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Oak

Oak

For a timeless, luxurious, and authentic look that improves with age, you can’t beat European Oak engineered timber hardwood flooring. The Carpet Court flooring range includes hard, clean, and smooth Oak flooring solutions that are perfect for Australian conditions.

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Is oak a good wood for flooring

Australian and European Oak flooring is among the most popular and best value available. While Oak is extremely popular, you may prefer Blackbutt, Ash, Spotted Gum, Merbau or another stunning Australian natural hardwood, all available in gorgeous natural timber colours and tones.

What is the cost of oak timber floors?

Engineered oak timber flooring is a cost-effective Carpet Court product worth considering for your home. It is the environmentally sustainable alternative to traditional timber floorboards, as it uses only one third as much hardwood timber. These floors last a lifetime and add value to your home. Contact Carpet Court for a free measure and quote, and get your new home or renovation project underway for the best available price.

Quality solid flooring for your home or office

Natural oak engineered flooring is great for high-traffic areas such as hallways, kitchens, and lounges. No other flooring provides the same strength, durability, and warmth as solid timber. Carpet Court oak timber flooring is available in a range of colours, and is hard, clean, and smooth - you can’t go wrong with real timber Australian or European oak hardwood flooring for your home or office.

Key features and attributes of oak timber flooring

There are lots of reasons to choose highest quality engineered oak timber flooring. Australian hardwood is among the best in the world, delivering showroom quality décor solutions. Here are six reasons customers choose oak timber flooring products.

1. Durability - A professionally installed engineered hardwood floor can last generations. The colour and character won’t fade and properly maintained planks won’t buckle or splinter. Once laid, Oak is very stable, with good impact resistance in heavy foot traffic areas.

2. Hygienic - Natural hardwood ensures genuine health advantages. Natural timber repels asthma and allergy-triggering parasites while also absorbing carbon. Maintain a healthy air balance in busy areas with natural oak flooring.

3. Appearance - nature oak hardwood simply looks great. Oak planks feature swirls, shades and grain characteristics that will make your home unique. Timber flooring allows you to be creative with interior design.

4. Value-added - Home-owners agree that engineered hardwood floors are worth the investment. Over time, the ease of maintenance of hardwood floors will reduce cleaning and repair costs.

5. Acoustic performance - Acoustic or thermal underlay is ideal for engineered wood flooring. Natural hardwood also acts as a solid seal that blocks out surrounding noise from nearby traffic or noisy neighbours.

6. Style options - Engineered oak timber floorboards can be supplied in pre-finished wide planks of unique size, shade, or wood type. Style your way with Carpet Court.

Different types of oak flooring available

Australian and European Oak timber flooring is extremely popular. This high quality product is available in a wide colour and tone range from grey oak (smoked oak) to natural brown and reddish hues. The extensive Carpet Court collection has something for everyone’s taste. Here are just a few oak characteristics and flooring product ideas.

Smoked Oak

Fumed, or smoked oak wood flooring has been treated to change its colour.  Fuming or smoking involves placing the oak into an enclosed environment and introducing ammonia into the atmosphere. The intensity of colour and tone will depend upon the time the wood stays in contact with the ammonia fumes.

French Oak 

French oak is hard, heavy, and strong, capturing the eye with striking texture and ‘cathedral’ type grain. French Oak is characterised by light brown to dark brown tones, or yellowish amber shade. These natural wood oak floorboards provide warm and comfy interior appeal.

Gum Veins

Gum veins and gum pockets are common in many varieties of eucalypt hardwoods. The gum is a natural feature formed as a protective response to injury such as fire or insect attack. Gum veins in engineered timber floorboards add character, charm, and a focal point.

Trending styles of flooring

As Australia’s number one flooring retailer, Carpet Court naturally offers both traditional and trending styles of flooring products. Our customers in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and all other Australian cities and regional centres appreciate the full range of flooring options designed for classic and contemporary homes.

