Virginia Mill Works 3/4" x 3" Java Lyptus Hardwood Handscraped
Lyptus Hardwood is beautiful and comparable to mahogany and cherry in appearance with a fine grain, dramatic figure, and rich color. It is produced from South American Eucalyptus trees. Lyptus is certified as a fully renewable resource, totally obtained from forest plantations; this ensures that the hardwood is fully sustainable and grown in an environmentally responsible manner.
Colonial American homes were built with wooden floors that were sawn using basic hand-held tools. The hand-crafted workmanship that went into those floors can be found in Virginia Millworks handscraped floors.
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|Warranty: 30 years|
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If you have no one or thing living in your home then go for it, otherwise NO WAY, gets dirty every minute of the day, but beautiful when clean :)
Make sure wood is at room temp. before installing.
I had only 2 warped pieces out of 180 sq ft.This is an awesome floor. Installation is standard(went without any issues)Get an pnuematic nailer this will make it go almost effortless..
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Q:Where does this material come from?
A:This is a product of China.
Q:What does fine grain mean? I dont desire to see a lot of grain as in oak. I really like this flooring but if this shows a heavy grain I need to pick something else.
A:Has a medium texture and small to medium sized open pores. The grain tends to be straight and even. Also, since the wood is grown and pruned on a plantation, there tends to be few knots or other abnormal grain patterns.
Q:Is eucalyptus a hardy flooring choice? I have heard from several people that eucalyptus tends to split, is that the case with eucalyptus flooring as well? How durable is eucalyptus? Thank you :)
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:Can this floor be glued down?
A:Yes you can!