BELLAWOOD 3/8" x 3" Brazilian Cherry Flooring Odd Lot
HUSBC3S38V-OD - 3/8" x 3" Brazilian Cherry Flooring Odd Lot
Select grade flooring will have the most uniform color with no knots, and the longest average length planks.
QUALITY GUARANTEE: NO formaldehyde is used in the manufacturing or construction of this flooring.
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Comments about BELLAWOOD 3/8" x 3" Brazilian Cherry Flooring Odd Lot:
good product, the coverage estimates are way off
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Q:what is rosy estimate, was the estimate to high or to low
A:I'm sorry. What is your question?
Q:Could I glue down this flooring over a thin engineered glue down over concrete? I don't want to remove the existing flooring just cover it. The edge elevations are not important.
A:Unfortunately I can not recommend this application for the following reasons;
Q:is this laminate?
A:BELLAWOOD 3/8" x 3" Brazilian Cherry is a solid cherry wood flooring product.
Q:Do you sell this product in other than the "Odd Lot" capacity. I need about 800sqft but I do not want to buy a pig in a poke, so to speak.
A:Right now it appears that we only have 3/4" solid Brazilian Cherry in first quality.
Q:Why can't brazilian cherry be installed with radiant heat?
A:Solid Brazilian Cherry has a natural characteristic to produce white spots called silica on the surface of the boards, this does not happen allot, but it can occur. Installations over radiant heat could cause silica spots to occur more often, for this reason it is not recommended over radiant heat systems.
Q:Is this considered free-floating or does it need to be glued down?
A:This product can be glued or fastened down only.
Q:What does one need to lay on above ground concrete - ie, pad, moisture barrier, etc. Out of the 1000+ sq ft does one get 755 sq ft good enough to lay down?
A:Since the 3/8" solid would need to be glued directly to the concrete you would need to use either a trowel on moisture barrier or an all in one adhesive with moisture barrier in one.
Q:glue on infloor heating?
A:No, not recommended for glue down or over radiant heat.CUSTOMER CARE 2