Elegant Nordic light ash solid wood floor

Natural characteristics create a floor which is perfect for clean, modern interiors

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Nordic Light Ash Wide Board from Junckers marries two contemporary decorating themes – a pale finish and the highly architectural look of wide board timber flooring. Light Ash is a beautiful timber with very characteristic graining and colouring. Junckers' Nordic treatment gives it even more interest - illuminating the natural characteristics to create a floor which is perfect for clean, modern interiors and with much sought-after light reflective quality.

Finished with Junckers Ultra Matt lacquer for a hardwearing, durable finish, Nordic Light Ash comes in 129 mm wide boards, which are 20.5mm thick. It can be laid as an overlay floor with Junckers Clip system or as a structural floor and is suitable for use with underfloor heating.

Junckers pre-finished, solid hardwood floors add atmosphere to any room and are ideal for use with underfloor heating. Naturally stable, with low moisture content, Junckers floors have been widely tested by leading underfloor heating manufacturers and used with their systems for many years. Junckers is committed to sustainable forestry and their products are PEFC and FSC certified.

For more information visit www.junckers.co.uk

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01376 534 700

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