Parquet and Engineered Wood Flooring in London
Hardwood flooring installation is a specialised service delivered through precise steps. We aim for perfection with highly-skilled British Wood Flooring Association-qualified craftsmen whose job it is to ensure precision and accuracy in every step of the process. We have more than 15 years’ experience in the flooring industry and can accommodate any project from private to commercial scale. Call us for a free estimate.
3 Oak is an engineered wood-flooring specialist supplying solid and engineered hardwood flooring and floorboards with our unique 3 Oak construction. 3 Oak controls every step of the floor manufacturing, from collecting the logs to providing bespoke surface treatment. We deliver highly-competitive prices for the highest standards, selecting well-known brands for floor treatments and bespoke finishes. Visit our showroom, where free parking is available, to see our exclusive wood floor selection.
Wood flooring and sanding renovation is a delicate process involving specialised tools that requires experienced professionals. 3 Oak provides both, using modern sanding equipment for dust-free wood floor sanding. We also provide a wide range of stains, oils and waxes that give your wood floors a new look and style. We guarantee customer satisfaction and ensure a fast, smooth service. Call us today for advice.
Hand Finished and Bespoke Oak Flooring
Whatever statement you want to make with your home, 3 Oak can help you achieve it – from design, supply and installation of beautiful bespoke staircases for new-build houses or flats, to the complete transformation of staircases. Our skilled team of designers, renovators and craftsmen are constantly working on new projects – and yours could be the next.
Parquet floors were popular in Edwardian and Victorian England and are enjoying a resurgence. Your parquet floor can be solid or engineered, with the choice of pre-finished or sanded blocks finished on-site.
Engineered flooring is the best product on the market. Unlike solid wood, it has a multi-layer construction of boards that makes it more rigid and stable, and less likely to warp or bow. This means it will resist fluctuations in heat and humidity – factors often found in kitchens.