Character Cloudy White

Lovely creamy, light and weathered sustainable engineered oak floor - exactly what you would expect from Cloudy White oak floor, it is all in the name.  This stops the oak 'oranging' off over time

On display in both Monmouth and Cheltenham Showrooms.  Do visit us and see the range of colours on show

These photographs, all houses around the Monmouth area, illustrate how lovely the Cloudy White looks against white painted wood.  Very clean and fresh, but the floor takes it away from being clinical.

Specification:  Character Oak is available in a good range of widths - you can have a regular (all the same widths) or a random (mixed widths) floor.  Available in 140, 180, 220, 260 and 300mm.  All 18/20mm thickness, depending on what we are cutting.  The breakdown is 6mm top-layer of oak on 12mm of Birch plywood and good lengths.  Tongue and grooved all four sides and kiln dried - with a guaranteed moisture content of 9-11% to suit all homes.  Can be glued, fitted onto battens or floated.

Finishing:  If ATC fitting we would deliver with the first coat on, fit the floor and then ideally apply the final coat of clear oil which gives a perfect finish.

Fixed Quotation:  ATC always will provide you with a fixed price wherever possible, so no hidden costs!  What we would need from you is an idea of where the property is, the size of the room/s, details on subfloor, situation with skirtings and we will ask a few other questions,  We always prefer to glue or nail and not float.

ATC offer a full supply, fitting and finishing service - all works carried out by ATC experienced carpenters and all work guaranteed for 10 years.  All the floors are on in display in Cheltenham and Monmouth:  We are happy to give you a private viewing if you cannot make the normal opening hours.

Please note that we offer Cloudy White also in Blocks, Distressed Boards and Distressed Blocks

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