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Ash flooring

75/100/125mm mixed widths | T&G

Ash flooring. 75 / 100 / 125mm

Ideal for: Areas with little natural light.
Not ideal for: Muddy shoes and pets.

Ash is once again becoming popular and with justification. It satisfies the current trend for paler woods and is visually interesting with a varied and flowery grain pattern. The ash trees in England tend to grow with a barrel of dark olive colour in the middle which, when converted into flooring, creates an interesting contrast with the blond wood.

Our ash flooring is ideal for bedrooms and for areas where a light Scandinavian feel is desired and it is also particularly suitable for staining.

The boards are supplied unfinished and will require sanding and sealing before use.

A degree of movement should be expected after fitting and throughout the year as the ambient temperature and humidity vary.

Technical Specification

Provenance Legal and well managed forests in England
Face widths Thickness Profile Length
75 / 100 / 125mm 20mm T&G 0.9 – 3.0mt
Profiles T&G
Available in one mixed width specification
Moisture content 10 – 12 %
Surface finish Supplied Planed without surface treatment
Shrinkage 0 – 2%. Dependent on ambient humidity
Weight 710 Kg / m3 when air dried
Modulus of elasticity E = 12,250 N/mm2
Resistance to impact High / Medium. Tougher than oak
Fixing options
Face widths Secret
Glue Cut nails Srews Floating
75 / 100 / 125mm Accept-icon Accept-icon Delete-icon  Delete-icon  Delete-icon 
Subfloor options
Face widths Plywood /
75 / 100 / 125mm Accept-icon Accept-icon Accept-icon Delete-icon 

We do not recommend that our solid hardwood flooring is laid over underfloor heating

Further information Trada Technology.
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