BELLAWOOD Engineered 1/2" x 3-1/4" Select Brazilian Chestnut Engineered
BELLAWOOD- 1/2" x 3-1/4" Select Brazilian Chestnut Prefinished Engineered Flooring- 100 Year Warranty!
Brazilian Chestnut is one of the hardest and most
durable woods on the market. This wood's strength is coupled with
beautiful chocolate tones and exceedingly fine graining. It also
exhibits a vast range of rich color variations from a lighter
understated brown to sultry deep brown hues. This unique blend of
coloring has made the floor a top choice among discriminating home
owners. This flooring fills any room with an unrivaled warmth and
Bellawood Engineered Hardwood Floors feature a multi-ply cross-layered wood core and a solid 3 mm thick veneer(dry-sawn top layer). This construction design offers more dimensional stability for wide planks, making them less susceptible to the climatic effects of moisture or dryness.
Other benefits of Bellawood Engineered Hardwood Floors include:
- Easy installation directly on slab, subfloor, linoleum, or tile.
Best of all, Bellawood Engineered Hardwood Floors feature a Lifetime Structural Warranty and 100 Year Bellawood Finish Warranty!
We caught up with real Lumber Liquidators' customers who volunteered to discuss their floor shopping, buying and installation experiences. In no way did these customers receive compensation for their kind words. (They're speaking straight from the heart.)
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This is a great looking flooring. I have a two story house, cement foundation and wood subflooring on the second story.
I used glue (water barrier type) on the cement and that was the most difficult part about the entire project, other than tearing out the old carpeting.
When first using, the glue seems to get everywhere, the trick is going slow and steady. I would only place enough glue to lay down two - three rows at a time. We got better at using the glue each time.
Make sure you have new blades on your miter saw. You may also need a jigsaw (for certain areas with unusual angles)
I used an air compressor and floor nail gun on the top floor. Most importantly, take your time, if you do miscut a piece of wood, keep it! I guarantee you will more than likely use it at some point.
Lastly, I would go the extra step and remove all baseboards in the room I was installing the new flooring in. I put in new baseboards thereafter and the look great. I would not waste time, money and effort trying to undercut old baseboards