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Virginia Mill Works 3/8" x 5" Steel Creek Hickory Engineered Hardwood Flooring

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SKU 10041749

About Steel Creek Hickory Wirebrushed Engineered Hardwood

3/8" x 5" Steel Creek Hickory Engineered Hardwood Flooring · 50 Year Warranty

Virginia Mill Works Co.- 3/8 x 5" Steel Creek Hickory Prefinished Wirebrushed Engineered Flooring- 50 Year Warranty

The refreshing whitewashed hues and light shades of gray blend beautifully with subtle wire-brushing to create a prefinished hardwood floor that's welcoming and full of stylish possibility.

Colonial American homes were built with wooden floors that were sawn using basic hand-held tools. The hand-crafted workmanship that went into those floors can be found in Virginia Mill Works distressed floors.

Quick Highlights:
- Elevate your style! This floor is suitable for application on walls.
- Wirebrushed Appearance
- Superior Strength and Stability
- Multi-ply layers
- Nail-down, glue-down, or edge-glue float installation
- Backed with a 50-year Warranty

About Distressed Flooring:
Distressed hardwood floors have a natural worn appearance. They look like floors from the days when floors were finished by hand.

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!

MDF (medium-density fiberboard) engineered flooring is constructed with a real hardwood veneer atop a moisture-resistant core which is made from real wood fibers that are compressed into a dense, impact-resistant format. In addition to providing extra protection against denting, the MDF enables the most precise milling of the locking profile to enhance ease of use and durability.

Lumber core engineered flooring is made of narrow strips of lumber glued together to create a dense, impact-resistant slab with a layer of hardwood veneer affixed to the top. This construction maintains superb dimensional stability through seasonal humidity and temperature fluctuations in 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.


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  • Article Number
  • CARB Relevance
  • Castor Chairs
  • Color
  • Color Group
  • Core Type
  • Design or Layout Style
    Straight Randomized
  • Direct Sun Light
  • Edge Profile
    Tongue and Groove
  • Exterior
  • Grade
  • Installation Areas
    Dry Areas
  • Installation Grade
    Above Grade, On Grade, Below Grade
  • Installation Type
    Nail, LL Approved Glue, Nail with Glue Assist, Edge Glue
  • Intended Usage
    Residential Applications
  • Nominal Gloss Level (g.u.)
  • Pad Attached
  • Pad Recommended
  • Pad Type
    No Pad
  • Pattern
    No Pattern
  • Pattern Repeat Count
  • Radiant Heat Compatible
  • Sample SKU
  • Shade
  • Species
  • Texture
    Wire Brushed
  • Waste Allowance
    <=5 %
  • Wood or Stone Look
    Wood Look


  • Average Length
    32 in.
  • Box Weight
    36.211 lb.
  • Boxes Per Pallet
  • Maximum Plank Length
    48 in.
  • Minimum Plank Length
    10 in.
  • Overall Thickness (Actual)
    .375 in.
  • Overall Thickness (Nominal)
    .38 in.
  • Pallet Weight
    1013.908 lb.
  • Total Per Pallet
    686 FT2
  • Veneer Layer Thickness (mm)
    2 mm
  • Width
    5 in.

Warranties & Certifications

  • Floor Score Certification
  • Heavy Commercial Warranty
    No Warranty
  • Light Commercial Warranty
    No Warranty
  • Residential Warranty
    50 Year Warranty

prop 65 warning 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

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