Stylish and Durable Wire Brushed Oak Flooring
Add rustic charm to your home with Brushed Impressions. The wire brushed oak flooring features wide planks. In addition, it includes our proprietary Dura-Luster finish, making the wood flooring resistant to scratches. Wire brushing accentuates the wood grain, while the textured finish helps hide scratches and dents. So, you’ll have fewer maintenance concerns.
Real Wood Floors with Rustic Character and On-Trend Style
Wire brushed wood flooring creates an authentic, rustic feel by adding a dimension to your floor’s character. At the same time, it offers a balance between beautiful design and rugged durability with its rich texture. Wire brushed oak floors are great for high-traffic areas like kitchens where everyday wear and tear adds to their character.
Wide Plank Oak Floors
Wide plank flooring continues to gain popularity in contemporary spaces. In larger rooms, the planks evoke an airy, open feel. They also show more of the wood’s grain and texture. Plus, wider planks create fewer seams in your wood floors to avoid interrupting their natural lines. The wire brushed oak flooring ranges from 5 to 9-inch widths, so you can choose the width that meets your style.
Oak Engineered Hardwood You Can Install Anywhere
You can install Brushed Impressions anywhere in your home because it’s oak engineered hardwood. The humidity and temperature fluctuations that impact solid hardwood floors have little impact on engineered hardwood floors. Without those moisture concerns, you can install the flooring in basements, kitchens, mudrooms, and more.
Product Design & Construction
|Surface Texture surface_texture_info_text
|Renewed Taupe (Medium Gray)
|Urethane with AIOx
|Micro / Micro
|Varying Lengths: 15.7 - 86.6"
|SQ. FT. Per Box
Where Can I Install This Floor?
Flooring is glued together and floats on top of the subfloor. An underlayment pad is rolled out over the subfloor to protect against moisture and improve sound transmission. If the flooring has a pad attached, an underlayment is not required.
Adhesive is spread onto the subfloor using a trowel. Flooring is then placed into the adhesive.
Hardwood flooring is mechanically fastened to the wood subfloor using staples, cleats or nails. This is the most popular and economical installation method.
Can I Do This Myself?
Planning ahead is essential for a successful hardwood installation. Follow these tips before, during and after installation to help you make the right decisions.Read Article