9" Patagonia White Oak Rigid Core Vinyl

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Description

Hardwood Bargains 7" wide Hand Scraped Appalachian White Oak Rigid Core flooring is a high-quality and durable option for any home renovation project. The hand-scraped texture adds character and charm to any space, while the Appalachian White Oak provides a classic and elegant look.

The rigid core construction of this flooring makes it highly resistant to scratches and dents, ensuring that it will last for many years to come. Additionally, the 25 year finish warranty offers peace of mind and protection against any potential issues with the flooring's finish.

In terms of cost, this flooring is an excellent bargain. It provides the durability and beauty of traditional hardwood at a fraction of the cost. With its wide width, it can cover a large area quickly and efficiently, making it a great option for homeowners on a budget. Overall, Hardwood Bargains 7" wide Hand Scraped Appalachian White Oak Rigid Core flooring is a great choice for anyone looking to add value and beauty to their home.

Specifications

SKU
HWB-F-0419
Product Type
Vinyl Plank
Connection
Click & Lock
Finish
UV Cured Polyurethane
Color
Patagonia White Oak
Width
9"
Length
72"
Thickness
7mm
Wear Layer
30 mil
SF Per Box
17.73
Weight/SF
2.3 lbs
Weight/Box
41.1 lbs
Finish Warranty
25 Years
Structural Warranty
Lifetime
Maintenance
Floor Care Guide

Frequently asked questions

What is a click & lock connection?

A click and lock connection is a type of locking floor system that have a constructed interlocking system built in. The planks are specifically machined to “click” and “lock” into place when being installed. No seam glue or adhesive necessary as the planks are built to lock in place. In a click and lock floor the planks are installed with a “click” together method without nailing or gluing down to the subfloor. A click and lock floor is machined to easily snap together, no glue needed. These floors are ideal for floating and make for the easiest DIY installations as they can be floated on almost any subfloor, concrete, or even the existing floor.

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