A brief introduction of this flooring is: Kahrs Falsterbo Ash Engineered Wood Flooring, Lacquered, 200x3.5x15 mm has 2-strip, is in prime grade and is part of the sand collection.
Choosing an engineered flooring with bevelled edges means that in the end after installation your floor will have the look like a natural floor finished on site.
As a globally recognised and searched brand Kahrs has won a leading place in the flooring business. Every installer who has ever dealt with its floors would tell you that once bought a product from this brand would give you nothing but a great experience.
A unique character can be given on your flooring when you opt for a multi-strip surface layer of each board. Long and short strip variations are also possible.
By going for a board with a silk matt finish you get no unnatural shine added and with a coat so thin you still get to touch the true grain and texture of the wood.
Wood reacts to change in the atmosphere, it contracts when it's dry and blows when it's humid. What engineered wood is doing to counteract that process is creating stability with its multi-layer construction.
Flooring produced from an ash tree would a medium degree of colour change where the orange tones would become more amber. Beech is not suitable for underfloor heating systems.
There are three existing joint systems offered by Kahrs - Woodloc®, Woodloc® 5S and Tongue & Groove. Each presenting different possibilities for your flooring.