Oak Flooring

Oak Flooring Trends in The Interior Design Scene

Oak Flooring Melbourne welcomes customers to explore the highest quality oak flooring solutions in the Melbourne area. With a dedicated team of experienced professionals, the company has been offering quality craftsmanship and service since 1995. The wide range of oak flooring options caters to any budget or space, including traditional wood-looks to modern, contemporary designs, for commercial and residential properties. 

Look for oak flooring Melbourne for your needs. The company offers consultation services, installation services, and ongoing maintenance advice for the best possible customer experience. Oak is one of the most popular choices for flooring options, due to its durability and beauty. Its strength makes it an ideal option for high-traffic areas as well as homes with pets or children. Oak is resistant to scratching and denting, ensuring that floors will look beautiful for many years to come. Oak flooring also has natural insulating properties, meaning that when installed correctly by professionals, floors can help keep homes warm during the winter months while keeping cool air inside during the summer months, thereby reducing energy costs throughout the year.

Oak Flooring

Oak flooring comes in various types, and in Melbourne, customers can find solid and engineered oak flooring to suit any home or office. Solid oak flooring is made from 100 percent solid wood planks that have been cut into desired sizes and shapes. The planks are usually pre-finished with a protective sealant, allowing for easy installation and low maintenance upkeep. Solid oak floors offer exceptional durability as well as an attractive look that can add warmth and character to any space. Engineered oak flooring, on the other hand, is composed of multiple layers that consist of both hardwood veneer atop a base layer made from other materials such as plywood or high-density fiberboard (HDF). Engineered floors tend to be more stable than solid wood and are less prone to warping when exposed to moisture or humidity changes, making them an ideal choice for kitchens or bathrooms. Engineered floors also tend to be easier on the budget compared to solid wood options while still providing the same beautiful look.

The installation process for oak flooring in Melbourne begins by preparing the subfloor for installation. The subfloor should be free of debris, level, dry, and clean before any materials are installed on top of it. This includes checking that there are no nails sticking up from previous floors as well as ensuring there are no gaps between boards or panels if using plywood or other material as a subfloor. Once the subfloor has been prepared correctly, the oak planks or tiles can be laid down. Carefully measuring out where each plank needs to be placed ensures a perfect fit without leaving gaps between them when secured down with adhesive tape or glue-down strips. If installing tiles, spacers should be used between each tile to ensure they lay evenly when secured.

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To ensure long-lasting oak floors, customers need to clean them regularly by sweeping or vacuuming to remove dirt and debris that can scratch the surface over time. It is important to choose a vacuum with a hard floor setting or use one of the special attachments designed for wood floors when vacuuming. Floors should also be mopped occasionally using an appropriate cleaner made for hardwood floors – never use soap-based cleaners as these will dull the finish over time. Direct sunlight can cause oak floors to fade over time, so it is important to keep them out of direct sunlight as much as possible, especially during peak hours of the day where UV rays are strongest.

Oak Flooring Melbourne offers customers the best quality oak flooring solutions with experienced professionals providing quality craftsmanship and service. Oak flooring is durable, beautiful, and has natural insulating properties that reduce energy costs. There are different types of oak flooring available in Melbourne, including solid and engineered oak flooring, catering to any budget or space. The installation process involves preparing the subfloor, measuring out the planks or tiles, and securing them down with adhesive tape or glue-down strips