7.5" Curupay - Exotic - Hardwood Flooring


$3.89 / SQFT

Product Description

The Curupay tree is native to South America, growing primarily in Brazil, Paraguay, and Bolivia. As wood flooring, this species would be a dynamic feature in any home. It's color ranges from shades of red to gold and cream hues, with dark streaks and striping throughout. Curupay wood flooring also rates high on the Janka Hardness Rating scale - coming in at 3850 - making it more resistant to denting and wear.

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  • Species: Curupay
  • Botanical Name: Bowdichia
  • Surface Texture: Artisan hand-scraped
  • Finish: 10 coats UV-cured aluminum-oxide
  • Construction: Engineered wood
  • Connection Type: Tongue & Groove
  • Installation Method: Floating, Glue Down, or Nail Down
  • Plank Thickness: 1/2" (12 mm) 
  • Wear Layer Thickness: 2 mm
  • Plank Width: 7.44" (189 mm)
  • Plank Length: Each carton contains starter boards and planks up to 83.85” long
  • Green Features: CARB 2 Compliant
  • Structural Warranty: Lifetime structural warranty, 25-year residential warranty
  • SQFT per box: 26
  • Weight per box: 42.813 lb
  • Janka Rating: 3850
  • Radiant Heat Compatible: Yes
  • Country of Origin: Bolivia

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