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Vintage Maple Natural 3/8 in. x 4-1/4 in. Wide x Random Length Engineered Click Real Hardwood Flooring (20 sq. ft./case)

$3.98 /sq. ft.
Covers 20.00 sq. ft.
$79.60 /case

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This durable prefinished engineered click real maple floor is easy to install. Simply engage the long sides at an angle and press down. The flooring is crafted of five layers of solid wood permanently bonded together in a cross-ply design. No HDF or other fiber boards are utilized. The stability of this construction provides superior strength, humidity resistance, and installation options (glue-less, floating, or glue down). The aluminum oxide finish provides 10 times more abrasion resistance than ordinary urethane finishes. Vintage floors may contain naturally occurring light and dark wood colors plus grain variations. Expertise and experience assure a beautiful, high, quality floor. Our company has been manufacturing wood floors to exacting standards in Johnson City, Tennessee for over 110 years. This product is CARB Phase II Certified.

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  • Wood Species: Real Domestic Maple Hardwood
  • 3/8 in. Thickness x 4-1/4 in. Width x Random Length Planks up to 47-1/4 in.
  • 20 sq. ft. per case and case weight: 28 lb.
  • Construction: 5 ply cross grain Engineered Wood Flooring
  • Prefinished Natural Light Color, Medium Gloss, Clear Finish
  • Planks have micro beveled edges
  • Janka wood hardness rating/resistance to denting: 1450
  • Appropriate Grade for Installation: Above Grade, On Grade or Below Grade
  • Installation: Float or glue-down
  • Residential use
  • 55-year finish warranty and lifetime structural manufacturer's warranty
  • Don't forget your coordinating trim and moldings
  • Shipping: 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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Is this flooring supposed to creak when walking on?

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No it should not. We used the premium underlayment and have been very disappointed with this product. It is too weak and flexes too much which causes the squeaking. The last flooring I had used was glued as each piece was installed this worked out great. That floor was 1/2" with an 1/8" wear layer. This Vintage Maple product is 3/8" with a 1/16" wear layer. We were fooled by the look of the wood which is Read More
No it should not. We used the premium underlayment and have been very disappointed with this product. It is too weak and flexes too much which causes the squeaking. The last flooring I had used was glued as each piece was installed this worked out great. That floor was 1/2" with an 1/8" wear layer. This Vintage Maple product is 3/8" with a 1/16" wear layer. We were fooled by the look of the wood which is nice but that is where it ends. This product is not suitable for flooring. Read Less
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October 4, 2014
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No. If flooring is installed correctly and if subflooring is sturdy, there should be no creaking.
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December 29, 2013
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No, but some of ours does. We called the company and they said that over time it will get better. In some areas it has and some areas it hasn't. We also had the wood acclimate for about 2 weeks before installing and it didn't make any difference.
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December 4, 2013
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Floating floors may exhibit occasional settling noises due to the inherent movement of the floating system, but you would not expect to have consistent or widespread noise. Such noise is most often related to excessive movement in the flooring, so insuring that subfloors are sufficiently flat is key. Floors should be flat to 3/16" per 8' span. Additionally, insure that proper expansion spacing is allowed Read More
Floating floors may exhibit occasional settling noises due to the inherent movement of the floating system, but you would not expect to have consistent or widespread noise. Such noise is most often related to excessive movement in the flooring, so insuring that subfloors are sufficiently flat is key. Floors should be flat to 3/16" per 8' span. Additionally, insure that proper expansion spacing is allowed around the perimeter and that the floor is not "trapped". Read Less
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can black felt paper be used as underlayment between subfloor and this engineered hardwood

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I would not use an underlayment made for a roof on my floor. These floors are made to have some cushion underneath which helps when the floor floats over high/low areas that have not been sorted out with floor leveling products. The felt paper would not be enough cushion. I had used the plastic air entrained underlayment and that worked great for the fourteen years we lived in our last house. That said I Read More
I would not use an underlayment made for a roof on my floor. These floors are made to have some cushion underneath which helps when the floor floats over high/low areas that have not been sorted out with floor leveling products. The felt paper would not be enough cushion. I had used the plastic air entrained underlayment and that worked great for the fourteen years we lived in our last house. That said I would never use this Vintage Maple flooring again after our experience. This flooring scratches so easily you would not believe it. It will pit and dent just from putting a chair on it. We put felt pads under all of our chairs yet we still experienced some pitting which really looks bad. I am looking into to trying to finish over these places but the veneer is so thin you could easily sand thru it in a second. If I come across a way to safely finish these problems areas I will post it. In the mean time look for another company and product. This product is poorly made and should not be used on a floor anywhere. Don't be fooled by the "hardness rating" it is for the wood species not the product made with it. Fortunately this is not the case for all engineered products. If I could have found the flooring we had used in our last house I would have used it in this new one and saved myself money and aggravation. Read Less
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November 17, 2014
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For floating floors, an underlayment pad (foam, cork, etc) designed specifically for floating installations should be used. 15 lb asphalt saturated felt paper is only used as a vapor retarder under nail/staple installations.
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Black felt paper can be used, but it would not qualify it as an underlayment.
Felt paper is used just to make a smooth surface before installation.
The only time underlayment is needed is if you decided to install this floor as a floating system. If you glue or nail it down directly to the subfloor, then an underlayment isn't needed.
Again, only use an underlayment if you decide to float the floors. Read More
Black felt paper can be used, but it would not qualify it as an underlayment.
Felt paper is used just to make a smooth surface before installation.
The only time underlayment is needed is if you decided to install this floor as a floating system. If you glue or nail it down directly to the subfloor, then an underlayment isn't needed.
Again, only use an underlayment if you decide to float the floors. And using felt paper is not considered an underlayment, if this will be floated.
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Does it scratch all that easily? If i break a glass on the floor? My cocker spamiel paws ?Want in kitchen

