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Hand Scraped Oak Gunstock 3/8 in. T x 4-3/4 in. W x 47-1/4 in. Length Click Lock Hardwood Flooring(24.94 sq. ft. / case)

$3.28 /sq. ft.
Covers 24.94 sq. ft.
$81.80 /case
  • Take home sample: Internet # 203190564
  • Janka hardness rating of 1360
  • Floating or glue down installation

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Hand Scraped 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 glueless 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: White Oak
  • 3/8 in. Thickness x 4-3/4 in. Width x up to 47-1/4 in. Length Planks (Case may contain random length planks)
  • 24.94 sq. ft. per case. Case quantity: 16. Case weight: 46 lb.
  • Construction: High Density Fiberboard (HDF) Hardwood Flooring
  • Prefinished Oak Gunstock, Medium Color, Hand Scraped Finish
  • Planks have a beveled edge
  • Janka wood hardness rating/resistance to denting: 1360
  • 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# 203190564 to order a Take Home Sample of this product

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Hand Scraped Oak Gunstock 3/8 in. T x 4-3/4 in. W x 47-1/4 in. Length Click Lock Hardwood Flooring(24.94 sq. ft. / case)
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Do you have to acclaimate Home Legend Hand Scraped Oak Gunstock engineered hardwood floors? How long?

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Ellenwood, GA
September 22, 2013
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August 24, 2014
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Three days in the room that you're installing it in.
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Yes, usually 3 days minimum in most states
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September 26, 2013
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The instructions that come with the product says you don't have to acclimate it to the room.
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Minimum acclimation time is 72 hours. For complete detail see the installation guide at HomeLegend.com
http://www.homelegend.com/pdf/installation/Installation%20Instruction%20Hardwood%20Eng%20HDF%20Rev.1%20126.pdf
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what is the best underlayment for this floor

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September 26, 2013
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Well, each type of underlayment seems to have their own selling points. Some tout their product as being quieter, but I've never had a problem with noise and I used the cheapest 25 cent per square foot 1/8" foam underlayment rather than the more expensive foam underlayment.
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October 31, 2012
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Depends on the subfloor and your goal but I would recommend Black Jack for the best value. It cuts noise and moisture without additional plastic layers. If you are on concrete, or perhaps any first floor application, you need to think about underlayment with moisture barrier. If you are on a second floor, moisture is not a big concern, but noise may be. I am not sure what the best answer is for the Read More
Depends on the subfloor and your goal but I would recommend Black Jack for the best value. It cuts noise and moisture without additional plastic layers. If you are on concrete, or perhaps any first floor application, you need to think about underlayment with moisture barrier. If you are on a second floor, moisture is not a big concern, but noise may be. I am not sure what the best answer is for the second floor but I use Black Jack there also and it does a great job on muffling the sound of a hard floor. Just make sure to get any squeaks out of the subflooring before you lay the underlayment....also check for any low or high spots that need to be addressed....floor leveling compound for concrete but fixing low spots in a wood subfloor can get expensive depending on the cause and the size of the affected area. If its not a serious low spot on wood subfloor, you can just slide in a custom fit piece of BlackJack in the low spot. Read Less
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The answer to your question depends on what purpose you want the underlay to serve. If you're looking for cushioning or insulation, polyethylene foam would be best. If you're looking for anti-fungal, anti-microbial, cork would be a great choice. If you're seeking anti-water, it could be from either of the aforementioned choices. As long as the underlayment used is designed for that purpose, and is not Read More
The answer to your question depends on what purpose you want the underlay to serve. If you're looking for cushioning or insulation, polyethylene foam would be best. If you're looking for anti-fungal, anti-microbial, cork would be a great choice. If you're seeking anti-water, it could be from either of the aforementioned choices. As long as the underlayment used is designed for that purpose, and is not thicker than 3mm, it can be used. Read Less
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May 29, 2012
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Hello bl and thank you for your question
Home Legend Hand Scraped Oak Gunstock Click-Lock Hardwood Flooring will require a different underlayment depending up on your subfloor.
For concrete subfloors, use an underlayment with a plastic moisture barrier attached for best results. A plywood subfloor needs a foam underlayment.
Complete installation instructions, including underlayment installation on Read More
Hello bl and thank you for your question
Home Legend Hand Scraped Oak Gunstock Click-Lock Hardwood Flooring will require a different underlayment depending up on your subfloor.
For concrete subfloors, use an underlayment with a plastic moisture barrier attached for best results. A plywood subfloor needs a foam underlayment.
Complete installation instructions, including underlayment installation on page 2, can be found here: http://www.homelegend.com/pdfs/2012/HDF%20Valinge%20Click%20Wood%20Installation%20Instructions.pdf.
Best wishes on your project. Read Less
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worried when gone with a pet pees on the floor will it warp or blister if not cleaned up right away. had laminate before and thats what happen.

