Tessuto’s denim-like colour, is completely unique and would work incredibly well in contemporary homes. With the added seasoned and cross sawn finish, this oak floor has the charm and appeal of an aged of oak whilst retaining its contemporary look.
From £102.00 + VAT /m²
- Additional Information
- Technical Information
- Specification Sheet
- Oak Fitting Guidelines
- Finishing Touches
- Maintain your Floor
Our Tessuto Engineered Oak Flooring is supplied in a natural grade and has a seasoned and cross-sawn finish.
Natural grade has healthy knots up to 60mm, open but filled knots up to 40mm, end cracks allowed up to 250mm, sapwood up to 1/3 of width.
Herringbone standard block sizes available; 70x490mm, 100x500mm, 100x600mm, 120x730mm
Bespoke sizes available on request.
A seasoned finish gives the engineered oak floor a subtle aged appearance.
A cross-sawn finish finish has saw marks across the face of the floorboard perpendicular to the length.
As a guide, for our made-to-order floors please allow 5-6 weeks lead time. If you require a product on a shorter turnaround, please enquire for alternative options. Large orders will have a longer lead time, please enquire for details.
We recommend when ordering to include 5-10% for wastage & cuts.
|Suitable for use with underfloor heating|
|Kiln dried to a moisture content 8-12%|
|Solid oak top layer thickness||4mm|
|End-matched timber (tongue & groove on 4 sides)|
|Random lengths up to 2.4m|
|Structural grade – install directly onto joists ≤ 400mm centres|
|Installation by secret nail onto suitable timber subfloor|
|Installation by gluing directly onto subfloor|
|Installation as a floating floor - room area ≤ 30m², room width ≤ 4.5m|
Click here to download the specification sheet for this product.
Oak Fitting Guidelines
For information about preparation and installation of our oak flooring, see our Oak Fitting Guidelines.
We supply an extensive range of standard and customised finishing touches for your floor, including stair treads, nosings and floor protection. For information, see Finishing Touches.
Maintain your Floor
For information on how to care for your floor, see Maintain your Floor.