Our Engineered Oak, 233x2380mm, Light Brown Matt Lacquered, Rustic Grade Comes in a thickness of 13 mm with an additional layer of 2.5 mm for extra protection. It comes in a fixed length of 2380 mm with a width of 233 mm per plank. The extra layer provides added protection from everyday damages, preventing scratches and blemishes to the surface. It is sold in pack sizes of 3.327 m2.
Highly sought after, engineered wood flooring features 3 layers of wood in a cross-laminate construction, and adds sophistication to your home and value to your property. Available in a variety of colours, styles, and designs, the ESB Flooring selection of engineered wood flooring caters to every style preference, from traditional, warm, and elegant, to rustic, modern, and sleek.
Our engineered wood flooring also comes in different sizes, grades, and finishes. Each plank length starts at 2380 mm and varies in width from 233 mm; grades vary from natural wood grades with smaller and less visible knots for a more contemporary aesthetic, to rustic grades with larger, visible knots that showcase more character; and finishes vary from matt lacquer to natural oil. Stable, durable, and attractive, Engineered Wood flooring is an excellent choice and comes in design patterns, such as Herringbone and Chevron.
All offering an easy click down installation system that does not require any adhesive, our Engineered Wood flooring options are crack-resistant, can be installed over underfloor heating, and have lengthy warranties for complete peace of mind.
Engineered wood flooring can be installed in two ways: whole-area gluing or floating installation. Whole-area glued engineered wood flooring is comparably quiet because vibrations and hollow spaces are chiefly excluded. The floating installation of engineered wood flooring is fast and easy even without prior knowledge thanks to the simple Automatic-Click system – that’s why it’s the most popular installation method.
Engineered wood flooring planks must be acclimatized over a period of at least 48 hours at a room temperature of at least 17°C and a relative humidity of 30–65% in the room where they are being installed.
Engineered wood flooring must not be installed in areas where water is likely to lodge on the floor. All existing sub-floors must be level (max. 3 mm over 1 m length), dry, and sufficiently solid.
The natural material wood swells or shrinks depending on climatic conditions. Therefore, installed engineered wood flooring requires a corresponding clearance to all fixed components, i.e. walls, supports, heater pipes, etc. This is called the wall clearance or expansion joint.
Engineered wood flooring is a natural product that enhances its unique character with colour and texture. These natural features are always different. Therefore, it is always necessary that planks from different packages are mixed during installation in order to maintain a balanced appearance.
For complete information on installation requirements for this product, please download the corresponding Installation Guide located on this page.