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Northern Coast Rock Cliffs Oak 3/4 in. T x 5 in. W x Random Length Solid Hardwood Flooring (20 sq. ft./case)

$5.99 /sq. ft.
Covers 20 sq. ft.
$119.80 /case
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  • Wide plank solid hardwood floor crafted in TN from real Oak
  • Scandinavian inspired premium designer collection
  • Durable anti-microbial finish has a life-time warranty
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About This Product

The Northern Coast Collection by Blue Ridge Hardwood Flooring is inspired by the muted tones and serene landscapes of nature that are captured by Scandinavian Design. The refined look of the Rock Cliffs Oak Solid Wide Plank Hardwood Floor features light warm brown tones, a smooth texture and organic wood variations. Crafted in the hills of East Tennessee from sustainably sourced Appalachian Oak, its timeless beauty is protected by a moisture-resistant, anti-microbial low-gloss aluminum oxide finish that is 10 times stronger than traditional urethane finishes. This premium flooring boasts a lifetime finish warranty, and the wood planks will last for the lifetime of your home. Solid hardwood can be recoated or stained another color in the future, making it a wise investment for your home and the environment. This product is FloorScore certified, which is the most recognized indoor air quality certification for hard surface flooring materials.

Highlights

  • Wood species: real domestic oak hardwood
  • 3/4 in. thickness x 5 in. width x random length planks
  • 20 sq. ft. per case and case weight: 56 lbs.
  • Construction: solid hardwood flooring
  • Prefinished oak natural, light color, low gloss, smooth finish
  • Planks have a micro-beveled edge/end
  • Janka wood hardness rating/resistance to denting: 1290
  • Appropriate grade for installation: On grade or Above grade
  • Installation: nail or staple
  • Residential use
  • Lifetime finish warranty
  • Don't forget your coordinating trim and moldings-refer to the Compatibility Chart listed under Additional Resources
  • 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 design cuts and patterns.
  • Hardwood flooring is a natural wood product; color of actual product may vary from images and samples depending on lighting and properties of the wood
  • Product is FloorScore certified meeting strict testing measures for indoor air quality (IAQ) requirements
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Product Information

Internet # 323901529

Model # 26154

Store SKU # 1009511736

Store SO SKU #1008957910

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Length (in.)

80 in

Product Thickness (in.)

0.75 in

Product Width (in.)

5 in

Details

Board Form

Plank

Color Family

Brown

Color/Finish

Rock Cliffs

Commercial / Residential

Residential

Edge Type

Micro-Beveled

Finish Type

Prefinished

Flooring Look

Wood Look

Flooring Product Type

Solid Wood Board

Gloss

Low Gloss

Hardwood Floor Features

No Additional Features

Indoor/Outdoor

Indoor

Installation Location

Above Grade/Wood Subfloor

Installation Locking Mechanism

Tongue and Groove

Installation Method

Nail Down

Installs Over Subfloor

Above Grade/Wood Subfloor

Janka Species Hardness Rating

1290

Length Type

Variable

Material

Oak

Minimum Acclimation Period

5 Days

Plank Width

Narrow plank (5 in or less)

Product Weight (lb.)

56 lb

Returnable

90-Day

Style

Coastal, Cottage, Farmhouse, Rustic

Texture/Surface

Smooth

Underlayment Options

Underlayment Required - Sold Separately

Water Protection

No Water Protection

Width Type

Fixed

Wood Grade

Common

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

Lifetime Finish Warranty

Questions & Answers

10Questions
caret
Q:The samples I received looks great in color but the finish feels slightly rough like they're not sanded. does the sample 100% reflect the finished product?
by|Mar 18, 2024
1 Answer
Answer This Question

A:  Please reach out to us by e-mail at customerservice@blueridgehardwood.com and we will try to assist you further.

by|Mar 19, 2024
    caret
    Q:Is this flooring suitable for a dry environment i.e. desert climate? I lie in the high desert, refrigerated air conditioning in the house. Very little humidity outside and average rainfall for us is about 8 to 10 inches yearly.
    by|Mar 17, 2024
    1 Answer
    Answer This Question

    A:  Thank you for your inquiry. This floor would not be the best flooring choice for your high desert climate since it requires a “normal” indoor relative humidity of 35-55%. This indoor relative humidity would be difficult for you to achieve and maintain in your location.

    by|Mar 18, 2024
      caret
      Q:Can you get a touch up stain to match this wood flooring?
      by|Feb 10, 2024
      1 Answer
      Answer This Question

      A:  Hello and thanks for contacting us. We do not have a specific color of stain pen to match the floor. We recommend the Varathane Stain Pens sold at Home Depot and can be purchased in stores or online. See link to the item below. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Varathane-1-3-oz-Wood-Stain-Warm-Tone-Touch-Up-Marker-Kit-347840/308350473

      by|Feb 12, 2024
        caret
        Q:What color floor are the pictures in the review?
        by|Dec 24, 2023
        1 Answer
        Answer This Question

        A:  Thanks for contacting us. The pictures in the review are of the Northern Coast Thin Ice. If you have other questions please e-mail us at customerservice@blueridgehardwood.com.

        by|Jan 3, 2024
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          Customer Reviews

          3.5 out of 5

          • 3.5 out of 10 reviews
          • 57% recommend this product
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          • Verified Purchase
          40 yr Building Contractor
          Recently completed installing 900 SF of this product. over 10% was warped, defective, worm holes, inconsistent finish, etc. 3 months after install this 5" wide oak plank started warping in several places. mainly in the perimeter of the rooms. Material was acclimated and installed in 40% humidity. Warranty Department for this manufacturer is running and hiding denying the product is faulty. They are saying that moisture has caused this problem which is not the case because 50 % humidity is this manufacturers upper limit. I will have to pay for repair to get this home completed and sold!
          by
          Response from Flooring ManufacturerMay 21, 2024
          Thank you for your comments. Per our conversation, the pictures you submitted to us as well as the one posted with this review clearly show cupping in the floor.