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is this floor better than laminate against water damage when something is spilled on or pet has accident on and not cleaned up right away
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If you use a joint sealer, how often would it need to be reapplied to prevent moisture from seeping through?
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Like laminate flooring this product has an HDF core and will respond to negatively to moisture. For areas of the home that are have more likelihood of experiencing moisture, it is recommended to use a joint sealant during installation as an extra layer of protection.
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Like laminate flooring this product has an HDF core and will respond to negatively to moisture. For areas of the home that are have more likelihood of experiencing moisture it is recommended to use a joint sealant during installation to add a layer of protection.
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Can the Engineered option be glued down? We are on a concrete slab.

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June 20, 2013
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I suppose you could glue down the flooring, but it would be better to install it on top of underlayment/subfloor (with a water barrier) and some space along all edges so that the floor can shrink and expand with changing temperatures.
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September 26, 2013
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I don't know why you would want to glue it down. It doesn't matter what kind of floor it is, you can float an engineered hardwood floor over concrete easily and safely, as long as it's the click lock variety of engineered hardwood. We did this in our family room, which is on a slab, 6 years ago with no problems. Gluing would be something I would want to avoid, it can be messy as well as harder to Read More
I don't know why you would want to glue it down. It doesn't matter what kind of floor it is, you can float an engineered hardwood floor over concrete easily and safely, as long as it's the click lock variety of engineered hardwood. We did this in our family room, which is on a slab, 6 years ago with no problems. Gluing would be something I would want to avoid, it can be messy as well as harder to uninstall. However, even click lock engineered hardwood CAN be glued down if you want to go that route for some reason, as well as nailing or stapling it down on a plywood floor. But I think the floating floor method with the click lock kind of flooring is a very good method of putting down engineered hardwood, and it's much easier than gluing tongue and groove type flooring. Make sure you get a click locking product if you want to float the floor. If you get tongue and groove like solid hardwood has you will definitely have to glue it. Read Less
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June 21, 2013
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Hi there Kera,
You can indeed. This isn't always the case for engineered though so be sure to double check on the product and manufacturer before proceeding with it unless you're using this product, in which case you're good to go!
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 40 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent and easy to install We purchased and installed 15 boxes of this flooring. Material is rugged and has a nice hand scraped surface. August 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The most beautiful flooring!! It looks sooooo good very pleased have had it in part of our home 5 years stil looks great. finished the other rooms. It is beautiful August 10, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Looks great, scratches easy We had this installed a month ago and it is already scratched. Luckily, I wanted character, so this is not an issue for me. Looks great!! August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great look We also did our bedrooms couldn't be more happy.I would. Recommend January 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Fabulous Look My husband, myself and my young preteen son installed this flooring yesterday in our family room. It was so easy to install! Prepping the floor took the longest time. The best part was it was more than worth the cost. We were fortunate to get it for $35 a box on sale. This flooring looks great and the engineered wood allows multiple choices of installation. Much better than the look that you get from laminate flooring. Definitely would recommend. April 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Beautiful Love this flooring its so beautiful and easy to install June 7, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by DO NOT BUY Bought this flooring for my office in my basement. Had it installed and it looks so nice but let me warn you, it is very easy to scratch. Doesn't take much at all to ding, dent or scratch it. Very easy to mar or scratch. I have about $2,000 with installation in it and I wish I had my money back. I would invest in a much more durable product. If you don't plan to use it daily and take great care using pads under furniture legs then it might be a good choice. Otherwise I am out $2,000 and will be ready to change it out soon a year later. May 3, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great floors These floors are great, easy to clean, easy to install, and look good just about anywhere you put them. I have them throughout the house and in the kitchen and they stand up very well to water. The only drawback of these floors is that they can scratch very easily if you are trying to move something heavy on them but that is most wood floors, so can't complain too much about that. May 17, 2016
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