BELLAWOOD 3/4" x 5" Select Patagonian Rosewood
What makes Bellawood so Unique? We carefully hand select each species from regions across the globe that are known to produce denser woods and that exemplify the species' finest qualities. That's why we say, "It's more than hardwood. It's Bellawood."
Patagonian Rosewood is an extremely hard and dense wood, which offers great durability. Its color
ranges from cream to orange tones and over time changes to deep orange/reddish brown. Unique to this wood is its black pronounced
About "Select Grade" Flooring
It Taber Tested "the Best." When subjected to the industry sandpaper abrasion test, known as Taber Testing, Bellawood's durability results were more than double most comparably priced floors. There's good, there's better?and then there's Bellawood.
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QUALITY GUARANTEE: NO formaldehyde is used in the manufacturing or construction of this flooring.
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Q:Is the Patagonian Rosewood prone to change colors when exposed to light? For example, if we have a large area rug, will the portion exposed to light eventually be different than the portion under the rug after several years?
A:Wood products can be dramatic in appearance, especially the exotics. Only factory made products such as tile, vinyl, and wallpaper will have uniformity of color. Keep in mind that wood and corks are natural product and no two installed floors will be identical. Variations in appearance are completely normal and are a desired characteristic. As your floor ages, color or shading called “patina” can occur. This process can be rapid the first 3 months, less in 6 months, then finishing off in about I year. Moving the furniture and rugs around helps to even out areas that were not exposed to light. Try to avoid large area rugs for the first 3 months.
Q:The picture on the internet shows the wood to be light and the picture in the catalog shows a darker richer color. What's the real color?
A:This product question would be better answered by our Sales Department, they are more familiar with all of our flooring products and can better assist you with your questions.
Q:I notice that it has a very high Janka rating. Would this be the most resistant to a large dog's nails? Thank you!
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.