Engineered chevron flooring installation

Engineered chevron flooring installation

Here at William Beard Flooring we are Engineered chevron flooring installation experts. A cost effective way of achieving a traditional, French design parquet floor with none of the difficulties normally associated with laying individual blocks.

How the blocks are made

The blocks are hand made using a 4mm solid oak wear layer with a lightly brushed surface to expose the grain. A birch multi ply base ensures the ultimate in stability. In addition to this, the blocks are pre-assembled in plank lengths of four chevrons.

This enables the chevron floor to be installed quickly and easily. Even more so the planks can be bonded to the sub-floor with flexible adhesive. Alternatively installed floating over an underlay like an engineered hardwood plank. The boards should be laid broken bond (staggered) for optimum strength and stability.

Pre-finished durable hard wax oil finish for a natural appearance, minimal maintenance and easy care and repair.
Suitable for both residential and commercial installations. For areas where high levels of moisture are expected, a water resistant final oil treatment can be applied during production. Lacquer and painted finishes can also be supplied for building projects.

This is a hand made floor which will feature slight tolerances and minor blemishes regarded as being part of the appeal of this bespoke floor.

  • The chevron flooring is 18.4mm (thickness) x 465mm (length) x 127mm (width) The chevrons are a 60 degree angle.
  • The planks either tongue and groove into each other, or can be fitted with 70mm strips between each row.
  • Suitable for installation over most types of under-floor heating systems subject to adequate provision of temperature sensors.

For further information on our Engineered chevron flooring installation services, don’t hesitate to give us a call on 0800 9174276. A member of our team will be more than happy to answer any questions or queries you may have.

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