If you love the look of fine oak flooring then Prestige Oak Flooring is the natural choice. The unrivalled beauty and character of the finest French Oak is a revolution in conventional design, producing superior stability and durability. Prestige Oak Flooring is a true masterpiece in the eyes of architects and designers alike.
Stunning extra wide planks with exceptional decorator colours will compliment any interior, and displays stunning beauty in natural characteristics and colour variations.
Prestige Oak Flooring is finished in 7 layers of scratch resistant UV-cured wear resistant Premium German Klumpp Polyurethane coating. It has a 6mm top wear layer on a multiple timber ply substrate in which the grains are designed to run perpendicular to each other, making it near impossible to swell or shrink, providing ultimate stability.
Prestige Oak Flooring has a limited lifetime structural warranty, and will bring a lifetime of enjoyment.
* All our prices are fully installed prices, including free underlay and free Scotia. Can also be supplied as direct stick.
*Conditions apply. Contact us for details.
- When applying cleaning or care products to your floor, please take care to avoid standing water. This will damage your wood flooring (swelling) and will void warranties.
- To avoid scratches, apply felt pads to your furniture legs and use only soft rubber casters. Protect high traffic areas with runners and area rugs.
- It’s a good idea to save a few boards in case of damage. Boards can be replaced or repaired by a flooring professional.
Routinely / Weekly Cleaning
After dry cleaning, clean your floor with a vinegar solution (1:20) one-part vinegar to twenty parts water and a cotton cloth, allow to dry and you are done.
1.Never steam clean the timber floor.
2.Never wax, lacquer, and polish.
3.When moving heavy things, lift it don’t drag it. Add glides or floor protectors to the feet and corners of heavy furniture.
4.Try to avoid stepping on within 24 hours after installing. Heavy objects should not be moved in until 48 hours after installation.
5.When leaving the room, shut the doors and windows properly to prevent rainfall from wetting the flooring. If water is splashed on the floor, wipe it off in a timely manner.
6.Special dirty spots should be cleaned up with tender neutralized detergent plus warm water. Do not use metal wire balls or acid and strong base alkali materials to help clean the flooring.
7.It is recommended to leave a shoe mat by the door, to reduce sand particles abrading the flooring.
8.Do not use sand paper to scratch the flooring. Do not paint the flooring.
9.Buffer mats should be placed where tables and chair get touched with the flooring, to reduce the degree of abrading the flooring.
10.When cleaning the flooring. Try to use dust-collector or dried mops. Avoid washing with water.
- Timber floors should be regularly swept, or dust mopped to pick up dirt.
12.How to get rid of dirty spots on the flooring: In case there are spots of pitch, rubber, oil, shoe cream or chocolate etc., alcohol is applicable for cleaning. Spots of wax or gums can be scraped away carefully after putting a cake of ice packed in plastic sheet on the dirt.
13.When damp mopping the floor, finish by thoroughly wiping the floor with a clean, dry cloth.
14.Ensure the vacuum does not have a beater bar engaged when used on the laminate flooring.
15.When cleaning timber floors, never use harsh or abrasive cleaner, scouring powder, steel wool or soap based detergents.
Warranty of Timber Flooring
1.We guarantee you (the original purchaser) that for the period of warranty indicated on the packaging, the floor will not wear through the décor surface under normal household use when maintained in accordance with our recommended maintenance guidelines. Mere reduction in gloss is not “wear through”.
2.We guarantee you (the original purchaser) that for the period of warranty indicated on the packaging, the floor will not fade from sunlight or artificial light, under normal household use when maintained in accordance with our recommended maintenance guidelines.
3.We guarantee you (the original purchaser) that for the period of warranty indicated on the packaging, the floor will not stain under normal household use when maintained in accordance with our recommended maintenance guidelines.
4.We guarantee you (the original purchaser) that for the period of warranty indicated on the packaging, the floor will resist topical water damage, meaning that the planks will not swell, delaminate or peak at the seams due to topical spills, provided that liquid is quickly cleaned and the floor is allowed to dry.
5.We guarantee you (the original purchaser) that for the period of warranty indicated on the packaging, the floor, in its original manufactured condition; will be free from manufacturing defects.
6.We guarantee you (the original purchaser) that for the period of warranty indicated on the packaging from the date of original purchase, and in a residential indoor setting, your floor will not stain, fade from sunlight or artificial light, will not show wear and will be free from manufacturing defects, when installed and maintained in accordance with our recommended installation and maintenance guidelines. Mere reduction in gloss is not “wear through”.
7.We guarantee our regular (first quality) floors to be free from manufacturing defects. This guarantee is pro-rata based on the amount of the time the floor has been installed. The laminate flooring panels must be properly installed in accordance with laminate flooring installation instructions, and must be used only for indoor areas according to their utility rating. This warranty extends only to the original end user.
What is not covered?
1.Chipping (sharp objects) warping (excessive moisture) or bridging (insufficient expansion spacing).
2.Negligence, improper care and maintenance.
3.Insufficient protection, such as exposure to extreme heat, temperatures, burns, fire, insects or chemical damage.
4.Improper alterations to the original materials.
5.Severe accidents, misuse, or abuse, and natural disaster.
6.Unusual wear and tear such as the result of sand, spike shoes, scratches and other abrasive materials.
7.Improper workmanship, or installations such installing in wet areas such as bathrooms, steam rooms or any rooms exposed to excessive moisture.
8.Any noise or sound issues related to the floor such as squeaking or hollow sound.
9.Water issues, such as damage from standing water, urine or other corrosive liquids, excessive subsurface penetration or moisture emissions from concrete. Water trapped beneath the floor between subfloor or underlayment. Flooding caused by appliance fault such as but not limited to dishwasher, ice makers, refrigerators, sinks, pipes, hydrostatic pressure, natural disasters or Acts of God.
10.Moldings and/or Accessories are not covered by our warranty.
11.Damage caused by vacuum beater bars and hard or metal caster wheels, we suggest utilizing the wand attachment on your vacuum. We also suggest utilizing the soft wheels that are wide enough to support the load when using rolling casters.