Chene Riesling 1/2 in. Engineered Hardwood Floor


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Description

Urban Floor Chene Riesling
White Oak Engineered Hardwood Floor

The Chene Riesling is a 1/2 in. Engineered Hardwood Floor made by Urban Floor. This collection provides a spectacular and modern take on what a hardwood floor should look like. Like all the colors from the CHÊNE Collection, this floor is made from authentic European White Oak of the highest grade available. Each of these flooring planks is individually crafted with a wire-brushed texture and perfectly terminated with a 7 layer, lacquered finish to help protect the natural qualities and beauty of the wood. A micro-beveled edge on all four sides of the plank provide a beautiful definition throughout the whole surface of the floor.

Urban Floor’s engineered hardwood flooring is constructed with multiple plies for optimum strength and stability. Each ply is laid cross-grain to those above and beneath it. Each ply reinforces the next one, and is kept in place with the strongest resins and adhesives that bond all layers together. The combined result is far stronger than a single solid piece of wood and is warranted not to warp or buckle.

Product Overview

  • The total thickness of each plank is 1/2 inch or about 12 mm. including the wear layer.
  • Every single plank measures 7-1/2 inches in width. All planks are random length up to 82 inches long.
  • The Chene Riesling comes with a gorgeous wire-brushed texture and a lacquered finish of 7 coats.
  • A beautiful micro-bevel edge surrounds each plank on all 4 sides.
  • Each box contains enough material to cover 34.35 square feet.
  • There are 45 cartons on each pallet. Enough to cover 1545.75 square feet. Each pallet weighs approximately 2350 lbs.
  • The shade and pattern variation from plank to plank is very noticeable (V4).
  • There are color-matching transitions available for this floor, including t-molding, reducers, end-caps, quarter rounds and stair noses.
  • This floor can be installed floated over underlayment by gluing the tongue and grooves.
  • Other types of installations recommended are nailed down or stapled and/or glue down.
  • If your preferred installation method is glue-down, Urban Floor recommends using any of Titebond’s adhesives for engineered wood and parquet floors.
  • These hardwood floors come with a 35 year finish warranty on residential applications.

Additional information

Weight51 lbs
Dimensions82 × 8 × 4 in
Application

Residential

Box Weight

51 lbs

Box Coverage

34.35 sq ft

Edges Type

Micro-bevel

Surface Finish

Lacquered

Plank Length

12 to 82 in

Location

Floor, Wall

Boxes per Pallet

45 boxes

Pallet Coverage

1545.75 sq ft

Pallet Weight

2350 lbs

Plank Size

7-1/2 in x Random Length

Wood Specie

White Oak

Texture

Wire Brushed

Thickness

1/2 in (12 mm)

Shade Variation

V4 (High)

Wear Layer

2 mm

Accessories

The following transition moldings and accessories are available for this floor. Every transition molding for this floor comes with an accurate color match. The overall finish of these transition moldings may differ from the floor planks slightly.

T-Molding

to provide an expansion gap or transition between two floors.
( 84″ long )

Reducer

to provide a transition between two floors of different height.
( 84″ long )

End Cap

to finish the floor against sliding doors, walls or carpet.
( 84″ long )

Qtr. Round

to finish the floor against baseboard or kitchen cabinets.
( 84″ long )

Stair Nose

to finish the nose of each stair tread or stair landing.
( 84″ long )

Maintenance

Guidelines

The above Collection is made of high quality, natural wood engineered flooring with a water based, lacquered finish.
Never use a wax or oil based cleaning product on a lacquered finish. Urbanfloor recommends Bona® cleaning products. Bona (also known as BonaKemi®) is widely regarded as the best cleaning solution available. Visit www.mybonahome.com to find out more about their products. Remember all purpose cleaners are not recommended as they can dull your floor’s finish or leave a hazy residue.

For slightly damp cleaning, spray any non-abrasive hardwood floor cleaner (we recommend Bona Hardwood Floor Cleaner or Mohawk’s FloorCare Essentials Hardwood & Laminate Cleaner) onto a cotton, terrycloth, or microfiber mop. Avoid wet-mop cleaning with water or liquid cleaners. During inclement weather, avoid exposing your flooring to water as much as possible.

Preventing Damage

Most important step to keep your floors healthy is to allow for the right room climate by maintaining a stable environment in the home. A room temperature of 60° to 80° F and a humidity range of 30-50% is recommended year round. The use of a humidifier or de-humidifier may be required.

Hardwood floors are quick and easy to maintain, and with a few low cost cleaning tools and a little preventative maintenance, your floors can look beautiful for years to come. In addition to maintaining a stable environment, your hardwood floor should be cleaned regularly. Simply sweep, dust mop or vacuum to remove dirt and grit. When necessary clean your floor with a hardwood floor cleaning product.

Carefully follow the manufacturer’s cleaning instructions. Avoid using a wet mop as over time this can damage the finish. All purpose cleaners are not recommended as they can dull your floor’s finish or leave a hazy residue.

For a complete and comprehensive set of guidelines to maintain and protect your new hardwood floors, visit Urbanfloor’s Cleaning and Care section.

Disclaimers

Properties

All images are representative of a product’s potential characteristics and are only meant to provide and overall look of the product. Because colors and shading vary on different screens, we do not guarantee that these images will 100% match the actual product. Hardwood planks can be subject to variations in color, shade, surface texture and finish. Natural character marks such as knots, worm-holes and splits are inherent to hardwood floors. Based on industry standards, a defect/irregular tolerance of up to 5% is allowed.

Normal exposure to sunlight, heat, air conditioners, etc. will bring about natural changes in the original color as the floor ages. If possible, use blinds or drapes to protect floor from excessive sunlight. When some areas of the floor are covered, as in large furniture pieces and area rugs, the change under these pieces can be lighter than the surrounding floor, as they are not exposed to the same conditions. This is normal and is not a defect. Rotating the position of area rugs and furniture from time to time will allow the covered areas to slowly adjust in color to the surrounding floor.

Installation

The following installation methods can be used over radiant heated floors, concrete or plywood sub-floors.

Floating: Install over approved sub-floor. A minimum 6 mil poly vapor retarder should be used over a concrete sub-floor. In some cases, this may be part of the flooring underlayment . A foam or resilient approved underlayment must be installed prior to installation of wood flooring. Use Titebond’s T&G glue for grooves.

Glue Down: Use over a approved sub-floor. Use only approved adhesives and trowels and be sure to follow the adhesive installation guidelines. Urbanfloor recommends Titebond Flooring adhesives. For grooves use Titebond T&G glue.

Staple or Nailed Down: Install over approved sub-floor. Be sure fasteners are not so long as to penetrate the heat source.

For detailed installation guidelines check the instruction found within your floor cartons. You can also find these instructions here.

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