Western Wave Engineered Hardwood Flooring 37.8 Sq Ft per Carton
How to Cut Engineered Hardwood Floor Planks
How to Cut Curves in Engineered Hardwood Flooring
- Hand honed planks
- Random lengths
- Floating hardwood flooring
- Medium to dark tones
- 11 step semi gloss finish
- Tongue and groove
- CARB certified
- Lacey Act Compliant
Residential, Home, Cabin, Kitchen, Family Room,
NOTE: This item is a custom order and is not returnable.
Western Wave Engineered Hardwood Flooring 37.8 Sq Ft per Carton - Inspiring patterns
Western Wave Engineered Hardwood Flooring 37.8 Sq Ft per Carton is available in random lengths of eleven to fiftynine inches, in medium to dark brown tones. Random length planks are in 6 1/2 inch wide and 1/2 inch thick.
Western Wave Wide Plank Engineered Hardwood Flooring With Birch Finish
For flooring design styles that equally inspire visitors and provide a feeling of luxury, count on our Birch Western Wave Wide Plank Engineered Hardwood product.
The birch wood veneer layer on these highly affordable planks will provide a design style that’s reminiscent of the Pacific Northwest. When selecting our wide plank engineered hardwood for sale, customers can expect to pay a discount price of around $4 per square foot of coverage.
Eye-Catching Rustic Flooring Design
By limiting the amount of birch in each plank, we are able to keep the price of our wide plank engineered hardwood product much lower than actual hardwood floors. We also are able to preserve this natural resource of birch hardwood.
These planks look amazing, making them ideal to add to the design of a living room, bedroom, kitchen, restaurant, brewpub, retail location, or office building.
The manufacturer included a number of details in the veneer layer, including multiple shades of the primary stain color, which consists of light or dark brown. The veneer layer contains the natural wood grain patterns found in birch. The manufacturer added hand scraped texturing to enhance the authentic look of these planks.
The veneer layer includes a beveled edge, which is the expectation for actual hardwood planks. The veneer extends to the edges of each plank, completely covering the plywood layer and hiding it from view.
Each plank has a 6.5 inch measurement in width, which provides a high-end appearance in the flooring. Some people prefer the wide plank design versus a narrow plank design.
Tips for Installing Wide Plank Engineered Hardwood
These planks are easy to install, giving homeowners and small business owners the opportunity to create a floor replacement without the need to hire a professional to do the job. Anyone who has at least a little bit of experience with doing home improvement projects can have success with this project.
Installers have the option of following one of three installation ideas, picking among nail down, glue down, or floating.
Floating. The floating design is the easiest to perform. Installers only have to connect the tongue and groove edges of each plank. There’s no need to add adhesive to the edges. The pieces will fit tightly and remain in place with a wall-to-wall installation.
Glue down. Use a urethane-based glue on the underside of the birch planks to adhere them to the subfloor. This product will provide the longest lasting results and will ensure a secure fit.
Nail down. Use brad nails or staples to affix the planks to the subfloor in the nail down method of installation. Match the gauge and length of the nails in use to the specifications of the manufacturer.
When using either the glue down or nail down type of installation, dry lay a row of planks first. After being certain the planks will fit in the space, then apply the glue or nails.
When up against a wall or another fixed object, the installer will need to cut the plank to fit in the remaining space in a particular row. Use a power saw or hand saw to create the cleanest possible edge.
When laying out the rows, avoid having the seams on the short ends of each plank line up from row to row. Stagger the lengths of the planks to ensure none of the seams line up between the rows.
Rustic Birch Engineered Wood Floor Specifications
- Width: 6-1/2 inches
- Length: Random lengths between 11 and 59 inches
- Thickness: 1/2 inches
- Veneer layer: 1.5 mm (or 0.06 inches)
- Coverage per carton: 37.8 square feet
- Colors: Mesa Birch, Palisades Birch, Salem Birch, and Tillamock Birch
- Texture: Hand scraped
Maintenance and Care
Customers appreciate our wide plank engineered hardwood because of the ease of care and maintenance they experience. It’s easy to keep these planks looking new for many years to come.
For general cleaning needs, use a broom or dust mop to remove dirt a few times a week or whenever needed. Some people will choose to use a vacuum cleaner with a felt or brush attachment on the head.
Avoid using a vacuum with a beater bar head on this flooring. This type of vacuum cleaner could cause damage and scratches on the flooring.
After noticing any spills or pet accidents, be sure to clean them up as quickly as possible. Excessive moisture on the floor could cause staining over time to the veneer on the plank.
For those seeking to clean tougher soils with a mop, only use a wood floor cleaning product. Avoid harsh or abrasive cleaners that could cause damage.
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||37.80|
|Interlock Loss||0.00 feet|
|Surface Design||Wood Grain|
|Installation Method||Staple, Glue, Float|
|Border Strips Included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Limited 35 year manufacturer's residential finish|