NOBEL Flooring is a family business specializing in the production of solid wood floors and engineered wood floors. Anno 2017, the sixth generation is at the head of the highly experienced quality company and NOBEL Flooring is still delivering high quality. NOBEL Flooring works exclusively with quality oak wood and offers a wide choice of finishes. Such as sanded or finely brushed wood for a sleek interior or slightly coarser brushed wood for a more classic look.
The entire process, from selecting the trees to installing the finished plank floor, is done in-house. An extensive team of experienced professionals combined with the use of modern technology results in unparalleled quality. One hundred percent Belgian made and entirely according to the client's wishes. Width, length, thickness and quality of oak planks: the choice is virtually unlimited.
Wood floor staining
Plus, you can add another touch of character to your floor with the right coloring for a perfect finishing touch. The possibilities are extensive and can be seen in the family-owned company's large and homey showroom. But the versatile family business offers more than just beautiful wood floors. Wood sills, wood doors and wood wall finishes, among others, are also custom made in the in-house factory. Combined with a wood floor, it makes for a complete overall picture.
Wood floor finishing
A wood floor from NOBEL Flooring is completely finished before it is installed and therefore does not require any post-treatment. The finish includes a dirt- and water-repellent final coat, so your floor requires very little maintenance. Composite floors are perfect for combining with underfloor heating and cooling, and if you wish, you can also install the products yourself. NOBEL Flooring's wood floors don't just give your living room an attractive look. Kitchens and bathrooms are also perfect for enriching with a beautiful custom floor.
A wood floor from NOBEL Flooring is a floor for life. A warm ambience maker made to measure. High quality from Belgium. For six generations!
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