          This is a 100% natural wood floor. There is nothing a manufacturer of any hard surface floor can add or remove from the wood to keep it from reacting to its environment. Once the floor is installed it is 100% dependent upon the environment it is installed in. Since the boards were not cupped when they were installed, something in the home’s environment has created a moisture imbalance between the flooring planks and the sub-floor. The two most common causes are either acceptable moisture ranges were not present when the floor was installed (acclimation) or the surface of the flooring planks have been dried out due to a low relative humidity in the home. Over the long heating season, the home’s humidity levels can be reduced in very cold climates such as yours. These steps are even more important with today’s wider plank floors.

          Note per the flooring instructions and standard NWFA wood flooring installation guidelines:

          Maintain a normal temperature of 60-80 degrees F and a relative humidity of 35-55%. The use of a dehumidifier or humidifier may be required in some areas of the country to maintain these levels. Cupping, gapping, etc. can occur if a proper environment is not maintained.

          Additionally, there are detailed instructions provided in each flooring carton and posted on this site explaining the proper way to acclimate the floor prior to installation. Proper acclimation is determined by moisture level readings at the time of the installation, not by the length of time that the floor is acclimated. HDOnlineSupport
            Quality floor
            The floor is good quality with little to no knots, there are limited boards that have a darker gray tone. I needed 954 square feet, I ordered 1054 square feet, and I had two left over boxes as future spares. I used the roper compatibility chart to find a stair nose and transitional doorway pieces and we still used a metal transition between the hallway to the bathrooms.
            by
              • Recommended
              Terrible quality control
              We bought 1000sf of this hardwood. Many, many pieces had to be completely discarded due to flaws (open knots or holes, cracks, etc). Many flaws were marked with crayon or pencil as if they should have been pulled out of the production line but they made it into the box anyway. Also had lots of pieces with excessive sweep that couldn’t be straightened by nailing. Buy this stuff at your own risk.
              by
                Best finish + quality you can buy
                As a floor contractor for 40 years I have put down many types of flooring. This baked on aluminum oxide finish is a must for families with children + pets. There is no polyurethane that can hold up like this. 5" planks are harder to find + process than 2-3" ones but, the 1400 sq ft we laid were excellent. I was very pleased with how easy the floor went down. The colors matched well between boxes. I have not installed this quality of solid hardwood floor for this price ever. It is worth the money
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                  • Recommended
                  Wow! This absolutely amazing flooring
                  I am a general contractor. I have put in many types of flooring and this some of the best I've worked with. The coloring is very consistent. The lengths are longer than most other solid wood planks. I had no issues putting them together or nailing them down. It definitely has a Scandinavian feel as there is no yellow hue which you get on many red oak planks. I would never recommend a floor without an aluminum oxide finish. I have this in my own home and after 16 years it still looks great.
                  by
                    • Recommended
                    EVERY LONG piece was bowed sadly
                    Species = RED OAK with a thin layer of finish that gets messed up easily. The client wanted white oak + mostly long pieces. The wood acclimated in a (dry heated room). The long pieces were so heavily warped that staples + 18G brads were not enough to hold them in place to subfloor with glue. Had to use dowels and screws with a prybar with a bumper piece to push them in place so no gap in the previous run = more labor. Face grain dowels made from leftovers for the FORSTNER holes.
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                    Response from Flooring ManufacturerFeb 26, 2024
                    Thank you for your comments.

                    Boards that are slightly bowed (curved) or crooked are normal in solid flooring. They are not defective and can be installed. They will be held in place by the fasteners specified in the installation instructions. A pull bar may be needed to hold the planks into place while nailing.

                    It is not expected that an installer should have to use dowels and screws to install this floor as described.

                    The flooring planks are kiln dried to very tight standards prior to being finished and packed in the cartons. It would be impossible for boards that are extremely bowed (as described in this review) to fit in the carton at the time of manufacture. It sounds as if the planks were subjected to an extreme environmental condition once they left the factory.

                    All wood will respond to the current environment it is located in by expanding and contracting due to temperature and relative humidity levels. Per the first paragraph in the installation instructions: It is essential that the flooring be acclimated to the correct moisture content It is crucial that any solid flooring is acclimated/conditioned in the climate-controlled area where it will be installed until its moisture content reaches the specified levels (See Flooring Acclimation and Storage Section for details). This step allows the moisture content level in the floor to equalize with the home’s levels. Proper acclimation is determined by moisture level readings at the time of the installation, not by the length of time that the floor is acclimated. The wider the flooring plank, the more time it will take to acclimate properly. Failure to acclimate the floor correctly could cause the floor to crack, split, cup, etc. after installation. HDOnlineSupport
                      • Verified Purchase
                      Beautiful floor color. Consistent color throughout. Really nice quality wood.
                      by
                      • Verified Purchase
                      Great quality floor at a great price.
                      Great quality floor at a great price. We were nervous that the quality would not be that good at this price but we are really pleased. Be sure to lay out the planks from several cartons so you can mix the different lengths. We like that the floor is made in the USA and is real wood instead of fake.
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