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A Guide On Floor Finishes

After making the decision of installing a unfinished oak floor, you then need to choose your finish. There’s a few things to think about. Do you like a shiny finish? Or maybe matt? Also, you wil...

Fiddes Hard Wax Oil

Fiddes Hard Wax Oil is a blend of natural oils & waxes offering exceptional durability & resistance for internal natural wood flooring, kitchen worktops and areas subjected to a high degree of...

A Guide On Oak Thresholds

Thresholds are the finishing touches to turn your ‘great job’ into an ‘amazing job’ and here’s why: It’s important to choose the right threshold. This is one of the...

New Herringbone!

We have 3 new beautiful types of herringbone! Cathedral, Natural Oiled and Wessex. With herringbone making such a comeback recently, we felt we needed to give our customers a premium collection to cho...

Herringbone Is Back In Style!

It’s one of those things you either love or hate… We have people ripping it up to replace with planks, and we have people wanting a brand-new Herringbone floor! Here at Oak Warehouse, we a...

Grand Designs Live 2017

What have we been up to? Last week, Oak Warehouse exhibited at Grand Designs Live presented by Kevin McCloud! We have exhibited at this fantastic show a number of times before and every year seems to ...

Is Oak Suitable For Kitchens & Bathrooms?

Simple answer….. Yes! We have specific products we can recommend for those rooms. In kitchens, you can use regular oil/lacquer, but you must be very careful not to get a lot of water on the floo...

How We Grade Our Oak!

Character Grade The Character Grade Oak is our most popular floorboard. A mix crown and quarter sawn floorboards, with some larger knots. This grade is most suited to older, traditional properties and...

Which Flooring Is Best?

We have a range of flooring thickness, as well as widths. Many people think the thinner the board, the lower the quality – this is however is not the case! Please find below the options we offer...

Can Oak Be Used In A Commercial Setting?

Of course! Here’s why: Although oak flooring may be popular with home-owners, it is also extremely suitable for commercial properties. In fact, it is now specified by many businesses due to its ...