Our oak flooring collection is available in timber, laminate, hybrid, and vinyl products to suit every price bracket, including:

  • Engrained - timber
  • Exquisit - laminate
  • Herringbone - laminate
  • Kenect - hybrid
  • Florence Rigid - hybrid
  • Retreat Oaks - hybrid
  • Ultra Pet Pinnacle - hybrid
  • Southern Lights - vinyl

Using oak timber flooring in your next project

Timeless, warm, and authentic oak wooden flooring never goes out of style. There are more available options than ever before, including chevron parquetry and herringbone patterns. Engineered oak timber flooring comes in a huge range of shades, finishes and species to match whatever style you are looking for.

Speak to a Carpet Court flooring professional about highest quality oak timber flooring for the best available price.

Commercial flooring options

Timber flooring will transform any commercial premises into a high-class establishment. From professional offices to hospitality venues, engineered timber is in demand. If budget is a consideration, it’s worth exploring other Carpet Court flooring options also, such as laminate flooring, hybrid flooring and commercial vinyl flooring.

These amazing products emulate the texture and warmth of real timber in eye-catching natural woodgrain finishes, making them perfect for residential, business, and commercial settings. We are proud of our product quality that allows us to offer a long warranty so you can shop with confidence. Contact Carpet Court online, over the phone, or in-store for advice and inspiration about:

  • Flooring for offices and commercial establishments
  • Insulated flooring for quiet environments
  • Special flooring designs such as chevron or herringbone
  • Easy-clean flooring solutions for busy businesses
  • Straight grain even texture or patterned flooring
  • Oak timber flooring prices

Modern engineered flooring prices are comparable to solid timber flooring of equivalent thickness. The overall thickness and wear layer impacts the price of engineered flooring. The thicker the product and wear layer, the more expensive the flooring will be.

Carpet Court offers a wide flooring product range with options to suit almost any budget. Your chosen species also affects the price. Oak is an affordable hardwood option for Australian home owners.

Installation of your new floors

Tongue and groove wood flooring installation can be performed by a DIY expert, although professional installation is generally recommended. The flooring installation experts will ensure your engineered timber flooring fits perfectly with doors, skirting, architraves, and other features of your room.

You will need to consider the type of subfloor you have, as this can impact the possibility of installing insulation or underfloor heating. Plywood and chipboard subfloors are ideal for fitting tongue & groove hardwood floors over. The Carpet Court experts can come to your place for a free measure and quote to put you in the picture so there are no nasty financial surprises.

Pet Friendly flooring options

Natural oak hardwood floors are organic and lot more hygienic than other flooring materials, making them pet-friendly. The smooth surface won’t collect dust, bacteria, or odours, and is hard enough to resist wear and tear associated with active animals.

The non-toxic and sanitising properties make hardwood floors ideal for families with young children and pets who are sure to spend a great deal of time playing on the floor. Your Carpet Court flooring specialist can advise you about the best hardwoods available, such as oak, spotted gum, blackbutt, and many more first-class floorboard products.

Maintaining and cleaning your new floors

Cleaning hardwood floors is easy simply by using a soft broom, damp mop and dry cloth. The hardwood timber flooring top layer repels moisture absorption and resists warping or bowing. Make sure to mop up asap after a spill, and use recommended floor cleaner to restore shine and maintain floorboards in as-new condition.

Scratches can be restored by using a specialist wax product, and individual replacement pieces can be conveniently fitted to replace damaged floorboards. The large range available at Carpet Court includes floating timber flooring, hybrid flooring, vinyl planks and commercial vinyl flooring. Explore the ideal flooring option for your home or business today!

FAQ’s:

Is oak a good wood for flooring

Australian and European Oak flooring is among the most popular and best value available. While Oak is extremely popular, you may prefer Blackbutt, Ash, Spotted Gum, Merbau or another stunning Australian natural hardwood, all available in gorgeous natural timber colours and tones.

What is the cost of oak timber floors?

Engineered oak timber flooring is a cost-effective Carpet Court product worth considering for your home. It is the environmentally sustainable alternative to traditional timber floorboards, as it uses only one third as much hardwood timber. These floors last a lifetime and add value to your home. Contact Carpet Court for a free measure and quote, and get your new home or renovation project underway for the best available price.