Our COUNTRYPLANK Engineered RAW timber flooring is available in Blackbutt & Spotted Gum . We know the lifetime structural warranty, surface & finishing options available will give you peace of mind & a floor your family & your feet will love to live on!

We use our bead glue system locally to ensure as solid & quiet an installation as possible which provides stability throughout all the seasons & for all environments, however it is not warranted for use over underfloor heating. The floor is then custom finished to internal floorcovering joins & external doorways to complete the high quality look & feel of this product. Cabinetry can be fitted after installation if required, however skirting boards still need to be fitted after for the best finish.

Then we lightly sand the flooring & apply a coating of your choice from Loba in a 2pack water-based polyurethane finish available as Invisible Protect for the most natural, matt finish, Extra Matt, Matt/Satin & Semi-Gloss. Europol Universal sealer is also available to use as the 1st coat to enhance the natural colour of the timber. Loba Pro-colour stains can also create a custom colour for your project.

Plank size 1820x134x14mm
4mm solid face layer

1.463m² = 6 planks per pack
Unliclic 4 sides
Raw timber
Smooth surface & square edge
Not suitable over floor heating
Plantation Havea core
Plantation Nordic Spruce backing

I N S T A L L A T I O N   O P T I O N S
Bead glue & prime
Loba Wakol Footfall Soundproof Mat
Trowel glue & prime
Sand & apply coating of choice after installation

Custom finishing

This flooring can be maintained in the future (assess in around 5 years time) with Loba water-based Polyurethane to prevent the coating from wearing through to raw timber. Engineered timber flooring is far more stable than solid timber, which means you do not have to sand the floor back to raw timber to achieve a smooth surface again, therefore, you will only need to sand it back to raw timber if the coating has worn through after many years of no maintenance coats or severe damage has occurred in the timber.