Virginia Mill Works Engineered 3/8" x 5" Burnished Acacia Handscraped
Add depth and design to your home with the dramatic look of Burnished Acacia handscraped flooring from Virginia Mill Works. The 5 inch wide planks are prefinished in a combination of rich, dark brown and deep mocha, with the fine graining and striking swirls characteristic of Acacia. Pair this luxurious floor with light furnishings to make it a focal point in your décor.
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QUALITY GUARANTEE: This flooring meets or exceeds rigorous emissions standards such as California CARB.
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Q:How thick is the veneer layer on this product?
Q:What size trowel do i use if installing this flooring with EXPRO+ adhesive. The adhesive has 2 sizes one for < 3/8 and another for > 3/8. Confused because the board size on this is 3/8. Thanks
A:If your subfloor is very flat use the < 3/8, if un level- but still within flatness guidelines use the > 3/8 being aware that excess glue can squeeze up between this low profile using the taller notch.
Q:I would like to purchase burnished acacia engineered wood on sale for $2.99/sq ft. Please advise if this product and material is made in America or China.
A:This flooring is Made in China and it is not included in the 60 Minutes allegations.
Q:what is the janka score on this product?
A:Engineered Hardwoods and the Janka Scale.
Q:Hi, I would like to install floor in dinning room, tv room, leaving room. I have one child and two running dogs and cat. Is this material is strong enough for my family. I am afraid about scratches?
A:Despite today's advanced technology, water spills, dirt and other abrasive substances can damage a wood floor's finish. Location, traffic patterns, how often the floor is vacuumed and cleaned, children and/or pets are all factors that influence wear and durability.