Shaw SW590 Ocala 5" Wide Smooth Engineered Hardwood Flooring with
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- Ocala Engineered Hardwood Planks are constructed of Maple featuring a Smooth surface texture with Medium gloss
- 3/8" thick planks feature backing layers consisting of Maple and are composed of 3-Plys resulting in a Janka Rating of 2039
- Ocala by Shaw displays a Moderate Color and Character Variation rating with Pillowed edges and Pillowed ends
- Finished with Shaw's ScufResist Platinum finish which is designed to help resist household scuffing and keep your floor looking younger for longer. When tested, ScufResist Platinum resisted scuffing up to 6X more than the competition!
- Ocala by Shaw is both Fade Resistant and Scratch Resistant
- Flooring can be installed via Nail, Staple, Glue, or Floating. Floating installation requires flooring to be glued at the tongue-and-groove joint to complete and stabilize the installation.
- Planks come in Random lengths from 10" to 58-1/2" and a width of 5"
- Flooring is not sensitive to lighting and is approved for radiant heating
- Sustainably manufactured in the USA
- Flooring is backed by a Lifetime Residential Warranty and approved for both light and full commercial use which is protected by a 5 Year Warranty
- Don't forget your coordinating trim and molding
- Planks measure 3/8" Thick, with a 1.2 mm Face Thickness
- Length: Random lengths from 10" to 58-1/2"
- Width: 5"
- Installation Location: Above Grade (Upstairs), Below Grade (Basement), On Grade (Ground Level)
- Installation Type: Floating, Glue Down, Nail Down, Staple Down
- Wood Species: Maple
- Fade Resistant: Yes
- Scratch Resistant: Yes
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