Posts Tagged ‘France’

Why Choose Oak Flooring Directly From Timber Merchants

August 19, 2015

Deciding to remodel your home is a big decision, and installing hardwood flooring is a solid investment. How can you reduce your costs but still enjoy the beauty and the benefits of oak flooring? One solution is to buy them online, or to buy them directly from timber merchants UK Timber, who can provide some of the best prices on the market!

With gorgeous English and French oak floor boards from these timber merchants, you will be able to create the design that you are seeking for your home, at a reasonable price! With different types of grade there are a diverse range of styles available, from a more contemporary look for your home to a unique traditional or rustic interior that will exude richness and warmth.

Unfinished Quality Oak Flooring From UK Timber Merchants

With many years of knowledge and expertise, UK Timber have much experience of manufacturing solid oak flooring, which they think of as a precise art. With these skills their timber is an excellent choice for home flooring. Solid oak flooring is highly sought after due to its amazing character, durability and beauty that is unsurpassed.

Therefore, you should choose your supplier very carefully. From timber merchants such as UK Timber, oak flooring comes completely unfinished, so you have the freedom to choose and apply your own preferred finish and bring out the best of this versatile type of wood flooring for the exact colour match that you are after.

Quality oak flooring from UK Timber is manufactured from kiln dried boards imported from France and England. This top quality flooring is tongue and grooved, and these oak boards can be end matched if you request it. Oak floor boards from UK Timber are planed ready for sanding after installation.

Quality Solid Oak Flooring For Your Home

UK Timber has different types of oak flooring available at their online store, offering superb quality and character. French oak flooring options include character grade unfinished and rustic grade unfinished oak flooring that has a lovely character and a few sound knots, face shakes, colour variations, and slight imperfections offering plenty of personality!

This flooring is available in various widths and with random lengths. The wood is kiln dried to approximately 8-12 percent moisture content. These floor boards do not require sanding, and they are ready to be finished in any way that you like. They are unique and of superb quality!

UK Timber also offers solid English oak flooring, which is beautiful and similar in appearance to French character grade oak flooring. Manufactured from kiln dried boards using home-grown trees, it is also tongue and grooved. These floor boards are planed ready for sanding after installation, and extra thick floor boards are available upon request. In terms of appearance European oak flooring is identical in density and wear resistance to the French oak floor boards.

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What is Landscaping Gardening

June 17, 2015

By definition, landscape gardening, or garden landscaping is the design of public and outdoor environments to meet specific requirements or objectives. These objectives may involve, in the instance of a public park for example, the landscaping of an area to include seating for park users, lighting, and a playground for children. Landscape gardening is also known as landscape architecture, which is perhaps a more descriptive term, since landscape gardeners will typically design, plan, construct, and oversee the development of an area of landscape that they have been contracted to work on. Many additional services are often offered by landscapers due to the nature of the work, which can include construction, carpentry, tree surgery, fencing, and ground working.
The history of landscape gardening unsurprisingly derives from the design, planning and management of large estates, manors, royal palaces and residencies. During the 18th and 19th centuries, demand grew for the design of increasingly lavish and decadent gardens among the royal palaces and noble residencies. It is thanks to these commissions that we can now enjoy such delights as the gardens of the Palace of Versailles in France, designed by the famous Andr Le Ntre, and the beautiful gardens of Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire, England.
Throughout the 19th century, the need for urban planning grew with the rapid development and growth of many cities. The term -landscape architect’ first began to be used by professionals in 1863 when Frederick Law Olmsted adopted the term. Olmsted was in fact responsible for defining many early practises of American landscape architecture in some of his great commissions, which include the famous Central Park in New York City.
Today in the UK, the Landscape Institute (LI) is responsible for promoting and regulating the profession of landscape gardening and landscape architecture. It currently has approximately 6,000 members.
RVDM Landscaping offers a comprehensive range of expert landscape gardening services including ground working and construction services.