7.5" Tigerwood - Exotic - Hardwood Flooring


$3.89 / SQFT

Product Description

Just as the name suggests, Tigerwood is best known for its distinctive orange color and tiger-striped grain pattern. Predominantly grown in Mexico and parts of South America, Tigerwood grows to heights of 80 feet. As with most exotic woods, Tigerwood has a high Janka rating of 1850 which makes it a great contender for standing up to wear and tear.

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  • Species: Tigerwood
  • Botanical Name: Lovoa
  • 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: 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
  • Warranty: Lifetime structural warranty, 25-year residential warranty
  • SQFT per box: 26
  • Weight per box: 42.813 lb
  • Janka Rating: 1850
  • Radiant Heat Compatible: Yes
  • Country of Origin: Bolivia

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