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Model EVS5231

Internet #203347631

Oak Gunstock 3/8 in. Thick x 5 in. Wide x Random Length Engineered Hardwood Flooring (30 sq. ft. /case)

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Colony Collection Gunstock - a traditional oak hardwood floor in a 5 in. width plank features a semi-filled face with micro beveled edges and ends. Can be installed in any room of your home on all levels. Easy care provided by the Bruce Dura-Luster plus Finish.

  • Wood Species: Domestic Oak Hardwood
  • 3/8 in. Thickness x 5 in. Width x Random Length Planks
  • Coordinate with trim and molding made for 3/8 in engineered wood flooring
  • 30 sq. ft. per case and case weight: 44 lbs.
  • Construction: 5 ply Engineered Wood Flooring
  • Prefinished Bruce Gunstock Low Gloss Semi-Filled Surface
  • Planks have micro edges and micro ends
  • Janka wood hardness rating/resistance to denting: 1290
  • Appropriate Grade for Installation: On, Above or Below Grade
  • Installation: Staple, float or glue-down
  • Residential use
  • 15-year finish warranty
  • Don't forget your coordinating trim and molding
  • All online orders for this item ship via parcel ground and may arrive in multiple boxes
  • It is recommended you purchase a minimum of 10% overage to account for cuts

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Oak Gunstock 3/8 in. Thick x 5 in. Wide x Random Length Engineered Hardwood Flooring (30 sq. ft. /case)
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What is the "waste factor" to allow when ordering? Total square footage needed plus 5%? or what?

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January 10, 2013
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Depends on the number of cuts or unique factors in your installation. However, for mine I ordered about 5% extra and that was fine. For a 400 square foot installation, I ended up with about a 5 gallon bucket filled with scraps, cut-offs, and waste. I also had enough boards left over to patch/fix any issues I have in the future.
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January 14, 2013
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Our wood floors are manufactured in accordance with accepted industry standards, which permit grading deficiencies not to exceed 5%. These grading deficiencies may be of a manufacturing or natural type. When flooring is ordered, 5% must be added to the actual square footage needed for cutting and grading allowance (10% for diagonal installations).
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January 11, 2013
Answer: 
Hello Slatman and thank you for your question.
You should allow 10% overage (square footage plus 10%) for cutting and future needs (replacement) for a standard flooring project. If you are installing the planks on the diagonal, allow up to 15% overage (square footage plus 15%).
Best wishes on your project.
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How many different sizes in random sizes and what are the lengths

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Memphis, TN, USA
March 4, 2014
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Sizes range from about 12" to 48", with 18, 24, 30, 36". Truly random, which is good if your sub floor is not perfect and it keeps cuts to a minimum when you get to the end.
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Click on the link below to view the product information.
http://www.floorexpert.com/Armstrong/fpoxpert.nsf/1cab1d292856c3cd85257b3000433b87/6ef9eae9555dbdc8852575b400540ffb?OpenDocument&Highlight=0,EVS5231
I hope this information is helpful
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Is this item enginneered flooring that can be installed in a basement?

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Three Rivers, MI
June 20, 2013
Also, how is this item installed? glue or nails? Is there any kind of a substrate needed over concrete?
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Armstrong (mfr.) says it can be installed in a basement. However, a vapor retarder (plastic sheet) should be placed over the concrete slab before the wood is laid. That shouldn't be a big deal because you are recommended to use an underlayment under the wood before it is installed anyways. The underlayment is a very thin foam sheet, that is 3' to 4' wide, comes in rolls, and you can buy in the flooring Read More
Armstrong (mfr.) says it can be installed in a basement. However, a vapor retarder (plastic sheet) should be placed over the concrete slab before the wood is laid. That shouldn't be a big deal because you are recommended to use an underlayment under the wood before it is installed anyways. The underlayment is a very thin foam sheet, that is 3' to 4' wide, comes in rolls, and you can buy in the flooring department, right next to this wood floor. Just tape all the seams between rolls when you install it. No staples, nails, or glue. You just insert the tongue in the groove, fold it flat, and it's locked. I was a little suspicious about it myself, but it works! Read Less
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It can be installed in a basement however, basements and crawl spaces must be dry and well ventilated.
I am providing the complete installation instructions for the installation of this product.
http://www.floorexpert.com/Armstrong/fpoxpert.nsf/fa8b05540df3359785256eba00710744/4a00fdd793de48f8852573f0006987e7?OpenDocument
You can staple, float or glue down this floor. You can install this over Read More
It can be installed in a basement however, basements and crawl spaces must be dry and well ventilated.
I am providing the complete installation instructions for the installation of this product.
http://www.floorexpert.com/Armstrong/fpoxpert.nsf/fa8b05540df3359785256eba00710744/4a00fdd793de48f8852573f0006987e7?OpenDocument
You can staple, float or glue down this floor. You can install this over concrete, however there are steps that you will have to take for a successful installation over concrete. This is all included in the installation instructions. I hope this information is helpful.
Thank you. Read Less
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Is this item going to be restocked?????

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I have check with the manufacturer and it appears as though as of right now the material is on a back order status at least till mid to end of August.
I hope this information is helpful.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Professional look I installed this in a 250' room. I ordered 10% more than I needed but had very little waste. Random length planks made it easy to lay out. Follow the directions and go slow. The floor looks great. February 7, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Looks nice We shopped this flooring at several stores. Turns out HD had the best price and other places wouldn't price match it (HD was slower on the time to ship it). The floor boards have some manufacturing issues. Some boards have slivers of wood left over from when they mill the tongues and grooves. (If you don't get all those tongues and grooves perfectly clean/clear, the floor boards have trouble locking and laying flat.) Once you get past that issue, this floor goes down pretty well. It does look good, but I agree with some other comments I have seen on line about engineered floors. It does sound & feel a little cheap and hollow. However, you get what you pay for, it is less money than a real hardwood floor. It took me and a friend two days to lay 400 square feet in three rooms (kitchen, dinning,and breakfast). I had to spend about another 1/2 day reinstalling wall molding and trim. My wife really likes it! Manufacturer's instructions weren't very good. July 31, 2013
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