Strata Fourteen Acacia Natural is a stunning, rich Acacia engineered wood flooring. The Acacia Wood has lovely red tones and has a matt lacquered finish. This premium acacia is 14mm thick with a 3mm real solid wood top layer. The blonde pieces running through this floor provides a stunning contrast with the rich tones. Strata Fourteen Acacia Natural is made with ABC Grade Timber and the multiply base, means you have a product much more stable than solid wood.
Why should I buy an Acacia Floor ?
Acacia is one of the most striking hardwood floors available. It originates in Australia mainly but also Europe, North America and Africa on occasion. Its beautiful red tones are common to most timbers found in Oceanic regions and is as robust as any hardwood available. Because acacia is often mixed with a sapwood which adds a beautiful golden tone that runs through the boards. Acacia flooring usually comes with a satin/light gloss finish.
What is an Engineered Floor ?
An engineered floor has taken all the benefits of both the old solid and semi solid floors and perfectly blended them into one. What you look at and walk on is solid timber so you get that feel and look you can only associate with real wood. The real wood is then pressed onto a plywood base which gives your floor the stability that is missing from a real wood floor. Because of this process your floor will not move as much as with solid timber. All engineered flooring is suitable for underfloor heating.
Cleaning and Maintenance:
The cleaning and maintenance of our engineered flooring is similar to all wood flooring. A sweep of a brush is all it should take to remove light dirt from your floor. For mopping, it is important you use a damp mop rather than a wet mop. If your floor is too wet, over time it may cause issues from water penetrating the joints. Our Clean Green Cleaner is what we recommend for use on all our floors along with our Magi Floor Mop (both of which are available by clicking the relevant links).
Suitable for under floor heating.
Installation method: glue down/floating.