Oak flooring

Wooden oak flooring adds a touch of style to your interior, creates a homely atmosphere and radiates warmth under your feet. It also has a long service life and increases the value of your home.

Oak flooring

  • Designed to suit individual needs Your imagination is the limit. Our craftsmen will satisfy even the most demanding customers. We manufacture and deliver our products according to customer needs and specifications. Human creativity only enhances nature's design.
  • Ideal for underfloor heating Oakwood is a type of hardwood which is durable and have better thermal conductivity. We manufacture two-layer and three-layer engineered oak planks which offer maximum stability and are ideal for underfloor heating.
  • Highest quality We carefully control the entire supply chain: from wood selection, shipping and precise technological cycle of wood preparation to manufacturing, professional installation and warranty. Our prices are among the most competitive in the market.

Oak grading

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Prime grade

Top-quality oak floor planks.

  • Minimal knots (natural, sound small knots).
  • Little variation in colour.
  • Filled knots are not allowed.
Rinktinė lenta

Classic

These oak planks are characterised by occasional knots and natural colour variations.

  • unlimited number of small and larger sound and filled knots.
Klasikinė ąžuolo lenta

Rustic

These oak planks are characterised by knots and greater variation in colour; the planks have pronounced timber pattern with sound (live) and filled knots. Knotting emphasizes the vivid character of the wood, adds colour and expresses the authentic beauty of real wood.

  • Unlimited number of sound (non-filled) knots; larger filled knots are allowed.
  • The planks have filled cracks, small filler depressions and crumbled filler in the knot and crack areas.
  • The planks are characterised by larger natural variations in colour. Occasional central core planks may be present.
  • The planks have occasional small non-filled microcracks and large filled natural cracks.
Rustikas ąžuolo lenta

Modern

These oak planks have minimal knots and slight variations in colour.

  • Minimal number of natural, sound and filled small knots.
  • Contain light-coloured sound sapwood up to 25 mm in width (it is allowed on one side of the plank).

The following SAICOS olive fixed colours are offered for this type of planks: 3305, 3408, 3409, 3458, 3479, 3490.

Modernas ąžuolo lenta

Loft

These oak planks have small, occasional knotting, natural variations in colour, medullary rays and unlimited number of small and larger sound and filled knots. Knotting emphasizes the vivid character of the wood, adds colour and expresses the authentic beauty of real wood.

  • Contain light-coloured sound sapwood up to 50 mm in width.
  • Sapwood is allowed on both sides of the plank.
  • Unlimited number of sound (non-filled) knots; larger filled knots are allowed.

The following SAICOS olive fixed colours are offered for this type of planks: 3305, 3408, 3409, 3458, 3479, 3490.

Loftas ąžuolo lenta

Country

These oak planks show more knotting, natural microcracks and intense oakwood patterns which emphasize the natural beauty of wood. Knotting emphasizes the vivid character of the wood, adds colour and expresses the authentic beauty of real wood.

  • Unlimited number of sound (non-filled) knots; larger filled knots are allowed.
  • The planks have filled cracks, small filler depressions and crumbled filler in the knot and crack areas.
  • The planks are characterised by larger natural variations in colour. Occasional central core planks may be present.
  • The planks have occasional small non-filled microcracks and larger filled natural cracks.
  • May contain sound sapwood, no more than on half the width of the plank.

Construction

Ecowood oak planks produced by Medžio Stilius are engineered products meaning that these are two-layer or three-layer glued planks. What makes these planks unique?
  • Oakwood is hard and resistant to external factors. It has great stability when exposed to changes in moisture and temperature.
  • If installed correctly, planks perform better than solid wood flooring.
  • The planks are made using a premium-quality formaldehyde-free adhesive.
  • We are the only manufacturers in Lithuania using German birch plywood for the inner layer.
  • Thanks to the state-of-the-art symmetrical 2 x Oak construction, our three-layer floor planks are 15% more energy efficient.
  • Thousands of square meters of our oak floors installed in Lithuania and other European countries are a testimony to the high quality of our products.

Installation and maintenance products

Oak skirting boards add a perfect finishing touch to your floor, making a seamless connection between the walls and the wooden floor.
– Top layer: natural oak plywood.
– Base: finger-jointed solid oakwood.

You can also choose MDF skirting boards (with a MDF base):
– Top layer: impregnated paper. Possibility to use any colour from the RAL palette.
– MDF base.

