BELLAWOOD 3/4" x 3-1/4" Matte Brazilian Koa
Length: 1' - 7'
Finished to Last. Bellawood Matte is made for those who prefer the simple elegance of an oil-rubbed floor. It offers that low-gloss, oil-finished look without the need for constant re-oiling. Bellawood Matte is topped with a low-gloss version of Bellawood's industry-leading 100 year finish using a groundbreaking multi-layered, micro-particle process for superior wear and scratch resistance. So, go ahead, bring on life and everything that comes with it. Your Bellawood floor will stay beautiful year after year.
Bellawood - An Industry Leader in Durability and Design. Everything we do is about making a better floor. From selecting the most durable wood and bamboo the world has to offer, to our patented finishing process that gives our flooring best-in-class stain, gloss and scuff resistance. This means a Bellawood floor is 2X more scratch resistant and 4X more abrasion resistant than other brands. Plus, it is backed by a transferable 100 year warranty. When you choose Bellawood, you choose a lifetime of exceptional beauty and quality for your home.
This product is proudly finished in the USA.
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QUALITY GUARANTEE: NO formaldehyde is used in the manufacturing or construction of this flooring.
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We used this through out the main floor, living room, kitchen and family room. We have lots of different woods in the house such as oak kitchen cabinets and a mahogany dining room set. The Brazilian Koa brings it all together. It is warm and inviting.
Service and delivery comments:
The wood was available to pick up just as we were told it would be. They were helpful in loading the pickup also.
This stuff has a hardness rating of 2160. Oak is about 1300. We have a small galley kitchen that takes allot of abuse, so hardness was a major factor. You will get at least 50% in very prominent dark grain. We sorted the darkest and the lightest to go under the cabinets. The adjoining floor was a type of Utility Oak from 50 years ago, and this transitioned nicely. I drilled and screwed since it was such a hard wood. In 5 boxes, I got about 12 seven footers, and 25 one footers. For some reason there were allot of 27 inchers as well. All in all there was very little waste.