Oak Flooring not only add style to your home, but also a warmth. One of the major benefits of oak flooring is the versatility. Your style may change over the years. Thankfully, many oak floors go with almost anything. Oak floors are easy to keep clean. What makes wood floors even easier to maintain is the fact that they are much more stain resistant than carpets. If you spill something, all you must do is wipe it up.

Part of the flooring’s low maintenance is the fact that they are strong and durable. Even when the surface is scratched, scuffed, damaged, dented or scraped all it takes to remove the mark is a spot cleaning. Oak floors are hard surfaces that can last for decades.

You may be one of those people who think of oak flooring as an expensive type of flooring without thinking about its benefits first and foremost. True, choosing to outfit your house with hardwood oak floors might cost you a lot but that expensive investment will actually pay off. In fact, the benefits of choosing oak flooring for your homes far outweigh the initial expenses. Oak flooring adds value to your property as it’s durable and homebuyers are willing to pay more for quality flooring.

Key Benefits of Oak Flooring


Buyers are willing to pay more for homes with hardwood oak floors as it's durable and it would last the for years to come.


No need to worry about daily dust - that is because most oak floors are already treated to resist damage and stains and some are even laminated to make them look great.

Healthy Alternative

Allergy free and healthy alternative for your family. Oak floors do not trap unpleasant odors especially from pet animals dumping on your floors.


Oak wood’s ability to withstand shock is exceptional – which only means that they are not easily susceptible to breaking, loosening, or splitting.

Oak Flooring Inspiration Gallery

Please see below for a list of commonly chosen oak flooring products by our customers. Call us today to enquire about below products or others as an inspiration. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Oak flooring is one of the most stable of timber flooring options. 

Hardwoods with a tight grain pattern, such as oak, are ideal for high-traffic areas because the tight grain makes it more resistant to scratching. In fact, many high-end commercial properties use oak flooring due to this key benefit. 

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