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engineered oak flooring recomendations and advice please

Discussion in 'Floors, Stairs and Lofts' started by bmx, 22 May 2014.

  1. bmx

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    Hi could anyone recomend a good supplier of engineered oak flooring? i am after some about 190mm wide 14mm ish thick. natural, oiled or uv oiled.

    i want it to go on top of a screeded floor with underfloor heating. i think i need to glue it down but not sure what to use and does it need a vapour barrier? if so what to use? should i get click if i am glueing it down? or is it better to get T&G? if i am glueing it down and use T&G do i still need to glue the T&G joint?


    thanks in advance Al :D
     
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    Take a look at V4 wood mate. Cracking gear. Fixed some last week. Just put the photos on my album
     
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    Hi Daylight. Sorry for bringing up old thread but I'm wondering what style this V4 is. I'm looking at a new floor and being drawn to the V4 range. This looks exactly what I'm after.
     
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    Hi jackpot, it's a very good engineered wood.
    Comes in different finishes like hand scraped , distressed, brushed etc. They do wide planks an thin ones.
    If you want me to call in drop in with some samples drop me a email mate
    eclipsefloorong@aol.com

    There is a good wood place in ormskirt called Atkinson an kirby which might be work a trip.
     
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    Cheers Daz. Email sent mate

    Haha just noticed 'floorong'... Will try again!!
     
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    Lol, bloody iPads i blame eclipseflooring@aol.com
     
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