Compact Oak

Compact_Oak 1 Compact Oak Cliff Grey Oak Extra Matt
Compact_Oak-Wintry_Forest_Oak_Extra_Matt 2 Wintry Forest Oak Extra Matt
Compact_Oak-Creamy_White_Oak_Extra_Matt 3 Creamy White Oak Extra Matt
Compact_Oak-Pure_Oak_Extra_Matt 4 Pure Oak Extra Matt
Compact_Oak-Cliff_Grey_Oak_Extra_Matt 5 Compact_Oak-Cliff Grey Oak Extra Matt
Compact_Oak-Natural_Oak_Extra_Matt 6 Natural Oak Extra Matt
Compact_Oak-Slate_Grey_Oak_Extra_Matt 7 Slate Grey Oak Extra Matt
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Compact Oak

BRAND Quick-Step

TYPE Smooth


Quick-Step Compact floors show the beauty and style of real wood, with a high density fibre core, giving it a total thickness of 12.5 mm - very handy for your renovation projects.


25 year wear warranty

Lifetime warranty domestic use

Looking for a warm and authentic interior? Nothing beats the natural charm of real wood. Timber flooring by Quick-Step suits every style and will give you a lifetime of pleasure.

Quick-Step Timber floors have an abrasion resistance up to 20 times greater than most of the competition. This is achieved through the high quality of our specially designed European lacquer and its unique application.

All living areas




Renovation friendly thickness

High quality / high performance extra matte lacquer: best of both worlds.

Look of oiled floors but with the protection of a 7 layers of lacquer

Matching accessories

Engineered Timber Flooring

An engineered timber floor is a 100% timber flooring product, but with all the benefits of modern technology. If you’re after a true timber floor, but want the practicality of modern techniques, then understanding what’s possible in an engineered timber floor is a great place to start.

Put simply, an engineered timber floor has a true timber top layer in your specified species, supported by plantation timber core materials. Depending on the floor this core might be a different kind of hardwood, or a plywood. What this means, is that you still get the timber you’re after, with a much more stable structure. One downfall of traditional solid flooring is that the grain ends aligned in one direction.

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