5" Shark Bay - Acacia - Hardwood Flooring

$3.99

$2.69 / SQFT

Product Description

Shark Bay acacia wood flooring was named for the Australian bay of the same name; home to the graceful 'sea cows' as well as a large area of stromatolites, for which it is best known. This acacia engineered wood comes in a soft brown color with undertones of gray, helping to create a subtle space.

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Specifications

  • Species: Acacia
  • Botanical Name: Leucophloea
  • Collection: Outback Collection
  • Surface Texture: Artisan hand scraped with distressing
  • Finish: 10 coats UV-cured aluminum-oxide
  • Construction: Engineered Wood
  • Connection Type: Tongue & groove
  • Installation Method: Floating, Glue Down, or Nail Down
  • Plank Thickness: 3/8" (10 mm) 
  • Wear Layer Thickness: 1 mm
  • Plank Width: 5" (127 mm)
  • Plank Length: 47" (1194 mm)
  • Green Features: CARB 2 Compliant
  • Warranty: Lifetime structural warranty, 25-year residential warranty
  • SQFT per box: 49.21
  • Weight per box: 64.15 lb
  • Radiant Heat Compatible: Yes
  • Janka Rating: 1500
  • Country of Origin: Taiwan

* Approximately 60% of boards in each box are 47". Starter boards are included in each box.

Customer Reviews

  • jonny
    cool floors May 23, 2016

    never seen this color before. very happy with my purchase.

  • Veronica
    My Floors Are a Big Hit! May 20, 2016

    I love my new floors from GoHaus. Whenever I have guests over, the first thing they comment on are how beautiful my floors are! It's been an amazing change - the carpet I had in before were disgusting! These floors are so modern and really have helped open up my house. I feel like I need to redecorate now! Thanks GoHaus!!!

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