Beach House Captiva Oak 8 mm. Laminate Floor

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Beach House Captiva Oak
Extra Wide Plank 8 mm. Laminate Floor

The Beach House Captiva Oak 8 mm. Laminate Floor is made with an inviting natural wood finish that feels completely real. These beautiful planks come with a clear grade European White Oak print on them that makes them look super modern, yet very warm and welcoming. The distinct white oak grain and character marks, like knots and wormholes printed on the design  provide a hyper realistic look that will make anyone believe they are real wood floors.

Each plank of the Beach House Captiva Oak comes with a V-groove bevel on all its four sides to highlight each plank independently for a nice contemporary pattern. The extra wide and long planks provide stability and beauty to your floors. These planks are 8.3 mm. or about 5/16 inches. Because of its narrow profile, these planks are perfect for jobs where installing on top of tiles is necessary. These floors are deemed safe and non-toxic as per the CARB Phase II compliant.

Product Overview

  • The planks measure 19.5 x 120 cm. which is approximately 7-1/2 inches wide by 48 inches long.
  • Each box contains 8 planks and covers approximately 20.45 sq ft.
  • There are 70 boxes and 1431.50 square feet per pallet. Each pallet weighs approximately 2225 lbs.
  • The planks of this floor come with a v-groove on all four sides.
  • It comes with a nice soft feeling texture that simulates an unfinished wood texture.
  • The variation from plank to plank is moderately visible.
  • These floors are AC4 rated which makes them suitable for both residential and commercial applications.
  • Excellent for high traffic areas for residential purposes. Suitable for low traffic areas in commercial settings.
  • The manufacturer of this product recommends an underlayment with moisture barrier.
  • There are matching transition moldings for this floor, including t-molding, reducers and flush stair noses.
  • Flush stair noses provide a cleaner and modern look to your staircase and they reduce the risk of tripping.

Additional information

Weight 40 lbs
Dimensions 48 × 8 × 3 in

Residential, Commercial

Box Weight

40 lbs

Country of Origin


Box Coverage

20.45 sq ft


AC4 – Light Commercial

Edges Type


Surface Finish



Floor, Wall

Boxes per Pallet

70 boxes

Pallet Coverage

1431.50 sq ft

Pallet Weight

2800 lbs

Pieces per Box

8 pieces

Plank Size

7-1/2 x 48 in




5/16 in (8 mm)

Shade Variation

V2 (Slight)


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.


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


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

End Cap

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

Stair Nose

to cap the face of each stair tread with a flush finish.
( 94″ long )



Laminate floors are extremely durable under normal use. To maintain clean use a dust mop, soft bristle broom or a vacuum cleaner with suction only (no beater bar or with the beater bar disengaged) to remove dust, dirt and loose particulate on a regular basis.

For slightly damp cleaning, spray any non-abrasive laminate 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

  • Carefully remove stubborn stains (like paint, oil, tar, or markers) with acetone-based fingernail polish remover.  NOTE: Read next.
  • Different floors react in different ways, so before using any type of cleaner that is not recommended by the manufacturer (including acetone-based fingernail polish remover) do a test on a concealed area to check if it damages the finish.
  • Wipe up spills and spots immediately with a laminate or hardwood cleaner applied directly to a clean white cloth.
  • Use ice to harden tough substances like wax or chewing gum, and then gently scrape with a plastic scraper or a credit card. Be careful not to scratch the surface and wipe the area clean with a soft, slightly damp cloth.
  • Invest in high-quality floor mats and protective pads under heavy furniture for an extra layer of protection on your laminate floors.
  • Place floor mats at entrances and exits—they collect and trap corrosive substances that can be tracked in, like dirt, sand, oil, grit, asphalt, or even driveway sealer. Placing mats in high-traffic areas—in front of vanities, kitchen sinks, and stoves—is also an effective way to reduce wear.
  • If one of your planks is beyond repair, use the Quick-Step UniFix® tool to remove and replace the damaged plank in minutes.
  • Wax, polish, oils, soaps, detergents, shine enhancers, or varnish shouldn’t be used on laminate.
  • Applying cleaner directly to the surface of the laminate can cause staining—lightly spray it on a cleaning cloth or damp mop instead.
  • Avoid cleaning machines like spray mops, steam cleaners or mops, or power cleaners.
  • Always avoid mopping with water and dry up any water spills immediately.



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. Laminate planks can be subject to variations in color, shade, surface texture and finish.


Always follow the guidelines provided by the manufacturer of the floor. You will find these instruction within each carton. An underlayment or laminate padding is always necessary when installing laminate floors. Always leave an expansion gap of at least 1/4 inch, between the floor planks and any wall or baseboard. No claims will be considered when the product is installed without an expansion gap around the whole perimeter of the floor. We strongly recommend the use of a self-leveling material on the sub-floor before installation to guarantee a proper job. Any bump, hole or difference in level in the sub-floor can cause the floor planks to give up or break.

Prior to installation, the flooring professional must blend planks from several different boxes to achieve an even distribution of the color range, and to avoid or minimize pattern repetition. The installer should conduct a dry mock layout under proper lighting conditions prior to installation. It is the consumer’s responsibility to inspect the product prior to installation to ensure satisfaction.

We reserve the right to make changes to product specifications at any time without notice.


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