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Home Legend Hand Scraped Hickory Tuscany1/2 in.Thick x 4-3/4 in. Wide x 47-1/4in. Length Engineered Hardwood Flooring(24.94sq.ft/cs)

Hand Scraped 1/2 in. Cross-grain Plywood floors are sealed with a 7-layer aluminum oxide finish, providing protection from everyday wear. This product has achieved Greenguard Indoor Air Quality Certification and has been tested for more than 10,000 volatile organic compounds, including formaldehyde, to meet these standards. The tongue and groove installation is easy and economical; above grade, on grade and below grade. Hand scraped flooring is sculpted by hand to create vivid texture and unique richness of characteristics in each plank. The elegance and look of the floor will create a beautiful illusion in your home.
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should i use a foam padding under 1/2" enginered wood flooring

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jeepbrody
Chesapeake Virginia
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December 31, 2012
I have installed an enginered floor with glue once before where I used a foam underlay underneath. Wondering if I shoud use foam agian with this 1/2" enginered flooring or should I just nail it instead?
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HomeLegend
Adairsville, GA
January 2, 2013
A foam underlayment is reserved for a click and lock floating floor. Engineered floors instead require a 6 mil polyethylene layer or 15# roofing felt or resin paper. This will help block moisture from below and help prevent squeaks.
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Roxy
San Antonio, TX, USA
January 1, 2013
My professional installer glued down with no underlay and we love it! I am not sure when you are nailing. If you are on laying on a sub board and doing a nail down (which I will be doing next on my second floor) I would most likely lay and underlay. I am not a professional just my opinion. Good luck!
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What would be the recommended Minwax stain marker pen shade to cover up small scratches in recently installed Home Legend Hickory Tuscany floor?

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DANAMATION
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June 3, 2013
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Adairsville, GA
June 4, 2013
Home Legend does not have a recommended shade. One would need to self-match with a in store sample of the Minwax product.
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If we install the product on the concrete floor with pad, which methode should we use? Nail, Glue or Staple

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wendy1997
lilburn
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August 28, 2012
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August 29, 2012
With padding, none; this flooring is not designed to be used with a floating floor underlayment, which padding would be used for. On concrete, a moisture cured urethane-based flooring adhesive should be used to install it. The Roberts R1509 would be a good choice. Home Depot should carry this adhesive and many others that fall under this category.
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Durability & Maintenance

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Lara
Soquel, CA
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April 11, 2012
How long would these kind of wood floors be expected to last? What maintenance is needed to maintain their look and usability?

As engineered wood, is it possible to sand them down and re-stain them if needed in 30 or 40 years? Is it thick enough to do more than once? If there is a gouge how can it be repaired? Perhaps a wood filler, then sand and stain? Is this type of stain available for purchase separately for these kinds of repairs?

Thanks!!
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April 12, 2012
To obtain a more thorough answer than this format would allow, please call our technical department here at Home Legend: (877) 630-1800, ext. 2811 or option 2.
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I want to match the height of the ceramic tile in our kitchen at 1". What underlayment should I use to make up the difference?

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Dave
Iowa
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March 5, 2013
My sub floor is 3/4" T&G OSB. I was thinking 1/2" plywood to make up the difference but wasn't sure what type. Do I need hardwood plywood like birch or will pine be ok? Would OSB work? Sanded or unsanded plywood?
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Roxy
San Antonio, TX, USA
March 5, 2013
HI Dave,
We glued down. We have ceramic tile too. The finished result was perfect but we also used a professional installer. Sorry we could not help.
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What is the difference between this and the 3/8 inch click-lock?

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August 5, 2014
Why would someone order this instead of the 3/8 inch click-lock? Can this be refinished once? Just trying to weigh the pros and cons of each before picking which one to go with.
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JosephHDATL
Atlanta GA
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August 6, 2014
You actually almost answered your question....The thicker engineered floor can be refinished lightly a few times over the life of the floor. This is due to the slightly thicker version of the engineered floor vs. the click-lock version.

The other main difference is in how the engineered is installed. It can be glued, nailed, or stapled down to the subfloor.

Click-lock flooring is a floating floor, basically the same way that laminate flooring is installed with an underlayment.

Both are similar in appearance and feel if they are installed correctly. Just as important, the warranties between both will be the same.

Compare pricing and materials, and then you can decide which one is best for you.

Joseph
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Which (Pergo) repair putty can I use with this?

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Mike
PA
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August 14, 2014
I was given the wrong HomeDepot SKU# from HomeLegends. Please help!
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HomeLegend
Adairsville, GA
August 15, 2014
Use Model # 45629 in the keyword search for the closest match.
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