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You will be absolutely amazed at how easily this flooring scratches. I swear you can scratch it by looking at it the wrong way. We are shoes off, no pets, very careful and still see scratches everywhere. I don't know how half of them got there. This product was not scratched when we put it down. If you buy this product put down plenty of throw rugs...everywhere!
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It will scratch easily. You have to be careful with it and a dog's paws are a serious danger to the wood.
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November 26, 2013
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All hardwood floors, even exotic species with extremely high hardness ratings, are susceptible to scratches and indentations. Pet nails should be trimmed regularly, and it may be beneficial to incorporate rugs/runners in their most heavily trafficked areas. You can see additional floor care tips here: http://goo.gl/FwCiE5
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What is the Country of manufacture of this product ?

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July 7, 2015
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All Millstead Wood Floors are made in the USA.
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July 6, 2015
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From my understanding, the floors are manufactured in the US (I believe Tennessee)
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Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 31 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not what the picture looks like. We purchased this product based on a sample in the store and the picture online. Neither are the same as the actual product. What we received is much lighter in color and and inch and a half wider than the sample in the store or what is depicted in the picture. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great floor This flooring worked out really well. It has a very good finish and is easy to install. I measured the area to be covered at 101 sq ft. So, based on the specification of 20 sq ft per box, I purchased 6 boxes. It turned out that each box contained 22 sq ft and I only needed 5 boxes. I returned the unopened box with no problems. If you use this product, you will need a good rubber mallet and taping block, along with a good pull bar (do NOT buy the flooring installation kit as I did. It is poorly designed and cheaply made. Ger the Roberts Pro pull bar and tapping block instead.) September 18, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Maple Flooring from a brunt out forest Now I know most of these reviews are fake. Rejecting more than half of this floor, does not even resemble maple. Home Depot needs to pull this line from their offering of flooring. Take a look at what to expect when you open a carton. August 5, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product Flooring was easy to install--the first row in the most difficult. Color was just as it appeared on the website. Good product. October 4, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great floor Homedepot (Alpena Mich) was great. They installed and did a great job of coordinating everything.t Use furniture pads to protect from scratches. Very high end look. November 13, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Absolutely Beautiful Flooring I bought 1000 sq.ft. online to cover the entire first floor of my home (890 sq.ft.). Two palettes containing 50 boxes arrived a couple of days later. I brought in all 50 boxes and let the wood acclimate for the recommended 3 days. After removing the existing carpeting and tack strips, I began installation, laying down the AirGuard Premium 3-in-1 underlayment first and following up with single rows of hardwood. I must say, it could not have gone much smoother. I installed all of the flooring on my own, including new the baseboards. Most of the wood was usable, but I would say that a good 2-to-3% of it had a black streak along either the left or right edge of a board, rendering it as scrap. You can see the streaks in one of the pictures I've attached. I'm not sure if this occurs during the machining process, or if I just got a bad batch, but it's something that needs to be addressed by the manufacturer. Not that many boards were warped...even still, I was able to use most of those. The only other detriment about this flooring that I can think of is that some of the boards do creak...but only a very few. I'm not sure how the changing weather will affect this, but it's not enough to bother me, considering how the overall project turned out. I get all kinds of compliments on the floor. I absolutely love it. I am now considering doing the second floor of my home with this same product, but I will wait awhile to let my knees recover a little bit. :D October 13, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great floors that look just like the online pictures Great product. Was afraid the floors would be different than online pictures but they were exactly as promised. Installation was easy and they ar beautiful. It was a little costly but once we seen the finished product we thought it was well worth it. April 27, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Easy, beautiful, but.... Product installs easily, looks amazing right after installation. Soft as butter...gauged already after light use, and I just installed it. Don't believe the hardness rating. Do not buy! You will regret it. Spend a little more money for better quality. I'm returning it. February 9, 2014
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