Just finished up the decking inside my 1978 Luhrs cabin cruiser. The job turned out great. The edging along the teak under the dinette still needs a molding, but I'll be adding that soon. Very nice product and I've already recommended it to my other boating friends.
BELLAWOOD 5/16" x 3" Select Golden Teak
We Redefined Quality, Again. We set the quality standard by introducing a groundbreaking finish so tough it allowed us to offer one of the first 50 year warranties. Others followed. So, we raised the bar again. Now Bellawood is backed by a Certified 100 Year Transferable Warranty that covers you and generations to come.
The warm, inviting glow of Golden Teak adds character to any room. Its breathtaking yellows and browns are matched by a straight and sometimes swirling grain, with gorgeous honey-brown lines and darker rustic areas spread throughout. Better yet, this exotic wood darkens over time before settling into a cozy and stunning golden tan.
About "Select Grade" Flooring
Crafted to a Higher Standard. Every board is milled to precise specifications to ensure ease of install and topped with our industry-leading scratch-resistant finish. In fact, quality control engineers walk over 12 miles a day inspecting each board, before and after the finishing process.
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Q:Would this flooring be a good choice to be installed on a concrete subfloor in a house (den, living room, foyer, bedroom) in northwest Florida where we have high humidity?
A:Yes it can. With proper testing, installation and care this flooring will last for years in this application. You can find complete care and installation instructions on the product page by clicking on the specs tab and then clicking on - Installation Guide.pdf Thank you for your question.
Q:Would this type of flooring work in a bathroom? If not, any suggestions?
A:Hardwood, engineered and bamboo is acceptable for installation in a bathroom, but we highly recommend you put a throw rug by the sink and tub because an excess of water can damage wood or any floor besides tile. Also you will need to wipe up any water as soon as possible. For a bathroom that is showered in everyday, especially by children, there is often just too much water on the floor as well as variance in the temperature and humidity for solid wood floorings. Good ventilation is a must.
Q:Can this flooring be glued down on concreate slab?
A:Yes it can.
Q:I have an earth contact house with concrete floors,can I install this flooring if I put treated plywood down first?
A:Please call our Tech and Installation Dept. @ (800) 366-4204 for a detailed answer to your question.
Q:Can I use Bellawood in my kitchen. Peggy
A:Yes, Bellawood works very well in a kitchen environment.
Q:i am looking for a product to floor my pool house. it has a concrete slab subfloor and will be subjected to dripping wet traffic.
A:With that much water I don't think our wood products would be a god choice.
Q:what is the allowable deviation for subfloor and recommended nailer
A:For wood subfloors • The final surface must be flat to within 3/16" in a 6' radius, or within ¼” in 10’. Subfloor must be securely nailed or screwed down to joists to prevent movement or squeaks. Install over 16” center-to-center joist sub-structure. Thoroughly inspect and replace existing floor or subfloor that shows evidence of water damage or structural weakness. Check for and repair any sagging or loose sections of a wood subfloor. Squeaky or loose boards should be re-nailed. An uneven or cupped wood subfloor is an indication of excess moisture, identify and correct. High spots may be planed or sanded down. Low spots should be cut out and repaired or may be filled with old pieces of firm vinyl or build up with 30 lb. black roofing paper. Do not fill low areas with cement patches as these will break down over time.