Casa de Colour 3/4" x 2-1/4" Studio Black Oak
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I was worried when my wife selected the black studio oak from [...], that the front room would be too dark. I was wrong. It is so much brighter than the 40 year old white pine "builder's" floor. I really like how the floor turned out. I lay hardwood floors the old-fashioned way, by drilling the nail holes and nailing the flooring down with a hammer, no glue or staple guns for me.
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Q:Is the Casa de Colour 3/4" x 2-1/4" Studio Black Oak interlock and click installation?
A:No this flooring would have to be nailed or installed over Elastilon which would give you the floating floor application option but there are no locking mechanism on the tongue and grooves of this flooring
Q:I have a high traffic kitchen that I want black hardwood, engineered or bamboo. Which would be the most durable or are they mostly the same?
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:Do any domestic hardwood flooring products have the aluminum oxide factory finish? Could you recommend a couple of products? Thanks
A:Actually all of our prefinished floor products have aluminum oxide in the finish.
Q:Does this flooring have a flat edge or a beveled edge?
A:Yes. All prefinished hardwood flooring has a micro-bevel.
Q:I am interested in purchasing wood flooring for my home. I will be using it in my kitchen as well. I have small dogs which sometimes have accidents on the floor. What is the best type of wood flooring that can stand up to a high traffic kitchen as well as my dogs? I want something that is black or very dark in color.
A:You can also use Hard species of solid and engineered hardwood flooring like Brazilian Teak, Brazilian Walnut, Natural Strand Bamboo, Acacia, Brazilian Cherry, and Hickory. Many people even have Red Oak and White Oak flooring in there homes with dogs. The key to protecting your flooring from dog scratches is to trim their nails or cover them with vinyl claw covers. www.softclaws.com
Q:We have a floor that looks like this one and we bought it at lumber liquidators several years ago, but I think it was called hickory, but it is black in color. I am having a hard time keeping it clean. It show water spots easily and not sure how to clean it properly. Please give me some suggestions. Thanks. Karla.
A:Unfortunately a black colored floor can as difficult to keep up than a pure white one.