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Home Legend Distressed Kinsley Hickory 3/8 in. Thick x 5 in. Wide x 47-1/4 in. Length Click Lock Hardwood Flooring (26.25 sq.ft/cs)
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Distressed Kinsley Hickory 3/8 in. Thick x 5 in. Wide x 47-1/4 in. Length Click Lock Hardwood Flooring (26.25 sq.ft/cs)

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  • 7-layer finish provides protection from everyday wear and tear
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$2.98 /sq. ft.
Covers 26.25 sq. ft.
$78.22 /case

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Distressed 3/8 in. Click Lock Hardwood floors are sealed with a 7-layer aluminum oxide finish, providing protection from everyday wear. This product has achieved GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certification and has been tested for more than 10,000 volatile organic compounds, including formaldehyde, to meet these standards. The glue less installation is easy and economical; above grade, on grade and below grade. Hand scraped flooring is sculpted by hand to create vivid texture and unique richness of characteristics in each plank. The elegance and look of the floor will create a beautiful illusion in your home.

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  • Wood Species: Hickory
  • 3/8 in. Thickness x 5 in. Width x up to 47-1/4 in. Length Planks (Case may contain random length planks)
  • 26.25 sq. ft. per case. Case quantity: 16. Case weight: 48 lb.
  • Construction: High Density Fiberboard (HDF) Hardwood Flooring
  • Prefinished Hickory Kinsley, Medium Color, Distressed Finish
  • Planks have a beveled edge
  • Janka wood hardness rating/resistance to denting: 1820
  • Appropriate Grade for Installation: All Grades
  • Installation: Floating, glue-down
  • Residential use
  • 55-year residential warranty
  • Don't forget your coordinating trim and moldings
  • 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
  • Please use Internet # 203190641 to order a take home sample of this product
  • Check out our helpful buying guide to learn more about hardwood flooring.

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Distressed Kinsley Hickory 3/8 in. Thick x 5 in. Wide x 47-1/4 in. Length Click Lock Hardwood Flooring (26.25 sq.ft/cs)
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Should I glue the joints when floating this floor on concrete using the recommended vapor barrier? And if yes...what type of glue should I use?

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May 6, 2016
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To be clearer.......I'm wondering if gluing the joints will make the seams waterproof.
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May 5, 2016
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I put 500 Sq Ft of this down. I have waterboard subfloor and I put down the AirGuard premium 3 in 1 underlayment with Microban under it. It has a moister barrier along with cushioning and it would help keep the floor warmer. I don't see why you would need to glue the boards together. They locked together quite well for me.
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May 5, 2016
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You can tape the seams when floating the floor.
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May 5, 2016
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The edges are waxed to help with water resistance. I used silicone on some of my joints but becuase of the wax I don't know how well it worked. I, just for fun poured some water on a some scraps and left it for a full day and nothing happened, not even a little.
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Can this product be nailed down?

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August 14, 2014
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nope, the planks lock in to place on 3 sides. you may glue it though.
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January 23, 2014
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I'm not sure about nailing down, but we did glue it down where we used it on a stair landing and it seems to be doing fine.
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January 23, 2014
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No, it is designed to be a floating floor. The boards have a special tongue and groove system that securely locks them together.
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This product is not suitable for nail down installation. Although designed as a floating floor, it can also be glued down but not nailed.
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do you need to put pad under floor when installing over concrete or should you glue it down

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January 23, 2014
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You will need an underlayment with a vapor barrier. The floor is designed to float.
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Use a pad.
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February 12, 2013
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When installing over concrete a moisture barrier must be installed. It can be chemically applied (sealed) or by laying 6 mil polyethylene sheets. When floating the floor, a foam pad underlayment can be used in addition to the moisture barrier to assist with preventing sound transfer. When gluing the floor a foam underlayment is not applicable.
Either installation method is acceptable.
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Instructions for installation are available at:
http://homelegend.com/products/hardwood/hickory-collection
Just click on the 'Installation & Warranty' tab and down the pdf instructions.
Some general thoughts for your consideration:
From my experience and product research, I would use click-n-lock for a floating floor and the tongue-n-grove for glue down. Both of these should be engineering hardwood for
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Instructions for installation are available at:
http://homelegend.com/products/hardwood/hickory-collection
Just click on the 'Installation & Warranty' tab and down the pdf instructions.
Some general thoughts for your consideration:
From my experience and product research, I would use click-n-lock for a floating floor and the tongue-n-grove for glue down. Both of these should be engineering hardwood for below grade application like basements.
For my application, I used click-n-lock over an underlayment that was on top of a vapor barrier. Meaning the 6 mil plastic was put down over the concrete; then the underlayment; then the click-n-lock floor.
One important thing to consider is the flatness of your concrete. The concrete must meet the requirement for the flooring chosen. I had to level several low spots with self leveling concrete. Read Less
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how many times can I refinish this floor and how thick is the veneer in mm?

