Schön Engineered 1/2" x 5" Red Oak Engineered
Wood floors and water don't mix. But, Schön Engineered Floors are a perfect match for all areas of the home including those with a higher moisture content like: basements, bathrooms, kitchens, concrete sub-floors, and below grade installation. Made from several layers of wood bonded together, Schön Engineered Floors overcome typical moisture related reactions remaining flat and intact, in addition to looking exactly like solid wood floors once it is installed! Schön Floors come in beautiful exotic and domestic species and a 30 year warranty.
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Looks great, easy install, fabulous price!
This floor is perfect for my new kitchen--just don't roll the refrigerator over it! That was an oops on my part--should have known better. I don't think a solid floor would have dented as badly as this did.
Service and delivery comments:
The floor arrived at your store before I expected it and it was in perfect condition. I needed an additional box to finish the job and it arrived even faster. As usual, the guys in your Buffalo store are great. They always answer my questions and have some good suggestions.
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Q:Just installed the Schon flooring and want to preserve the beautiful new finish! What product(s) can I use to seal the surface before moving the heavy furniture back in?
A:We can only recommend our Bellawood Floor Cleaner, or cleaners that are safe for water based urethane finishes. Never use any polish, wax, oil soaps or cleaners that add shine to the floor. You could reseal prefinished flooring after it is installed, but this would void the finish warranty on the flooring and create extra expense for you after already buying a new floor with a 20, 30, or 50yr finish warranty. Adding a new finish won’t prevent all moisture from going into the seams. Wood will expand and contract with climate changes. If the flooring were to contract later and create seasonal gapping, a spill can cause water to get into the gaps. It is best to only add a new finish when the old finish starts to wear more than you like or if you have a lot of scratches you want covered up. We recommend that you use a professional sand and finish expert if you did decide to add a new finish to the flooring. Thank you for your inquiry.
Q:What are the lengths that you will find in these boxes, i know they are 4 foot boxes but are all the pieces 4 foot are is it 4, 1 1/2, 2 1/2, etc?
A:These boards are all 43" long.