Historically oak flooring has been used throughout the ages, but due to shortages and cost, was replaced by imported pine from British Columbia and the Baltic from the early 1800′s onwards.
It has still remained in use, but English Oak has always been a more expensive option . Oak has now made a big comeback in the last 10 years due to imports from Europe which has greatly brought the price down.
Oak flooring is made up of prime, character, and rustic boards. These different qualities enable the board to be used in either traditional or contemporary settings and will add beauty and value to your home.
170mm or 210mm – unfinished boards in traditional long lengths. Tongue and grooved on 4 sides.
Beautiful Natural Oak Flooring From White Hall.