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27 October 2018

V4 Wood Flooring ZigZag Tannery Brown: Case Study

The beautiful V4 Wood Flooring ZigZag collection is striking and adds warmth and character to any area it is installed.

We were delighted to supply a project of new build properties in Didsbury, showcasing high end beautiful homes with herringbone flooring that added the "wow" factor as soon as you walked in.

The client ordered the V4 Wood Flooring Tannery Brown ZB106 for the ground floor, including hallway, kitchen, lounge and under stairs.

In order to achieve the nicest finish possible, with attention to detail, the skirting boards were removed, so that they could be installed on top of the ZigZag Tannery Brown wood flooring once they were fitted, concealing any expansion gap.

Wakol PU280 was first applied, with 1 coat used to prime the subfloor, and the second coat to add a damp proof membrane just to be on the safe side.

Ardex Arditex NA was used to ensure a good level subfloor, reducing the requirement for priming the subfloor. The Arditex NA was an ideal self leveling compound as it ensured a quick drying time, and is not allergic to minor damp, with the property being a new build this was crucial.

After the self levelling was finished, the subfloor looked brilliant, smooth as glass! Ready for the installation of the ZB106 ZigZag Tannery Brown herringbone.

Using the factory recommended Woods Good MS Plus adhesive, the V4 Wood Flooring ZigZag Tannery Brown engineered wood blocks went down a treat.

Achieving a seamless flow in the herringbone design, the ZigZag ZB106 wood flooring was installed right through from the entrance hallway, under-stairs, the lounge and kitchen without breakage points or plates - as the wood blocks were secured to the floor glued direct using the fantastic MS Plus adhesive by Woods Good.

Once the installation was finished, the finishing touch of the wood plates that colour match from V4 Wood Flooring were installed at the back door and front door in order to finish off the wood nicely.