Solid Wood Flooring

What is Solid Wood?

Solid wood flooring is made of planks milled from a single piece of timber. Solid hardwood floors were originally used for structural purposes, being installed perpendicular to the wooden support beams of a building known as joists or bearers.

With the increased use of concrete as a subfloor in some parts of the world, engineered wood flooring has gained some popularity. However, solid wood floors are still common and popular. Solid wood floors have a thicker wear surface and can be sanded and finished more times than an engineered wood floor.

Mna is Accredited to Supply and Install Finfloor Flooring

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Woodline Engineered Wood Flooring

This stylish statement solid wood flooring will be the pride of your living space.

Supplied By : FinFloor

Woodline Engineered Range

  • The trees used in the production of the floor are grown with the specific aim of harvesting wood, which does not impact negatively on the environment..
  • This product is made from the Havea Brasiliensis, the Rubber tree, a tropical hardwood grown specifically for the production of natural latex rubber.
  • The floor is finished with a top layer of precious wood, which we take great care in sourcing, meaning that you can still get the genuine wood experience, without harming natural forests.

Colour Trends :European Oak Rustic, European Oak Classic 1, Chevron Oak, Smoked Oak

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Oak Wood Flooring

Fits together with a Licensed drop down valinge glue-less joining system.

Supplied By : FinFloor

Oak Wood Floor Range

  • The 2mm veneer uses less of the precious species and therefore does not impact negatively on the environment. You can can now get the genuine wood experience, without harming natural forests
  • FinOak oak wood flooring comes unfinished with a 2mm wire brushed European Oak Rustic top face, on-top of a 7mm HDF core and a 1mm pine backer for greater dimensional stability.
  • The floor is finished with a top layer of precious wood, which we take great care in sourcing, meaning that you can still get the genuine wood experience, without harming natural forests.

Colour Trends :Bone, Corn Silk, Cherry, Dark Grey, Grey

Tips and Techniques

How do I clean?

1. Soak up accidental spills and don’t let stagnant pools of fluid stay for too long.
2. Clean the floors with a damp cloth and don’t use excess amounts of water.
3. Avoid dragging furniture across the floor.
4. Use a vacuum cleaner to pull out the dust between the joints.
5. Trim your indoor pets’ nails.
6. Detergents that contain ammonia may damage or stain the wood.
7. Avoid brooms with hard bristles.

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