Natural

FRNatural

Burnt Umber

FRBurntUmber

Nuage

FRNuage

Slate Grey

FRSlateGrey

Smouldered

FRSmouldered

Urban

FRUrban

Vintage

FRVintage

White Wash

FRWhiteWash

COLOURS / TYPES

Natural
FRNatural
Burnt Umber
FRBurntUmber
Nuage
FRNuage
Slate Grey
FRSlateGrey
Smouldered
FRSmouldered
Urban
FRUrban
Vintage
FRVintage
White Wash
FRWhiteWash
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Elegant French Oak Flooring

Capturing all the characteristics of France, this luxurious and contemporary French Oak engineered collection, has been carefully chosen to complement any space, be it your home, commercial or retail. Elegant Oak collection is inspired by the beautiful, old-world features of French décor.

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Inspired by the beautiful, old-world features of French décor.

Capturing all the characteristics of France, this luxurious and contemporary French Oak engineered collection, has been carefully chosen to complement any space, be it your home, commercial or retail. Elegant Oak collection is inspired by the beautiful, old-world features of French décor. The durability, strength and high quality engineered timber floor replicates all the same elements of solid timber flooring.

 

The distinctive knots, grains and texture under foot provides a look and feel that showcases a true appearance. Elegant Oak Flooring uses a resilient 7 coat Treffert UV lacquer system that ensures it is stain, scuff, scratch and slip resistant.

Elegant Oak is backed by a 25 Year Construction Warranty.Elegant Oak is a traditional tongue and groove engineered Oak floor. The flooring is manufactured using a genuine French Oak lamella sourced from forests in France.

 

Elegant Oak combines a rustic, intense wire brush textured finish with a chic stain to add a touch of flair to any room without over powering it. The 189mm wide boards have a slight bevel on each edge designed to create depth, adding to the wooden floor charm.

Product Classification
Product Name Urban, White Wash, Nuage, Vintage, Slate Grey, Smouldered, Burnt Umber, Natural
Product Type Engineered French Oak Plank
Product Code FRUrban; FRWhite Wash; FRNuage; FRVintage; FRSlate Grey; FRSmouldered; FRBurnt Umber; FRNatural
Construction Cross Directional Plantation Grade Eucalyptus Ply
Wood Grade Cottage
Dimensions 189mm x 1830mm x 15/4mm
Wear Layer 4mm (3-4 resands)
Finish UV Cured, 7 Layers of German Treffert (anti-scratch technology); ULTRA Low Matt 4%-6%
Profile Tongue & Groove; Micro Beveled Edges
Installation
Suitable applications Residential and Commercial
Suitable Uses Floors and Walls
Substrates Concrete, ply, particle board, existing timber
Installation Method Floating; Glue down
Underfloor Heating Hydronic (other types, please enquire)
Wet Areas NO
Sustainability
Renewable 100% Recyclable – Global Green Tag
Warranty
Surface 15 Years Limited
Structural 25 Years Limited
New Zealand Standards
Radiant Flux Rating – FIRE Rating Critical Radiant Flux 3.0KW/m²
Slip Resistance – AS/NZS 4586 – Wet Test Wet Test Classification, Pendulum Mean 39, BPN – Moderate risk
AS/NZS 4586 – Dry Test Dry Test Classification – Moderate to Very Low risk

*certification available on request

As Oak is a natural product you may experience the following:

Colour and Grain Variation

Oak being a natural product and will vary in colour and grain pattern from plank to plank. Please note that this product will differ to what is represented in a display panel or sample. This variation is part of the natural look and should not be considered a fault.

Batch Variation

Variation in colour between batches can be expected – we recommend requesting a current batch sample if this is of concern to you. Please note: There will be colour variation between boards which cannot be represented from a small sample.

Fading/Darkening over Time

Oak being a natural wood will react to sunlight, resulting in fading or darkening over time. A natural non-stained Oak turns more golden from sunlight exposure. This is a naturally occuring process within the Oak itself and is not considered a product fault. In general, lighter colours tend to darken while darker
colours are more likely to fade.