Mountain Top Engineered Hardwood Flooring 28.5 Sq Ft per Carton
- Wire brushed texture
- Beveled edges
- 3 mm veneer layer
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Mountain Top Oak Engineered Hardwood Flooring Features Video
How to Cut Engineered Hardwood Floor Planks
How to Cut Curves in Engineered Hardwood Flooring
- Wire brushed texture
- Beveled edges
- 3 mm veneer layer
- Random length flooring
- Filled knots
- UV cured finish
- CARB certified
- Lacey Act Compliant
Home, Commercial, Office, Cabin, Residential, Cottage
NOTE: This item is a custom order and is not returnable.
Mountain Top Engineered Hardwood Flooring 28.5 Sq Ft per Carton - Engineered hardwood planks
Mountain Top Engineered Hardwood Flooring 28.5 Sq Ft per Carton has echoes of a warm fall day like being a cabin in the Smokey Mountains, this random length hardwood flooring is great for any area in your home or cabin.
Mountain Top Engineered Wood Plank Flooring With Oak Finish
For a realistic, rustic look in a flooring product, count on our Oak Mountain Top Wood Plank Flooring product. This is one of the best options for installers trying to simulate the appearance of an old, vintage hardwood floor, while saving money.
Our wood plank flooring consists of a veneer layer of actual oak hardwood over the top of a plywood base. The veneer measures a little less than 1/8 inches in thickness.
Because most of the 9/16 inches of thickness in each plank consists of plywood, we can greatly reduce the cost of these planks versus actual hardwood flooring planks that would use oak throughout.
Realistic Looking Wood Plank Flooring
Because the veneer layer is real oak, it contains the natural wood grain, knots, and filled knot holes that appear in actual hardwood. The veneer covers the entire plywood layer, hiding it from view. Visitors to the home will think they are looking at a real hardwood floor.
The oak veneer yields a more detailed design than faux wood luxury vinyl or laminate planks. They use a printed layer across the top that attempts to replicate the look of hardwood.
Additionally, the oak layer has a wire brushed texture, which delivers a little bit of roughness to the top of the floor. This is similar to what installers would expect to find with a vintage hardwood layout.
Hardwood flooring makes use of planks of different lengths, creating a naturally random pattern. Our wood plank flooring has the same ability to introduce randomness in the layout. Each carton of engineered hardwood contains planks ranging in lengths from 11 to 71 inches.
This is a wide style of flooring, as each plank measures 5-7/8 inches in width. Almost any room in a home or office building can use our wide plank flooring to match the existing decor style.
Customers can pick among a few different oak stain colors, including both light and dark stains.
Tips for Installing Engineered Wood Planks
This is a durable type of flooring, providing long-lasting results at a great price. The Mountain Top flooring carries a limited 35-year manufacturer’s residential warranty.
Customers can expect to pay less than $6 per square foot of coverage for this product. Because customers can do the installation on their own, they will not have an added cost for hiring a professional to do the layout.
These planks will go over the top of almost any kind of subflooring, as long as it is flat. Installers will have three different installation options from which to select.
Floating floor: A floating floor does not attach to the subfloor in any way. Instead, installers will rely on the tongue and groove connections along the edges to hold the planks together.
Glue down floor: By gluing the planks to the subflooring, installers will create a more permanent style of layout. A type of glue that has a urethane base to ensure a long-lasting level of performance is recommended.
Nail down floor: Installers have the option of using brad nails or staples to secure the planks to the subfloor. If choosing to use nails, the manufacturer recommends placing nails an inch or two from the edge of each plank and then every few inches along the length of the plank.
Start in one corner and lay out the planks in a row across the width of the room. Upon reaching the far wall, the installer may have to cut the last plank to ensure that it fits tightly against the wall. Use a power saw or hand saw to create a clean cut in the plank.
Add the next row of planks and continue working across the room. For the last row, installers may have to cut the planks lengthwise to create less width to fit in the remaining space.
Mountain Top Engineered Hardwood Oak Veneer Floor Specifications
- Width: 5-7/8 inches
- Length: Random lengths between 11 and 71 inches
- Thickness: 9/16 inches
- Veneer layer: 3 mm (about 0.12 inches)
- Coverage per carton: 28.5 square feet
- Colors: Bryson Oak, Frostburg Oak, Lewisburg Oak, and Luray Oak
- Texture: Wire brushed
Maintenance and Care
No matter where the customer installs our wood plank flooring, it will remain easy to care for at all times.
For basic daily cleaning, use a broom or dust mop to remove the daily grime and dirt. It is also possible to make use of a vacuum cleaner, as long as it has a brush or felt attachment. A beater bar vacuum may cause damage.
Any wet messes, such as a pet accident or spilled water, need cleaning as quickly as possible. Long-term dampness could stain the veneer layer on the floor.
For a more thorough cleaning, the manufacturer recommends a wood floor cleaner product. Avoid using cleaners that contain bleach or abrasive ingredients.
Sweep or dust mop your floor once a week or more with an approved floor cleaner. Spills, pet accidents, or tracked in dirt should be cleaned immediately. Never clean or wet mop with water, water may damage floor. Use a wood floor cleaner, do not use harsh abrasive cleaners.
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|Material Type||Engineered Hardwood|
|SF per Item||28.50|
|Interlock Loss||0.00 feet|
|Surface Finish||Wire brushed|
|Surface Design||Wood Grain|
|Installation Method||Staple, Cleat, Glue, Float|
|Border Strips Included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Limited 35 year manufacturer's residential|