Oak - Butterscotch

3 in. Engineered Hardwood Plank

Specifications
Category Floors
Flooring Type Hardwood Flooring
Species Oak
Product Number E2106
Collection Lock&Fold
Performance Class Better
Refers to the number of years the product is warranted by Armstrong Warranty Residential Warranty : 25 years
Bruce Hardwood Flooring Warranty Guide (PDF 521KB)
Construction relates specifically to either solid or engineered hardwood. Solid hardwood flooring is of one piece of wood while engineered hardwood flooring is made up of 3 to 10 thin layers of hardwood that are bonded together. Construction Engineered
The protective surface coating found on all flooring. Finish System Dura-Luster Plus Urethane
Look
Color Butterscotch
Design / Texture refers to a flooring surface appearance. Design / Texture Traditional Finish
Gloss describes the shiny coating that adds a polished look to the floor’s surface. Every flooring category (hardwood, vinyl, laminate) offers gloss levels (high, medium, low) from which to choose based on your room design and lifestyle. Gloss Level Low Gloss
Describes the way the hardwood and laminate board edges and ends are cut. The most common edges are described as:<br/><b style="display:block;text-align:left;padding-left:7px">Beveled-Edge</b><img src="/flooring/i/images/Beveled.gif"/><b style="display:block;text-align:left;padding-left:7px">Eased-Edge</b><img src="/flooring/i/images/EasedBevel.gif"/><b style="display:block;text-align:left;padding-left:7px">Micro-Edge</b><img src="/flooring/i/images/MicroBevel.gif"/><b style="display:block;text-align:left;padding-left:7px">Square-Edge</b><img src="/flooring/i/images/SquareBevel.gif"/> Edge Type Micro-beveled Edge / Micro-beveled Ends
Measurement
Width refers to how wide (in inches) each hardwood plank will be. Armstrong offers many widths, but <a href="/flooring/products/hardwood/wide-plank-5-in-and-up/_/N-67oZ6xc">wide plank hardwood flooring</a> is currently popular. Width 3 in.
Length Varying Lengths: 10 - 60 in.
Thickness 3/8 in.
Sq. Foot per Carton 22
Installation
DIY Level Beginner
Installation Location Below/On/Above Ground Level
Installation Method Lock&Fold (with or without glue)
Product Classification
Board-to-Board Color Variation

Board-to-Board Color Variation
Wood is a natural material that features changes in color and tone. The board-to-board color variation is more pronounced in some species, less in others. If you like the look of contrasting light and dark tones, select a species that offers most color variation. If you prefer consistent color from board to board, choose the least color variation.

Hardness Scale

Hardness Scale
The density/hardness of the wood species and its ability to withstand foot traffic, children and pets will impact its wear performance, and will vary from species to species. Strong, resilient Oak is used as the industry benchmark. The hardness scale shown to the left shows the relative hardness of this wood species.

Hardwood Floor Care Products

To preserve the beauty of your hardwood floor, sweep or dry mop as needed. Periodically clean with Armstrong Hardwood and Laminate Floor Cleaner, and be sure to wipe up spills immediately.

More information on how to clean hardwood floors

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For routine cleaning of all no-wax hardwood and laminate floors.

  • A unique cleaner that lifts soil from the surface of the urethane finish without leaving a film
  • Ready-to-Use formula
  • Great for spot and routine cleaning
  • No rinsing and no dulling film
  • The right product for your hardwood or laminate floor!
  • Developed by the hardwood flooring experts
Bruce Hardwood & Laminate Floor Cleaner Trigger Spray

Professional Installation

No matter what flooring type you choose, we recommend you consult your retailer to locate an Armstrong Certified Installer near you. Armstrong Certified Installers undergo rigorous flooring installation training on all Hardwood flooring products. You can rest assured that when you use an Armstrong Certified installer, your wood flooring will be installed properly and provide many years of satisfaction.

Find an Armstrong Certified Installer

DIY Installation

Visit the DIY Hardwood Flooring Installation section of the site to explore installation information and options for this and other Armstrong products

How to Install Hardwood Floors

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Lock&Fold Hardwood Installation Instructions

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Trim and Moldings Overview

Complete your floor with coordinated transitions such as threshold, stair nose, reducer strip, quarter round and t-molding. We offer a complete selection of species and colors providing the finishing touch to your flooring installation

Trim and Moldings for Hardwood - Oak - Butterscotch

Combination Base & Shoe
T7726

A molding used when a base is desired. Used to cover expansion space between the floor and the wall. Pre-drill and nail into the wall, not the floor.

Overlap Reducer
T75131641

Overlap Stairnose
T78131641

Quarter Round

Quarter Round
T7426

A molding used to cover expansion space next to baseboards, case goods, and stairs steps. Pre-drill and nail to the vertical surface, not to the floor.

Stair Nose

Stair Nose
T76131641

A molding undercut for use as a stair landings trim, elevated floor perimeters, and stair steps. Fasten down firmly with adhesive and nails or screws. Pre-drill nail holes to prevent splitting.

T-Molding

T-Molding
TMSROBC6045

A molding used as a transition piece from one flooring to another of equal height or to gain expansion spaces. Fasten at the heel in the center of the molding. Additional support may need to be added to the heel of the molding dependent upon the thickness of the goods covered.

Threshold

Threshold
THSROBC6055

A molding undercut used against sliding door tracks, fireplaces, carpet, ceramic tile, or existing thresholds to allow for expansion space and to provide a smooth transition in height difference. Fasten to subfloor with adhesive and/or nails through the heel. Pre-drill nail holes to prevent splitting.

Rated 1 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 1 out of 5 by This flooring does not lock together well causing the floor to lift at most seams I bought this flooring to finish two bedrooms and a hallway. After finishing the first room, I invited my wife to walk on the floor. As she walked into the room, she heard a crackling sound (similar to Rice Krispies) at each step she took. Upon looking closer, we found that several planks did not lay flat to the floor; the plank joints rose slightly upward at the seams where they lock together. It was slight enough not to notice until we were able to walk on the floor after finishing the job.The floor planks do not appear to lock together properly, thus causing a sloppy feel to the floor when walking on it. I have installed a number of floors and the quality of this particular floor appears to be less than average. I stopped my installation and will take the flooring out of the room. November 13, 2014
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