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SKU RUTHERN
Wood Species Oak
Finish Unfinished
Veneer 3mm
Grade Mixed
Thickness 15mm
Wear Layer 3mm
Width 90mm
Width Category NARROW (50mm-100mm)
Installation Service Tongue & Groove
Length 400mm
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