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The finish layer is not very thick, I don't think you could sand and refinish it.
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The top layer of wood is only a millimeter or so thick. I don't believe these can be refinished like you would a solid wood floor.
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Please visit Home Legend website for more details. http://www.homelegend.com/installation
My thoughts: For the items shown in the picture, the surface is not smooth and would require quite a bit of sanding. The veneer on top is thin. Not sure you could get one sanding since surface is not smooth.
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Distressed Kinsley Hickory 3/8 in. Thick x 5 in. Wide x 47-1/4 in. Length Click Lock Hardwood Flooring (26.25 sq.ft/cs) is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 51.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from We Like Cartons we received had the 4 different lengths which we like. The boxes we bought last summer for another room had all 47" lenghts. Very happy with color/woodgrain variation yet all looked good as one floor. A few edges were damaged but able to work around. A few pieces had a slight bow which straightened when installed. Installed easily. Make sure floor is flat flat flat to avoid springy spots and squeaks.
Date published: 2016-08-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from As good as advertised Had shipped to store, not one piece damaged out of 7 cases, looked better in person than on the web, installation was incredibly easy, looks great in one of my kid's bedroom, probably going to do the other two kid' rooms with it as well. Used the orange underlay and it is fairly quiet, only been down two weeks but so far I am very happy with it
Date published: 2016-09-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pros: Looks good. Nice golden warm natural rustic wood grain appearance. I considered using lami... Pros: Looks good. Nice golden warm natural rustic wood grain appearance. I considered using laminate, but it still looks like plastic. Easy to install. The only significant work is trimming it around objects like door trim or, in my case, stone fireplace. Mid room runs are extremely fast and easy. Quiet (i used 3mm foam underlay). Cons: It does not lay directly on ground if floor is slightly uneven. Concrete floor had break lines where surface was slightly raised to sides of break lines. Walking on floor, I could feel it press down a fraction of an inch as I crossed that area. Not sure if planks will eventually change shape to conform to floor. Furniture or rugs weight will probably help. Unknown: Long term wear and durability. Only time will tell since I just installed it. Dropping cutlery and other objects on left over scrap pieces does dent them a bit. I soaked scraps underwater for 48 hours and wet parts HDF expanded, but returned to original size when dry.
Date published: 2016-12-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I've done three rooms so far with this flooring using a 2mm purple foam underlayment. The underl... I've done three rooms so far with this flooring using a 2mm purple foam underlayment. The underlayment is harder to put down than the flooring - it curls, it doesn't line up easily, it tears easily. The flooring goes down nicely - locks well. Very few damaged pieces. Most can be cut to remove the damage and used as the first or last piece in a row. Because it is thin (3/8") and floating, I notice creaking here and there but I don't care about it. I grew up in a house with oak flooring that creaked more. I scratched several pieces accidentally after installation. I used Minwax oil based walnut stain on the scratch and followed up by wiping on some polyurethane spar varnish which dries yellowish. Can't see where the scratches were except one where the scratch was deep into the wood underneath and there is a thin dark line of stain. Not bad, though. Where the flooring meets tile I put down a T strip using Loctite PL375 Heavy Duty Construction Adhesive. It worked better for me than Liquid Nails Floor Adhesive which seemed rubbery when it dries.
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Distressed Kinsley Hickory Flooring Installation Installation Contractors said this flooring was the easiest they have ever installed. The foreman took the info to purchase same for his own house remodeling project.
Date published: 2016-08-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good flooring with a caution Installed in Feb 2016. Floor looks great. Easy to install. The only downside is how the floor makes a snapping and crackling sound when you walk on it. I replaced a naildown 3/8" engineered wood floor that did not make any noise with this one. I used a premium sound underlayment and the subfloor was sanded flat. I wish I knew about this before I installed 1100sqft of it. I read that applying something like babypowder to the joints will stop this. You would think the manufactuer would have mentioned this as I have done some research and found quite a few posts on this subject. The good thing is no one can sneak around at night without me knowing. I would recomend this floor but with this caution.
Date published: 2016-04-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it! We had this flooring installed in our main living room and all of the bedrooms in our house, which was around 1200 square feet in all. It looks beautiful and has a high-end look about it despite it not being that expensive. Before we bought it, I read the reviews and saw that some people said it scuffed easily. My husband and I took the sample and beat it with a hammer (very scientific, I know) to see how soft it really was, and it held up just as well as the laminates we were looking at. The distressed look is perfect for hiding the scratches as well, although so far we haven't had any issues with scratches, even with my 80 lb dog running around on it. I'm really happy with the flooring and glad we chose a hardwood over a laminate.
Date published: 2012-12-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Looks great when done, did not know till after purchase it wasn't made in usa Looks great when done, did not know till after purchase it wasn't made in usa
Date published: 2017-01-05
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