Dali End Cap
Made on Laminated MDF hardwood, prefinished to coordinate with your floor.
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This finished the flooring job off nicely, because it matched the cork board flooring we installed.
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Q:Does this flooring have beveled edges and beveled ends or square edges?
A:Micro-bevel edges are present on all pre-finished flooring.
Q:Can this be sanded and refinished?
A:Yes we recommend a professional sand and finish expert would have to make the determination on site on which sanding process will be needed or which can be done to restore the floors shine.
Q:About how much adhesive is needed for a single box of flooring (22 sq ft)?
A:Bellawood ¾” solid flooring should only be nailed down to an approved subfloor, however the low profile flooring (5/16” to ½” thick) can be glued to plywood or to concrete substrates.
Q:Would you recommend this for kitchens?
A:This is Bellawood and would work wonderfully anywhere in your home with the 8 layer finish
Q:I'm planning to install in bathroom. This won't be a problem will it?
A:Due to the excessive moisture present in a full bath we cannot recommend any of our natural flooring or laminate products for this application, I would suggest one of our vinyl Tranquility products. We have a 2mm peel and stick and now a 4mm click together product that can go in full bath areas or where moisture is a concern. Thank you for your inquiry.
Q:what type of "finish" does this have. Gloss. high gloss, satin,? what would you use to fix scratches?
A:Our Bellawood floors are factory pre-finished with an aluminum oxide water-base urethane using a multi-step application process. (8) coats are applied to most domestic and exotic wood species and each coat is hard-cured using Ultraviolet (UV) light. Bellawood pre-finished flooring offers superior wear resistance and is backed by a limited 100-year warranty! (The exact formula is propietary information) The formula for the Bellawood finish is a custom mix that has a 50/50 gloss. The sheen you get is shinier than satin, but not as shiny as semi -gloss.
Q:Can this be used in basement
A:This is a solid 3/4" product designed to be nailed to a wood substrate.
Q:How does this product handle being installed over radiant floor heating?
A:For radiant heat applications we recommend the use of laminate flooring or engineered flooring first. For solid wood flooring quarter sawn lumber works well. The Bellawood Australian Cypress could work, but the home climate and the radiant heat system would have to be controlled and monitored. In many cases you will have to run a humidifier in the room when you have the radiant heat system running. The heat can dry out the moisture in the wood, thus making the floor board contract and shrink. If the planks loses too much moisture it can create checks or splits in the wood or finish, normally seen around the knots of Australian Cypress so it is very important to control your home environment to consistant levels between 60F to 80F and humidity between 30% to 50%. Turn on and off the heat system gradually so it does not cause shock to the flooring.
Q:what about pet stains
A:Pet urine contains uric acid and ammonia which can cause a finish to dull and can discolor a hardwood floor typically making it a dark or black color in appearance, especially if the pet urinates in the same spot over and over again. Cleaning with water and ammonia may not be a good idea as some urine contains ammonia so the animal will be attracted to the same spot again. Spot cleaning with a mixture of warm water and vinegar on a lightly dampened cloth will clean the floor and take care of the smell. Immediately after cleaning buff the area dry. A board replacement can be done for any damaged planks.
Q:I have either particle board or plywood on my groundfloor with a basement underneath (we haven't removed the carpet yet). Do we need to use an underlayment? If so, what type?
A:For solids you need only 15lb felt or red rosin paper. We recommend PS2 RATED OSB or Plywood. Particle board is fine for any "floating" laminate, engineered, or bamboo flooring. Otherwise it should replaced. Nails will not seat and hold well on particle board.