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Bellawood Artisan 5/8 in. Amelia Island White Oak Distressed Engineered Hardwood Flooring 9.5 in. Wide
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- 5/8 in. Thick
- 9.5 in. Wide
- Nail, Glue, Nail with Glue Assist, Edge-Glue Float Installation
About Amelia Island White Oak Distressed Engineered Hardwood
5/8 in. Amelia Island White Oak Distressed Engineered Hardwood Flooring 9.5 in. Wide
100 Year Warranty
Live in distinguished comfort with the elegant natural look of Bellawaood Artisan's Amelia Island White Oak, from the Destinations Collection. The warmth of this rich, forest brown is inviting and timeless, with coloring variations that are subtle, giving an attractive depth through the space. The real wood layer is genuine white oak, with gentle wire brush distressing to reveal the graining detail of the more durable heartwood, giving refined texture and low-sheen lustre. Because of the construction of the engineered wood core, this floor can be installed on any level of the home.
- Thickness: 5/8 in.
- Width: 9.5 in.
- Installation Type: Nail, Nail with Glue Assist, Edge-Glue Float
- Veneer Thickness: 4mm
- Residential Warranty: 100 year transferable
- Light Commercial Warranty: 5 year
- FloorScore Certified
- Pad Recommended
- Store flooring flat for 48 hours in its original packaging at room temperature.
- Must be installed over a clean, stable, flat, smooth, and dry surface.
- Moisture barrier is required for installations over concrete.
- For a more natural look, mix planks well when installing.
- Factory finished with our most durable premium aluminum oxide fortified finish.
- Excellent resistance to stains, scuffs, and scratches.
- Backed by a 100-year transferable warranty.
About Engineered Flooring:
Engineered flooring consists of real hardwood layers with either a plywood, medium-density fiberboard (MDF), or lumber core. It's extremely stable, which means it's the perfect floor for any level of the home.
With plywood engineered products, real wood veneer layers are stacked on one another, with the grain of the adjacent layers oriented perpendicular to each other. Because wood expands and contracts in the direction of the grain, one layer stabilizes the next, resulting in a product that is less susceptible to the effects of moisture and temperature change.
Due to its construction, all engineered flooring is more resistant to seasonal changes.