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Chauncey’s have been authorised by the Royal Institute of British Architects to put their classification system onto our literature as follows:

Uniclass L532:P511 – this indicates hardwood flooring

EPIC  E411:X52 – this indicates floor finishes of sectionwork e.g. planks of hardwood

CI/SfB  (43)  Xi3  – this indicates flooring products of a number of components e.g. engineered flooring

‘Insight’ – the online marketing tool for RIBA – emphasises the importance of classifying literature in this article.

This should be a geat help to all the architects and specifiers who use us.

Don’t forget to have a look at the Chauncey’s YouTube channel, which features films on all aspects of flooring from fitting to maintaining – you’re sure to find some useful information on here.

Regency Aged Oak Flooring at Calcot ManorAs usual, our beautiful Regency aged oak was our bestselling item for December – go to our home page if you want to see what else featured in the top five.

Unfortunately, prices on the aged Regency will have to be increased in February – so if you are planning a project it would be good to order this month before the price rise.  We are anticipating that the increase will be approximately 5% on  solid boards and 8% on engineered boards.

SO…. order in January and beat the price rise.

mary xx

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