5" Cabrillo - European Oak - Hardwood Flooring

$3.99

$2.79 / SQFT

Product Description

Cabrillo is a 5" wide European Oak wood floor. It's made in a stable engineered wood construction with a tongue-in-groove connection type. Cabrillo also features a wirebrushed texture and UV lacquer finish.

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Cabrillo is a 5" wide European Oak wood floor. It's made in a stable engineered wood construction with a tongue-in-groove connection type. Cabrillo also features a wirebrushed texture and UV lacquer finish. It can be installed with nails, glue, or by floating the planks. Due to Cabrillo's engineered construction, it is suitable for installation areas below grade.

Did you know? Cabrillo National Monument, located in Point Loma in San Diego, commemorates Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo's landing in San Diego Bay in 1542. This landing was the first time a European expedition landed on what is now the West Coast of the United States.

Specifications

  • Species: European Oak
  • Collection: Genesis Collection
  • Botanical Name: Quercus SPP
  • Surface Texture: Wirebrushed
  • Finish: UV Lacquer
  • Construction: Engineered wood
  • Connection Type: Tongue & Groove
  • Installation Method: Floating, Glue Down or Nail Down
  • Plank Thickness: 3/8" (9.5 mm)
  • Wear Layer Thickness: 3/64" (1.2 mm or 47 mils)
  • Plank Width: 5" (127 mm)
  • Plank Length: 48" (1220 mm) maximum length, other lengths include 12", 24", 36"
  • Green Features: CARB Phase 2 Compliant
  • Warranty: 5-year
  • SQFT per box: 58.23 sq. ft.
  • Weight per box: 75.73 lb.
  • Janka Rating: 1360
  • Radiant Heat Compatible: No
  • Country of Origin: China

*Each box contains a variety of planks lengths, ranging from 12" to 48" in length. The number of each size varies per box.

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