7.5" Great Western - European Oak - Hardwood Flooring

$6.99

$5.49 / SQFT

Product Description

The Great Western takes Rustic Style to a new level with its weathered look, yet smooth-to-the-touch feel. The dark brown color sets the scene for an environment like that of a winter cabin, complete with the natural character of European Oak.

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The Great Western takes Rustic Style to a whole new level with its weathered look, yet smooth-to-the-touch feel underfoot. The dark brown color sets the scene for an environment like that of a winter cabin, complete with the natural character of European Oak. This floor comes in an engineered, tongue and groove construction for ease of installation as nail-down, glue-down, or floating floor.

Did you know? The SS Great Western was a steam ship built for the purpose of crossing the Atlantic. It was also the largest passenger ship in the world from 1837 to 1839.

Specifications

  • Species: European Oak
  • Collection: Seafarer Collection
  • Botanical Name: Quercus SPP
  • Surface Texture: Smooth with chiseled bevel
  • Finish: Hard-wax oil
  • Construction: Engineered wood
  • Connection Type: Tongue & Groove
  • Installation Method: Floating, Glue Down or Nail Down
  • Plank Thickness: 5/8" (15 mm)
  • Wear Layer Thickness: 1/6" (4 mm)
  • Plank Width: 7-1/2" (190 mm)
  • Plank Length: 74.75" (1900 mm)*
  • Green Features: 
    • CARB 2 Compliant
    • Certified 100% Pure by Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)
    • Meets E1 & 2012 CARB standards for indoor air quality
    • Finished with 100% all natural, VOC-free finish
    • Leed Qualifications
      • MR 6 - Rapidly Renewable Materials
      • MR 7 - Certified Wood
      • EQ 4.4 - Low Emitting Materials
  • Warranty: Lifetime structural warranty, 25-year residential warranty
  • SQFT per box: 23.32
  • Weight per box: 44 lb
  • Janka Rating: 1360
  • Radiant Heat Compatible: Yes

* Approximately 60% of boards are 74.75 inches in each box. Shorter starter boards are included in each box. 

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