Jackson Lumber Catalog

160 April 2021 LUMBER & MILLWORK FAMILY OWNED & OPERATED SINCE 1946 Weaber’s unfinished Oak flooring is precision machined to full 3/4” thickness and is available in 2-1/4” and 3-1/4” strip and 4-1/4”, 5-1/4”, and 6” plank widths. Appalachian Red Oak and White Oak is used in the manufacturing of our unfinished flooring. Unfinished Oak flooring is avail- able in Clear, Select, #1 Common and #2 Common NOFMA certified grades. Quartered/Rift Select Oak flooring is also available. 314SELRED SELRED SELWHITE PLAIN SAWN UNFINISHED OAK FLOORING How Do I Estimate The Amount Of Oak Hardwood Plank Flooring Needed? You must first determine the total sq. ft. of the area or room where the hardwood plank flooring will be installed. To do this you will multiply the length times the width of the area or room in feet. example: 10' wide X 10' long = 100 sq. ft. Next you will need to add approximately 5% for normal waste. example: 100 sq. ft. X 1.05 (5%) = 105 sq. ft. Please note - additional flooring should be estimated for diagonal applications, irregular rooms, bay windows and other projects. Once you have the square footage required including the 5% waste factor divide the square footage by the factor below and round up to the next whole number. 2-1/4" strip flooring = 21 sq/ft per bundle 3-1/4" strip flooring = 22.75 sq/ft per bundle this will give you the number of bundles required. H ow Should The Plank Flooring Be Handled Prior To Installation? Due to the natural characteristics of solid plank flooring, extra precaution should be taken for the best results. The flooring should be acclimated to the installation area for a minimum of 3 to 4 days prior to installation. This will allow the moisture content of the flooring to match that of the installation area thus minimizing future dimensional changes and cupping. I s Color In Oak Hardwood Plank Flooring Considered A Defect. No. Since hardwood plank flooring is a natural all wood product, color variations are not considered a defect. What Can Be Done To Help Eliminate Or Reduce Cupping In Plank Flooring? Kiln-dried wood board which are subject to moisture only on one side will expand on that side, and will warp by bending away from the moist side. Hardwood Plank floor- ing will cup for one reason and one only - from gaining or losing moisture on one side faster than the other. This can be minimized by taking the following precautions: Proper acclimation of the flooring before installation and the use of proper underlayment. I.E. 15# felt or rosin paper . Does Oak Hard wood Plank Flooring Have Beveled Edges?? No. Beveled edges are generally applied to pre-finished flooring. Unfinished hardwood is square edged. W hat Is The Nailing Procedure For Installing Oak Hardwood Plank Flooring. The general practice is to blind nail through the tongue and with conventional strip flooring. Some installers also countersink one or more flat head screws, No. 7 - No. 9 Phillips head or dry wall screws at the end of each plank and at intervals along the plank to hold it securely. Cover the screw with wood plugs & glue into holes. Be sure the screws are the right length. Evershine™ offers you: • 35 year warranty on wear through • Seven coats of UV cured polyurethane • Advanced Naotechnology & Aluminum Oxide • Ultra-fresh™ anti-microbial additive 3- 1 / 4 ” Prefinished APP314 natural red oak 20 SF/Box 2- 1 / 4 ” Prefinished APP214 natural red oak 20 SF/Box Features: • Microbeveled edges and ends • Installation methods: nail, staple • Select grade Specifications Thickness 3/4” Width 2- 1 / 4 ”, 3- 1 / 4 ” Species Oak Janka Hardness Rating N/A Edge Description Microbeveled End Description Microbeveled *Cartons may include random lengths Red Oak Natural