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Type: Hardwood Flooring
Manufacturer: Appalachian Hardwood Floors
Series: Piazza
SKU No.: PMCM4.5
Color/Item: Morning Coffee
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Coverage: 18.375 S/FT
Box(es): 1 per Box
Length: Random from 12 to 42 Inch
(304 to 1066 MM)
Thickness: 0.5 Inch (12 MM)
Width: 4.5 Inch (114 MM)
Weight: 40.6 lbs.
Construction: Engineered
Design: Plank
Finish: Aluminum Oxide
Species: Maple 
Janka Rating: 1450 psi
SurfaceType: Hand Scraped or Distressed
Edges: Eased
Ends: Eased
Warranty*: 50 Years Residential
3 Years Commercial
Instructions: Click Here
Install Type: Glue Together or
Glue Down or
Staple Down
Usage: Commercial or
Availability: Discontinued
Condition: New


About the Product - Appalachian Hardwood Floors Piazza
Appalachian Hardwood Floors Piazza Hardwood Flooring shown in Morning Coffee with coverage 18.38 s/ft, sold by box, length random, width 4.5 inch, thickness 0.5 inch, color brown, construction engineered, design plank, finish aluminum oxide, species maple, janka hardness 1450, surface hand scraped or distressed, eased edge, eased end, glue together install, glue down install, staple down install, 50 year warranty.

Piazza adds a new sizzle to the Appalachian handcrafted series. This true rustic look is achieved through a unique hand wiping process combined with a factory distressing exclusive to the Anderson Family of Fine Hardwood Floors. Each 5-ply Cross-Locked Engineered plank in this intimate collection has been carefully hand-crafted to produce the look of a lovingly cared for antique floor. Every board is 4 wide with a nominal thickness of (11.9 mm). They have an eased edge profile to accommodate slight variations in the surface of the sub-floor.