Anderson hardwood flooring comes in many species of wood; walnut, cherry, maple, red oak, and hickory. Most types of wood can be stained to match the interior of any home. Stain choices include; tobacco, spice, heritage, burlap, spicy cider, and Flintlock. Many people like the Virginia Vintage Flintlock Hickory boards. These are used to make very high quality wide planked flooring.These boards are all hand scraped. The choices of board widths are 3, 5, or 7 inches. These sizes can also be mixed within the same floor, to create a random width look. An average thickness for each board is one half inch. Attaching these boards together can be done with special glue, staples, or a combination of both of these. It will depend on if the floor is going to be used as a subfloor or a floating floor on top of the current subfloor.If a subfloor or floating floor is going to be made with hickory boards in the Virginia Vintage line, then the installation should be easy for anyone wanting to perform this task on their own. When it comes to attaching these same boards to a concrete floor, it is recommended that a professional be hired.The hand scraping process brings out distressed lines in the board, which are very obvious in the hickory planks seen in the Virginia Vintage line. The gray Flintlock stain really allows these lines to stand out even more.There is a 25 year warranty on the Aluminum Oxide finish on these sliced veneer log cuts. This warranty covers against warping, twisting, or buckling of any plank. It also protects the customer against separation of the plies.To purchase planks from this line of flooring, there are two […]