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Mohawk - UltraWood Select - Gingham Oaks - Azalea Oak - Engineered Hardwood

Mohawk - UltraWood Select - Gingham Oaks - Azalea Oak - Engineered Hardwood

Product Type : Hardwood

Vendor : Mohawk

Regular price MAP Price : $5.79 / sqft
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Elevate your home with Mohawk UltraWood Select Azalea Oak Engineered Hardwood Flooring.

Experience the warmth and natural variation of real wood with the added protection of Mohawk's EverLast™ finish.

This finish is 5 times more dent-resistant than traditional hardwood, making it ideal for busy households.

The subtle micro-beveled edges of each plank create a beautiful, dimensional look that enhances the natural wood character.

UltraWood Select Gingham Oaks features Mohawk's innovative WetProtect™ technology, making it completely waterproof.

Features

  • Sq. ft Per Box: 24.54
  • Plank Size: 7" x 48"
  • 100% Waterproof with WetProtect™ Technology
  • Lifetime Surface and Subfloor Warranty
  • Installation Method: Uniclic®
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Product Specifications

  • SQFT/BOX: 24.54
  • INSTALLATION: Uniclic®
  • THICKNESS: 3/8"
  • LOCKING SYSTEM: Tongue & Groove
  • UNDERLAYMENT: Not Attached
  • EDGE TYPE: Micro Bevel
  • PLANK WIDTH: 7”
  • PLANK LENGTH: 48”

Warranty

Care & Maintenance

Hardwood floors are a beautiful and durable addition to any home. However, they do require some care and maintenance to keep them looking their best. Here are a few tips on how to care for and maintain hardwood floors:

  • Dust regularly. Dusting your hardwood floors regularly will help to remove dirt and dust that can cause them to become dull. Use a soft, dry cloth to dust your floors, and be sure to get into all the nooks and crannies.
  • Vacuum regularly. Vacuuming your hardwood floors regularly will help to remove dirt, dust, and debris that can cause them to become damaged. Use a vacuum cleaner with a soft brush roll, and be sure to vacuum in all directions to get all the dirt up.
  • Mop as needed. If your hardwood floors get wet, mop them up immediately with a damp cloth. Do not use a lot of water, as this can damage the finish on your floors.
  • Apply a floor polish every few months. Applying a floor polish to your hardwood floors will help to protect them from scratches and dulling. Use a polish that is specifically designed for hardwood floors, and be sure to follow the instructions on the product label.
  • Refinish your floors as needed. If your hardwood floors are starting to look dull or damaged, you may need to refinish them. This is a job that should be done by a professional, but it will help to restore your floors to their original beauty.

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Color Disclaimer

While online swatches and showroom visits are great for initial exploration, nailing the perfect flooring color requires a closer look. To guarantee your satisfaction, we highly recommend ordering a sample directly from us or the manufacturer.

Even with samples, keep in mind that they might not be an exact replica of the final product due to slight variations in production runs. This means the shade could differ slightly if the materials were made at different times.

If you're installing the flooring in a single, large space, like a living room or hallway, it's crucial to be extra cautious. Slight shade variations between production batches can become noticeable when laid out together.

To ensure a seamless look, we recommend purchasing enough flooring to cover the entire space, plus an additional 10% for waste. This buffer allows you to select pieces from the same production batch, minimizing the risk of color inconsistencies.

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