BOG oak comes from oak trees naturally growing near or in bogs. BOG oak is often removed from fields etc. and placed in clearance cairns. It is a rare form of timber that is comparable to some of the world's most expensive tropical hardwoods.
Sure, finishing techniques enable us to imitate the shades of BOG oak, but nothing beats the real thing warm, nice shades throughout the thickness of the timber.
DEEP DOWN collection: prefinished core smoked oak engineered flooring. The flooring is core smoked, which means the warm, deep brown oak colour is preserved through-and-through. The top layer will last even after repeated sanding. As a final finish, 2 coats of hardwax oil are applied for optimal protection. These hard wax oils are solvent-free. Our floors require regular maintenance; frequency strongly depends on type of use.
Exclusive Wood Species
Douglas multiplanks: the timber of the Douglas which originates from North-America is sold in Europe under the name of Oregon pine. Timber of Douglas that is grown in Europe is sold under the name of ‘Douglas’.
Elm multiplanks - we supply both European Wyche elm (Ulmus glabra) and also Dutch elm (Ulmus x hollandica). Please note that elm, and Dutch elm in particular, can sometimes strongly differ in look, colour and texture, depending on the origin.
Our two-layer engineered floorboards have a single-strip top layer with a thickness up to 6.5 mm, are up to 300 mm wide (other widths on request only) and up to 4 meters long. The top layers are glued & pressed on top of first quality cross-layer water resistant Siberian birch plywood.