Moku pre-finished engineered oak floorboards are Real European Oak. Superior strength, density, and rigidity. Installs quickly over any flat, sound subfloor - you can walk on them immediately. The HANA presents a highly popular matte ecru finish - fantastic in modern spaces. The light colours from fawn to grey help to highlight the oak grain variations. You do not need to pay $120+/sqm in reseller showrooms - we are online and do not charge retail margins.
Package - 6 boards per carton (2.166 SQM per carton)
Dimensions - Full boards are 1900mm x 190mm x 15mm
Per SQM - Starts at $88.95 for 120 SQM and up
Select your SQM in the options to see total price.
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Engineered Oak hardwood floor boards are the most sought after timber flooring by architects and discerning home-owners as they are stronger and wider than normal floor boards, are pre-finished for easy installation, and still boast the beauty of real French Oak. Moku™ European Oak floor boards boast long 190cm lengths and wide 19cm widths in a UV protected matte finish. We offer the Moku range in Australia at highly competitive price due to our low cost business model. Now you can afford the most desirable flooring available.
Wide Oak Floorboards are the most desirable flooring
Beautiful surface - Highest grade European oak with natural grains and timber features
High density European oak - Naturally highly durable and strong hard wood providing long life and wear
Wide boards - Architects and discerning home-owners covet wider oak boards that add value to the home
Pre-finished - Distressed finish, pre-sanded and matte UV protection lacquered
Architectural designs - Moku offers the latest colours and finishes
Engineered to last - Cross glued multi-plywood sub layers provide high rigidity and structural strength
Easy installation - Traditional tongue and groove joining system - all that is needed is a level sub-floor surface
The benefits of European Oak
European Oak (also known as "French Oak") is a high density timber providing superior strength and wear properties. It can be cut accurately, drilled and glued making it easier to work with. See this article on Why Engineered European Oak flooring?
| LARGE PLANKS
190mm wide x 1900mm long x 14.5mm thick. Long wide planks are not possible with solid timber and provide a superior look to your floor
|THICK WEAR LAYER||
A pre-finished wear layer (sand-able real oak top layer) of 3.5mm allows at least two future sandings and re-finishing if ever required
Engineered floating floor - base layers are cross layered and glued plywood plantation timbers.
Up to 30% of planks are precut to two shorter random lengths to assist installers with staggering boards
|COLOUR||HANA presents ecru, beige, light greys and tan colours. Beuatiful oak grains, swirls, and knots. It is popular with architects for large modern spaces. As a natural product there will be a variety of natural features as expected from hardwood.|
Semi distressed surface with matte finish including full UV protection. Ready to walk on after installation
Subtle bevelled edge
Tongue and Groove (T&G)
Sealed cartons of 6 planks. Coverage of 2.166m2 per carton. Carton weight of 18.0kg
|TESTING & COMPLIANCE||
Fully tested and passed in Australia for reaction to fire (burning behaviour), fire safety (heat and smoke release rates), dry slip (slip resistance), and emissions (organic emissions),
20 year surface warranty and lifetime structural warranty - providing full comfort in the longevity and quality of your floorboards. See warranty details here
Some Considerations When Ordering Your Floorboards
Ensure you order everything you need to complete your flooring project. Make sure you order enough coverage and get all the extras (such as underlay, stair nosing, scotia) you need at once. We will deliver it all with your floorboards. We recommend you consider the following:
|What coverage do you need?||Do you want underlay?||Need stair bull nosing?||Need scotia (edging/moulding)?|
Calculate the floor surface area required in square metres. Include doorways and stairways. Add up to 10% as a buffer for wastage and to allow you to stagger board lengths efficiently.
Laying premium underlay can provide important benefits: subfloor protection, smooth out minor sub-floor imperfections, tread cushioning, moisture barrier, and acoustic abatement.
Architecturally designed solid oak stair nosing is your best choice - available in all the Moku finishes. This is only available to be purchased with a floor board order. See more details here.
Use scotia edging trims to cover perimeter expansion gaps along skirting boards, walls, kitchen kickboards and cabinets. Available in all the Moku finishes. See more details here.
Installation of Engineered Floorboards Is Easy
Installation of these floorboards is easier than you think. They can be installed as a floating floor over suitable underlay, or installed using the direct stick (glued down) method. Preparation and having the right tools is the key. The tongue and groove system ensures your floor boards are accurately installed. We recommend joints are glued with a flexible premium hardwood PVA adhesive.
Download the Moku Floorboard Installation Instructions - they are important to ensure your floating floor is installed properly and covered fully by the warranty.
Caring for Your New European Oak Flooring
European Oak is very resilient to wear, but it's important to understand the simple maintenance procedures that will ensure your new floor stays looking beautiful.
Download the Moku Oak Floorboard Care Brochure to understand how to keep it in pristine condition for years to come.
Comprehensive Lifetime Structural Warranty
Moku floorboards are protected by an industry leading comprehensive supplier warranty that provides 20 years protection on surface wear under normal use and lifetime structural protection for any structural defects such as delamination, cracking, warping or twisting - or any structural deformations at the time of supply. Installation instructions must be adhered to and terms and conditions apply.
Typical timber floor warranty exclusions apply such as natural timber features, sub-floor heating installations, extreme humidity environments, misuse, alterations, and insect infestations. See the full warranty here