Solid Oak Flooring

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In the by-gone years cottages and houses had wood floorboards, which were generally made up from random width floorboards. In today’s age this method of flooring can be still be achieved with the random width solid oak floorboards.

With today’s modern machine technology, it is relatively quick and easy to change the machine settings to manufacture the solid oak floorboards into different widths. With today’s tongue and grove boards and stress grooves on rear you can now have a far more stable solid oak floor than the by-gone years but with still maintain that wonderful look.

Random width solid oak flooring is the way forward to the solid oak flooring for your barn conversion, not only does there solid oak floor look amazing, you keep the character of the barn with the up to date modern look.


You can also lay random width solid oak boards in a modern house; there is no need to keep it just for barn.

Solid oak flooring is the way forward whatever look you are trying to achieve from the character grade solid oak flooring to the prime grade solid oak flooring for that cleaner look.

There is something for everyone in the look you are trying to achieve with your solid oak floor. Never feel you are alone when making that all important decision on what to do, what to have. The only decision you have to make is to go to the experts on solid oak flooring that will and can give you all the information you need to help with your decision.

For more Information visit :

Oak Doors N Floors offer a wide rage of oak products such as oak doors and oak flooring. We have an extensive range of oak internal door and external oak doors, not forgetting our wide range of oak floors. For more Information visit :

Address :
Watling Street, Leicestershire

Call us at :
0800 048 2711

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