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Vanier Engineered Hardwood - Texas Saloon Collection

Driftwood / Birch / Handscraped / Standard / 6"

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Style: Driftwood

Species: Birch

Finish: Handscraped

Grade: Standard

Size: 6"


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Product Overview

Add character and unique visual appeal to your interiors with the Texas Saloon Collection. Featuring natural knots and subtle, yet distinctive grain patterns, this birch engineered hardwood flooring offers a timeless look for your space.

The Beauty of Birch: Each plank is carefully wire-brushed to enhance the wood’s rustic aesthetic and distinctive appearance

Application Options: Suitable for installation on, above, or below grade you can put this flooring throughout your home

Easy Installations: This flooring’s tongue and groove profile makes for easy DIY installations using a floating, glue down, or nail down method

Radiant Heat Compatibility: You can install this flooring over radiant heating systems to create warm and inviting spaces

Post-Purchase Support: Backed by a 25 Year Warranty on finish wear and construction, this collection is built to withstand the test of time

Specifications

Flooring Type Prefinished Species Birch
Color Brown Shade Medium/Neutral Shade
Finish Type UV Cured Oil Finish Detail UV Cured Oil finish
Gloss Level Low-Gloss Surface Texture Distressed/Handscraped
Manufacturer's Grade Standard Application Residential
Core Type Birch Profile Tongue & Groove
Edge Type small bevel Top Layer Type birch
Maximum Length (in.) 72 Minimum Length (in.) 30
Average length (in.) 40 Width (in.) 6
Thickness (in.) 0.50 Radiant Heat Compatible? Yes
Botanical Name Betula nigra Product is Stained Or Tinted Yes
Below Grade Yes Recommended Fasteners None
Installation Floating,Glue Down,Nail Down ,Staple Down Certification CARBII
Wear Layer Thickness (mm) 1.50 Residential Warranty (in years) 25
Commercial Warranty (in years) 5 Finish Warranty (in years) 25
Structural Warranty (in years) 25 Country of Origin China
Packaging Dimensions (inches) Height: 4 Length: 74 Width: 6.5 Sqft / Box 24
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Flooring Type Prefinished
Species Birch
Color Brown
Shade Medium/Neutral Shade
Finish Type UV Cured Oil
Finish Detail UV Cured Oil finish
Gloss Level Low-Gloss
Surface Texture Distressed/Handscraped
Manufacturer's Grade Standard
Application Residential
Core Type Birch
Profile Tongue & Groove
Edge Type small bevel
Top Layer Type birch
Maximum Length (in.) 72
Minimum Length (in.) 30
Average length (in.) 40
Width (in.) 6
Thickness (in.) 0.50
Radiant Heat Compatible? Yes
Botanical Name Betula nigra
Product is Stained Or Tinted Yes
Below Grade Yes
Recommended Fasteners None
Installation Floating,Glue Down,Nail Down ,Staple Down
Certification CARBII
Wear Layer Thickness (mm) 1.50
Residential Warranty (in years) 25
Commercial Warranty (in years) 5
Finish Warranty (in years) 25
Structural Warranty (in years) 25
Country of Origin China
Packaging Dimensions (inches) Height: 4 Length: 74 Width: 6.5
Sqft / Box 24
Proposition 65

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    We purchased almost 2000 sq ft of the Vanier Driftwood Birch flooring to use over concrete, radiant heat floors (floating application). The colour is a neutral, medium brown (driftwood wood suggest a more grey colour, which it is not). The finish is a consistent satin and the handscraping is relatively shallow. The boards are only 6-1/4" wide however. There is a large proportion of longer boards included although they tend to bow once released from the packaging due to the flooring's thickness. Birch certainly produces a unique one-of-a-kind grain in every board; some not as 'nice' as others; only a few knots. Once blended, though, it looks good altogether (we'll be a bit selective on the boards that will be most visible). It is a rather of a rustic look, as Texas Saloon would suggest. Even with the Cdn dollar exchange it seems to be a good value.

    By Melanie P. from Ardrossan, AB on Jul 5, 2018

    By Justin F. from Bardstown, KY on Apr 20, 2018

    By Martha L. from Placerville, CO on Feb 13, 2018

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