Solid Wood Flooring
Sometimes there’s simply no substitute for traditional hardwood flooring. It’s visually stunning, natural and every board is unique.
There are significant advantages to the property owner too, such as your property’s increased market value, hypoallergenic benefits, and the sense of permanence that wood flooring delivers.
Our friendly experts will even deliver samples of wood flooring direct to your home. You’ll be able to see the product in its future natural lighting and match it to your own furniture. Best of all, this Choose At Home service is completely free of charge.
We supply Solid wood flooring from the following suppliers:
- Heartwood Solid Wood Flooring
- Kersaint Cobb
- V4 Wood Flooring
- XYLO Flooring
Take the time to select the perfect solid wood flooring for your home. There are many options to consider, from plank width, length and thickness, to a large array of finishes such as lacquered or hand scraped.
For more information Get a quote online now or call Surefit Carpets in Pontefract on 01977 801362.
Important things to know about Wood flooring installation
If you’re installing solid wood flooring yourself, never glue solid wood planks in the tongue and groove connection when they’re installed floating. Instead, you must attach the planks to the sub-floor by means of gluing, nailing or screwing.
If nailing or screwing the planks, be sure to drill the planks out to avoid the tongue from splitting.
Installing Wood Flooring directly on joists or supports
20mm solid wood flooring can be installed directly on joists or supports, but they must have a fixed distance of 60mm.
Loose supports must have a minimum dimension of 36mm x 68mm and fixed supports 36mm x 48mm.
Use 25 / 65 galvanised nails or galvanised screws.
Remember to leave a clearance to all walls and fixed projections of a minimum of 3mm per metre room width.
Installed on a wooden sub-floor
Always lay builder’s paper before nailing or screwing to a wooden sub-floor. See above for the nail and screw dimensions. Install the plank with clearance to all walls and fixed projections with a minimum 3mm per metre room width.
Installation on a concrete floor
With a concrete sub-floor the Wood Flooring must be glued to the concrete. The sub-floor must be level, dry and void of cement lumps etc.
As a main rule, the relative humidity (RH) of the concrete must be less than 75%. Never use ordinary adhesive.
Follow the manufacturers instructions and remember to allow clearance to all walls and fixed projections of a minimum 3mm per room width.
Installing a floating Wood floor
A floating floor is possible using a specialist underlay. Please contact us to discuss this option on 01977 801362.
Solid wood flooring and underfloor heating
We advise not to install solid wood plank on under-floor heating systems. Contact us if you’d like to discuss this further.
Get a quote online now or call Surefit Carpets in Pontefract on 01977 801362 for great prices on Solid wood flooring