Unfinished Brazilian Cherry, 5/8" Select Engineered Hardwood
A Select Grade engineered hardwood floor, that look and feel exactly like solid wood. Plankfloor have a wear surface that’s four times greater than a traditional engineered wood product because we take fine hardwood lumber and saw it into a 3/16" hardwood wear layer, which is comparable to solid 3/4" wood flooring. Because it’s an engineered product, unsightly seasonal gaps and other problems often associated with solid wood are reduced.
How to order: (solid by Full Boundle)
1) Select your Hardwood Width
2) Enter Quantity in Bundle
This unfinished engineered hardwood floor combines the look and performance of solid wood with the tability and versatility of engineered hardwood flooring.
Plankfloor features a wear layer of 3/16" sawn lumber atop a multi-ply hardwood core. The result is flooring more stable than traditional solid hardwood.
The Plankfloor Advantage
*Plankfloor is easy to install on any level of your home - below, on, or above grade using the nail down, staple down, glue down, or floating methods.
*This Plank floor is unfinished, providing the flexibility to choose the color or stain that best complements the look of your home.
*Plankfloor solidly engineered hardwood flooring is the uncompromising choice for bringing the beauty of hardwood flooring to places you never thought possible.
*Plank floors are manufactured in convenient longer lengths—up to 8' long.
Facts of Species
American Cherry (Prunus serotina)
Cherry trees belong to the rose family. Cherry wood varies from rich reddish brown to creamy white. The color of a Cherry floor will darken over time as it is exposed to light. The warm, country home wood floor.
Australian Cypress (P. Brutia)
Australian Cypress has a beautiful golden hue. The color ranges from creamy sapwood to golden brown heartwood. It is best recognized by its abundance of tight, dark knots. Australian Cypress is ideal for a casual environment — everything from a den to a loft apartment. This hardwood makes a strong statement.
Brazilian Cherry (Eugenia uniflora)
A very hard and stable South American species with colors ranging from salmon-red to orange-brown. Color varies slightly by region. Over time, sunlight stabilizes the species to a rich russet to reddish-brown color. The aged wood also frequently exhibits rich dark streaks, which adds to the beauty and character. Versatile exotic wood, from casual to contemporary.
Eucalyptus (Genus Eucalyptus)
Our environmentally friendly Eucalyptus is grown on plantations in Brazil and is ready for harvest in less than 16 years. These trees are also pruned routinely to minimize knots. The wood itself has yellow, brown, and red hues. It resembles Mahogany with its softly rolling grain but has the hardness of Oak. From ultra modern to formal flooring design.
Hard Maple (Acer saccharum, Acer nigrum)
Hard Maple prefers northern climates. Its tight grain and hardness makes it a popular wood for gymnasium floors, cutting boards, and the heels of women's shoes. A clean and contemporary hardwood floor.
Hickory (Carya spp.)
The first strictly American hardwood species - since it survived the Glacial Epoch some 50 million years ago. Hickory is the hardest, heaviest, and strongest American wood. Its natural color is white to a reddish brown with fine brown lines. It stains and finishes well. A rustic, casual, American heritage hardwood flooring.
Red Oak (Quercus spp.)
Quercus means “a fine tree.” Red Oak grows throughout the Northern and Eastern hardwood forests. It accepts stain very evenly. Its natural color ranges from white to light brown to pinkish/reddish brown.
An American classic hardwood floor.
Red Oak Rift/Quartered (Quercus spp.)
Quercus means “a fine tree.” Red Oak grows throughout the Northern and Eastern hardwood forests. It accepts stain very evenly. Its natural color ranges from white to light brown to pinkish/reddish brown. American classic wood.
Santos Mahogany (Cabriuva)
This species is commonly grown throughout Central and South America. Its color varies from light salmon to reddish brown but ages to a reddish brown. The wood features attractive striped graining and spectacular rays when quarter sawn. Exotic elegance hardwood floors.
Sapele (Entandrophragma Cylindrium)
This species is native to Tropical Africa, specifically the Ivory Coast and Nigeria. Sapele posses a dark red color with a textured fine grain. Sapele is also desired for its figured somewhat wavy grain patterns. Uniquely elegant hardwood.
Walnut (Juglans nigra)
Walnut trees grow in the Eastern and Central United States. Its natural color ranges from a creamy white to a dark chocolate brown. It develops a rich patina and grows more lustrous with age. Walnut also finishes very well. Walnut is often used with light colored woods (such as Maple) to create a dynamic contrast. The true American elegance hardwood floor.
White Oak (Quercus spp.)
Quercus means “a fine tree.” White Oak grows throughout the Northern and Eastern hardwood forests. It accepts stain very evenly. Its natural color ranges from white to light brown to pinkish/reddish brown.
An American classic wood Flooring.
White Oak Rift/Quartered (Quercus spp.)
Quercus means “a fine tree.” White Oak grows throughout the Northern and Eastern hardwood forests. It accepts stain very evenly. Its natural color ranges from white to light brown to pinkish/reddish brown. American classic hardwood.
|Collection||Unfinished Engineered Hardwood Flooring|
|Style Name||Unfinished Brazilian Cherry, 5/8" Engineered|
|Country of Origin||USA|
|Wear Layer||3/16" Plain-sawn|
|Width||3", 4", 5" & 6"|
|Length||1' to 8' (Random)|
|Packaging||3", 4" & 6": 23.50 SF/Bundle & 5": 25.50 SF/Bundle|
|Edge Type||Square Edges and Ends|
|Grade||Select and Better|
|Installation Method||Glue, Nail or Staple|
|Where to Install||Below, On or Above Ground Level & over Radiant Heat System|
|Available Trims||Quarter Round, Reducer, T-Molding, Threshold & Stair Nose|
|Install Over Radiant Heat||Yes|
|Price / Sq. Ft.||$9.49|
|Sq. Ft. / Carton||223.02|
|Freight to CFM||$100.00|
|Freight to Customer||Please call (310) 481-0611 for Freight Charge|