Skirting board SF-40 P

Top layer: natural oak veneer of 0.35 mm Foundation: tenon oak wood

Width 15 mm
Height 40 mm
Length 2500 mm
Skirting board SF-38 F

Top layer: natural oak veneer of 0.35 mm Foundation: tenon oak wood

Width 15 mm
Height 35 mm
Length 2500 mm
Skirting board SF-58 F

Top layer: natural oak veneer of 0.35 mm Foundation: tenon conifer wood

Width 18 mm
Height 58 mm
Length 2500 mm
Skirting board SF-68 F

Top layer: natural oak veneer of 0.35 mm Foundation: tenon oak wood

Width 15 mm
Height 68 mm
Length 2500 mm
Skirting board SF-90 F

Top layer: natural oak veneer of 0.35 mm Foundation: tenon oak wood

Width 15 mm
Height 90 mm
Length 2500 mm
Skirting board SF-120 F

Top layer: natural oak veneer of 0.35 mm Foundation: tenon oak wood

Width 20 mm
Height 120 mm
Length 2500 mm
Skirting board SF-90 MDF

Top layer: natural oak veneer of 0.35 mm Foundation: tenon oak wood

Width 12 mm
Height 90 mm
Length 2500 mm
Skirting board SF-93 MDF

Top layer: natural oak veneer of 0.35 mm Foundation: tenon oak wood

Width 16 mm
Height 93 mm
Length 2500 mm
Skirting board SF-120 P

Foundation: oak wood

Width 20 mm
Height 120 mm
Length 2500 mm
Skirting board SF-126 MDF

Top layer: natural oak veneer of 0.35 mm Foundation: tenon oak wood

Width 16 mm
Height 126 mm
Length 2500 mm

Choosing a parquet adhesive is one of the most important stages before installing a wooden floor. The right adhesive will increase the service life and performance of your floor. You can appreciate all the benefits of your wooden floor only if you use specialist and reliable adhesive.
To achieve best results, it is very important that you choose adhesive based on the type of flooring you plan to install: whether it is a two-layer, a three-layer or a solid wood floor. We represent Stauf, a leading company in the German adhesives industry boasting over 175 years of experience in the production of adhesives. These adhesives are suitable for heated floors. The most common types of adhesives used in installing floors are polymer adhesives, polyurethane adhesives and solvent-based adhesives that do not contain any water. When using these adhesives, wooden flooring can be glued directly onto the concrete sub-floor.

In most countries, finishing floors with oil is just as usual as using lacquer as a finish. In Lithuania, lacquered finish is still a predominant trend, however, each year oiled floors are becoming increasingly popular.

Oiled flooring and its benefits
– Floor oil is usually chosen to keep the wood as natural-looking as possible: oiled floors look as though they are not coated at all. This is because oil is absorbed into the top layer of the wood once applied, whereas lacquer forms a coat on top of the surface of the wood which is more or less glossy.
– Easy repair of specific surface areas. In case of lacquered surfaces, it is difficult to repair a specific area of the floor because there will be a visible line between the old and the new lacquer finish, thus you have to sand the entire floor and re-apply lacquer all over the entire surface. In oiled flooring, there is no need to sand the entire floor. It is enough to sand the repair area and impregnate it with oil. The line between the old and the new oil finish will not be visible.
Natural
– Oil is made from natural plant materials – plant waxes and oils such as carnauba wax, candelilla wax, soybean oil, sunflower seed oil and thistle oil, and paraffin waxes. Oil does not contain biocides or preservatives. Oil is suited for all types of wooden flooring.
– Oil naturally protects the wood, allows it to breath and controls moisture.
Practical
– Oil is suited for treating all types of wooden surfaces including hardwood, multi-layer and plywood floors, cork flooring as well as intensively used surfaces, such as desks and table tops.
– Oil is a recommended method for finishing children’s toys.
– Ideal for the surfaces of the indoor areas with elevated moisture levels such as bathrooms and kitchens.
– Oiled floors are easy to clean, to maintain and to repair.

People often struggle to decide between lacquered, oiled or wax parquet finishes. When selecting a parquet lacquer, it is very important to choose the one that is resistant to wear (scratching and scuffing) and elastic (remains crack-free even when the wood is deforming). Another important quality of lacquer which is increasingly taken into account by customers is how eco-friendly it is.

If the parquet is poorly sanded and improperly coated with lacquer, all the flaws and irregularities will become visible. This stage of installation requires the utmost skill and attention to detail. Our experience has shown that customers who purchase high-quality flooring but use poor quality or improper adhesive, are disappointed with the final results.

We offer high-quality, eco-friendly water-based parquet lacquers:

Proper floor base preparation is one of the most important factors for a successful installation of a wooden floor or a parquet.

You can start floor base installation only after making sure the humidity levels of the room and the concrete slab are appropriate. The relative humidity of the indoor area should preferably be 40 to 60 percent and the indoor temperature should be 15 to 25° C.

Wooden floor can be installed on the following bases:
– A concrete base with a moisture content of no more than 3%.
– Subfloors, panels or plywood with a moisture content of no more than 12%.

If a wooden floor is installed in a room with moisture sources (a basement, a swimming pool, etc.), waterproofing is required in order to prevent moisture from entering the wood.

A concrete base must be level, firm and even. A parquet is glued to the concrete base using a special adhesive which does not contain any water (SMP-930, WFR-T).

When installing a wooden floor over underfloor heating, the underfloor heating should be switched off 24 hours before the start of the installation.

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