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GoodHome Skara Natural Oak Solid wood flooring, 0.86m² Pack
- Suitable for Bedroom, hallway & living room
- Tongue & groove
- For use on Indoor hard
- Underlay type required: Cork underlay
- Not suitable for underfloor heating
- Lifetime guarantee
Features and benefits
These solid wood planks are made from one block of oak and will be the centerpiece of your home for years to come. The floor gains character as it ages and can be sanded when needed.
- The wood is protected with a varnish coating for improved resistance against stains and scratches
Health and safety
Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.
|Surface finish||Slightly brushed|
|Edge profile||4 sided bevelled edge|
|Resistant to water||Not water resistant|
|CE marked||CE marked|
Sofie1 - 3 months ago
Looks great, very expensive looking and avoids the need to stain & varnish. This is the 3rd herringbone wood floor ive laid (laid 6 laminate floors) be mindful the floor will shrink & expand dependent on the humidity of your home so ensure you leave a sufficient expansion gap, well worth the effort.
Well worth the effort (measure & measure again)
Jonny smarty pants - 5 months ago
There is one thing you need to know about herringbone flooring. It has a left piece and a right Piece, one travelling to the left at 45 degrees and you can guess the other. This means that you would need to know the size and shape of your room and the span of the V shape.
My room varies in width across the length of the room, so, I found where the widest point was and cut the first “Left” piece at a right angle to the end. Doing this reduces the amount of waste I had when I reached the other side of the room. However, you need to know the width of the room because you can start with a “Left” board and end with a “Left” board, meaning that you will have loads of right boards left over.
I did a large room and out of 35 packs had two boxes of waste, which kept me warm for a day in the winter?
On some of the smaller pieces I ended up using a right piece and alternated between left and right to tie them in, I cut the grove off part of the right board using a multi tool which worked well.
It looks fantastic and I’m happy with the end result.
I used the glue from B&Q (Bostic) as I did a search and found they were very similar in price. I used 2 large tubs at £75 each and found the best way was to work in small patches. Use gloves as it sticks to everything including your fingers, and it’s hard to get off.
It takes ages to lay as cutting plays a big part in laying the floor.
I had to cut round an island so had to wait for drying every few feet before I could proceed as hitting the boards in with a mallet moves the flooring making it hard to meet left to right at the bottom of the island, that why I only worked on small areas at a time and allowed for drying.
If you’re working on square or rectangle rooms with no variation in width then you can do larger areas.
This was my first time laying a solid wood floor so did some homework before hand.
Well worth the effort and well worth having a go yourself as I saved boat loads of money.
LOVELY FLOOR BUT...
hayley220 - 8 months ago
Huge amount of wastage - need to order way more than intended. Run out of stock with nobody able to tell me when/if they plan to restock