SPECIES : White Oak is a fine-grain wood with a timeless, clean appearance, showcasing its subtle cathedral grain patterns. It creates a classic and versatile hardwood floor perfect for any style.
GRADE : This floor displays all the natural characteristics of wood with a pronounced color variation. Filled sound knots, mineral streaks, splits and checks are included in the distinct personality of this floor.
|Aluminium Oxide, antimicrobial PermaClean
|Structure: for life | finished: 35 years
|35% – 65%
|Stapled, glued or floating
|Basement, main and upper floors
|FLOOR TECHNICAL SHEET
|MOLDING TECHNICAL SHEET
|INSTALLATION AND WARRANTY GUIDE
Wood is a natural product and each plank is unique. Despite our efforts to display the product as accurately as possible, we cannot guarantee the virtual renderings are an exact reproduction of the product. Colors may also vary due to screen quality and resolution. Always make sure to verify your color choice with a Dubeau flooring sample.
The appearance of wood is influenced by the natural characteristics of each tree, such as:
Appearance of grades are classified based on the quantity and varying degree of these traits.
Dubeau Floors are available in three grade appearances:
This floor offers a distinguished uniform looking appearance with subtle color variation and natural shades. There may be a limited presence of small sound knots and mineral streaks.
This floor offers a light to moderate range of color tones and variation between boards. Small knots, filed knots and mineral streaks are allowed but limited. Fine splits and checks may occasionally be present.
This floor displays all the natural characteristics of wood with a pronounced color variation. Filled sound knots, mineral streaks, splits and checks are included in the distinct personality of this floor.
This Innovative construction presents all the characteristics of solid wood with some added benefits
Multiply engineered construction offers maximum stability under a wider range of relative humidity. It combines a top (wear) layer of solid hardwood which lays on a structural layer of plywood.