Good Bros have been supplying quality solid oak flooring for many years. We have experienced staff who can advise you on the best method of laying solid oak floors, and recommended widths. We have examples of all of our ranges and finishes on display in our showrooms.
We hold large stocks of our traditional oak flooring. Available in 4 different widths, our solid oak flooring is all 20mm thick with tongue and groove, and is end matched t...
For those situations where solid oak flooring is not suitable, we are able to supply engineered oak. We make sure that the product we supply is comparable in quality to our...
We are able to machine wide plank flooring ourselves to order. Maximum width 250mm, with or without tongue and groove. Please contact us for availability.
Our most popular grade is character grade flooring. You can expect knots up to 3cm, with a varied grain and colour variation. This will suit either a contemporary or more traditional room. When laid and finished the floor has a light colour giving an airy feel to any room.
Rustic has larger knotting, up to 5cm and will show more knots and variation of grain and colour. Rustic oak flooring will give a more traditional darker feel.
All of our oak flooring is supplied unfinished as standard, it will need sanding after laying, then your chosen product can be applied.
We recommend Osmo Polyx Oil for a lighter natural finish. It is a natural oil/wax based product, it is microporous, water repellent and durable, and is safe for children and animals.
It is available in either 750ml or 2.5 litre tins. It should be applied sparingly, and allowed to dry thoroughly between coats.
If you prefer a varnish, we would recommend Liberon High Resistance Floor varnish. This will give a deeper colour and a more satin finish. This is available in 2.5 litre tins.
All of our flooring is kiln dried to a moisture content of between 8 – 12 %. It is stored in a humidified warehouse to maintain these levels, but we recommend that the flooring is kept in the property for at least 2 weeks prior to laying, to enable it to acclimatise to local conditions.
Any wet work, i.e. plastering, must be completed and thoroughly dried before introducing the flooring in to your property. Also, any concrete surface that the floor will be fitted over must also be allowed to dry thoroughly, prior to fitting. If not the floor will try and absorb the moisture in the concrete and will subsequently swell.
Our oak flooring is quick and easy to lay on battens or joists. Narrower boards can be glued on to a sound, dry concrete surface, using an appropriate adhesive.
For more information on installing floor boards see our FAQ.