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CoreLuxe 5mm w/pad Dexter Oak Waterproof Rigid Vinyl Plank Flooring 6 in. Wide x 48 in. Long
About Dexter Oak 5mm w/pad
5mm w/pad Dexter Oak Waterproof Rigid Vinyl Plank Flooring 6 in. Wide x 48 in. Long
Welcome casual warmth into your home with our Dexter Oak vinyl plank flooring. This inviting floor features a balanced blend of hues that emulate gentle oak floors with a relaxed lived-in style. Subtle detailing adds organic texture and visual interest, complemented by realistic oak grain patterns that provide depth without overwhelming. Meanwhile a matte finish enhances the authentic reclaimed wood aesthetic.
In addition to its casual elegance, Dexter Oak is waterproof as well—making it suitable for kitchens, mudrooms, baths, and other areas prone to moisture. Its scratch-resistant surface maintains its welcoming look despite the hubbub of daily living. And, with its attached high-density IXPE underlayment pad, you’ll enjoy reduced sound, added comfort underfoot. For a floor that pairs the look warm and friendly wood with waterproof peace of mind, choose Dexter Oak.
- Installation Grade: Above grade, on grade, below grade
- Installation Type: Click
- Width: 5.9 in.
- Length: 48.03 in.
- Thickness: 5mm
- Wear Layer: 6mils
- High-density IXPE pad attached
- Warranty Type: Limited lifetime residential, 5-year limited light commercial
In support of healthy home environments. Tranquility and CoreLuxe vinyl flooring are phthalate-safe.
QuietWalk Max & QuietWalk Versa underlayments are recommended for use under Vinyl flooring. These quality underlayments helps smooth out minor subfloor imperfections, provide moisture protection over wood subfloors and have added insulation and sound control properties.
For installations over concrete QuietBoard underlayment is also recommended but have moisture limits and will require an 6 mil polyethylene moisture barrier.
The Eco Silencer Max is a substitute for a 6 mil poly.
This floor is waterproof, however, moisture intrusions from concrete via hydrostatic pressure, flooding, or plumbing leaks, along with high levels of alkalinity, can affect floor coverings over time.
Moisture can also be trapped below the flooring and create mildew or mold.