7.5" Royal Sovereign - European Oak - Hardwood Flooring


$5.19 / SQFT

Product Description

The Royal Sovereign creates a calm and cool setting that is worthy of any home. This European Oak comes in a white oiled finish that subtly accentuates the grain, while the 4 mm wood veneer and hard-wax oil top coat give it a long-wearing finish.

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The Royal Sovereign creates a calm and cool setting that is worthy of any home. With its white oiled finish, this European Oak's soft hue subtly accentuates the open pores, grain pattern, and knots. This floor comes with 4 mm wood veneer and a hard-wax oil finish, giving it additional protection from day-to-day foot traffic.

Did you know? The Royal Sovereign was actually the third name given to the 17th-Century warship. It was first named HMS Sovereign of the Seas and then Sovereign before its final name of Royal Sovereign was given in 1685.


  • 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. 

Customer Reviews

  • Vicki F.
    BEAUTIFUL FLOOR!! May 22, 2018

    We are absolutely in love with our new GoHaus floors and can't say enough about how much help Phil was during the entire process! We had so many questions during our kitchen remodel and didn't know much about the different types of flooring and Phil was so informative throughout the whole process. We had one contractor tell us one thing and another tell us something else and Phil was always there to help clarify ... he even talked to our contractor personally once we decided on one to answer some questions he had with installation! The color of this floor is gorgeous and we get complements every time we have people over, so so happy we chose this one. Can't recommend this company enough! Thanks guys!

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