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1065 Edwards Ferry Road NE
Leesburg, VA, 20176
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3/4 in. 1 Common White Oak Unfinished Solid Hardwood Flooring 2.25 in. Wide
White oak is one of the most popular species for use in the home and office because of its beautifully constant neutral tones and texture. This unfinished R.L. Colston flooring is ideal for custom staining and wears a variety of finishes well. Gray, white, and dark stain colors will complement the natural beauty of your white oak hardwood. The narrow planks are great for creating an Old World feel.
White oak is a strong wood that you can install in any dry living space, from your living room to your study or office. The final color, gloss level, and wearability will all depend on the final finish you choose.
This flooring is suitable for installation on your ground floor or above. While some experienced DIYers might tackle this installation on their own, professional installation using nails or glue is recommended for solid hardwood floors. Mix up the planks from multiple boxes before installation to showcase the natural variation and beauty of the hardwood. Over a wood subfloor, we recommend laying it over approved underlayment for improved sound and thermal properties. When laying over concrete, use a premium moisture mitigating adhesive. Post-installation, maintaining your floor will involve a simple regimen of sweeping or vacuuming (with no beater bar or harsh bristles) and using Bellawood Cleaning Solution and accessories for regular deep and spot-checking. Well maintained, your new floors will stay beautiful and last for many decades to come.
Remember that lighting makes all the difference! Your flooring, as a result, may look different in your home than it does online. Be sure to order free samples, then try them in your home at different points throughout the day to ensure you like the look!
This product can expose you to chemicals including wood dust, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. Drilling, sawing, sanding or machining wood products can expose you to wood dust. Avoid inhaling wood dust or use a dust mask or other safeguards for personal protection. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/wood.
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