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Solid Oak Doors - Fantastic Value

At UK Oak, we are leading suppliers of solid oak doors in many different styles. Real oak will give your home a discerning look that just can’t be achieved using imitation wood, and by buying through us, you can be assured of the very highest quality wood and oak products.


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Sylish, modern internal oak doors for your home!

UK Oak are suppliers of beautiful, high quality solid oak doors. We have a wide range of real wood products to choose from, which will suit home interiors and exteriors. There are a number of designs for different tastes, covering both traditional and contemporary styles.


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Oak Beams - Adding a touch of extra class to your home

At UK Oak, we supply a variety of solid oak beams for structural and decorative uses. Beams add a stylish, rustic look to any property, and by using real wood, you can be assured of the quality and longevity of the products you choose.


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What is air dried oak?

Up until the nineteenth century, all wood was air dried, the technology wasn’t around to speed up the process simply because it wasn’t needed. Fast forward to today, the exponential growth of construction and sped up processes, few woodwork mills offer air dried oak preferring to opt for kiln dried wood which is quicker to get on sale.


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What Are The Benefits of Reclaimed Wood

Reclaimed wood is hugely popular today for building projects or decorative purposes but it’s not just great for the environment, it’s also a fine option if you’re looking for wood that’s brimming with character, but incredibly strong and durable too.


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Advantages of Oak

Oak is one of the most distinguishable woods, known for its beautiful grain and outstanding strength; it’s highly sought after. Oak trees have graced earth far longer than us humans; with fragments of oak trees dating way back 300,000 years ago, but today its presence in the woodworking world is unquestioned, and it is without a doubt one of the best hardwoods for building materials and furniture-making.


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Huge choice of raised bed kits

For a stylish and convenient way to add to your garden, try our raised bed kits. They are an excellent alternative to planters and flower pots, letting you grow a variety of bedding plants and flowers in an attractive and convenient wooden container. One of the most popular garden trends of 2017, raised flowerbeds will lend your outdoor space a modern and stylish look.


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Oak Furniture ideas

Creating beautiful, timeless furniture for your home is possible with our versatile timber. If you’re looking to construct stunning oak furniture that’s brimming with character, you’ve come to the right place, and here are just a few oak furniture ideas to help you get the ball rolling. 


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How to Treat Oak Doors

It’s easy to see why so many homes in the UK are blessed with internal oak doors. They’re strong, durable, easy on the eye and packed with character – but they’re also incredibly versatile, especially in terms of how they’re treated. There are many different ways in which you can finish oak doors, but it’s important to understand that if you decide not to add a protective oil or varnish, you’ll struggle to keep your doors in top condition. So what is the best way to treat oak doors?


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Which is The Best Wood For Furniture?

There are many fantastic woods used to create beautiful furniture and before we start looking at each of the woods in more detail, it’s important to understand that the many types fall into the categories ‘softwoods’ and ‘hardwoods’. If we look at the UK market in particular, popular softwoods include pine, spruce, cedar, fir and larch. These all come from conifer trees (which have needles and do not produce seeds) and they are fast growing trees, whilst they often provide a rather light finish. 


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Why Choose Engineered Oak Flooring?

Engineered oak flooring has long been praised for its suitability to higher moisture rooms with varying humidity levels, such as kitchens, bathrooms and conservatories.


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Discover the key advantages of oak doors

It’s well known that oak doors can add quality, character, charm and warmth to a home. Natural materials like oak have long been a staple in interior design – offering interesting textures, tones and patterns. To really appreciate the quality of oak doors, it’s worth visiting some of the UK’s best-preserved heritage sites. 


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Why Choose Solid Oak Flooring?

Choosing new flooring for your home is no easy decision, it’s perhaps the most important finish to a room, and a feature that needs to be durable, attractive, and fit the aesthetic of your home. Solid oak flooring is an excellent choice compared to other alternatives. Here’s a rundown of its key features and advantages.


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How Long Does Oak Flooring Last?

One of the biggest factors when choosing flooring is lifespan. Nobody wants to invest in flooring if it’s only going to last several years before it needs replacing, but fortunately, there are many different types praised for durability and reliability, such as solid wood, engineered flooring and porcelain tile. That said, nothing comes close to oak, which is one of the most durable natural structures, especially if it’s well maintained.


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What is Natural Grade Hardwood Flooring?

‘Natural’ or ‘character’ grade hardwood flooring features knots, colour variations, sap and face shake (fine splits in the crown running with the grain). Each of these ‘imperfections’ adds to the natural character and charm of the finished product, which is why many homeowners choose natural grade oak. There are many different ways of grading oak, and it does depend on the supplier, however, for the most part, the term refers to products that feature knots of larger sizes, with more sap and colour variation, whilst some manufacturers use filler to seal holes that are naturally present in the wood. 


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