5″ Wide Acacia Hardwood Flooring


Acacia hardwood flooring in a Natural finish features beautiful swirling grain patterns and a pronounced color variation with beautiful light and dark tones ranging from warm honey brown to deep walnut brown. Acacia is a one of the hardest of the hard woods used in hardwood flooring and is highly favored for flooring because of its ability to resist warping, cracking, and cupping.

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  • Species: Acacia Hardwood Flooring
  • Width: 5 in.
  • Length: up to 48 in. (RL)
  • Style: Handscraped and Distressed
  • Finish: 9 Coats of Aluminum Oxide
  • Installation: Glue, Float, Staple
  • Connection: Tongue and Groove
  • Thickness: 12mm (~1/2 in.)
  • Wear Layer: 2mm
  • SF per box: 31.0
  • Finish Warranty: 25 Year
  • Structural Warranty: Lifetime

Ideal For

  • High Traffic Areas
  • Distress look masks normal wear and tear
  • Never requires refinishing

What is the difference between smooth finish hardwood flooring and distressed hardwood flooring?

Gone are the days of smooth hardwood flooring that shows all your families scratches and wear in the first few months. Smooth floor inevitably only leads to the painful process of sanding and refinishing your floors to their previous glory only to start the nonsensical process all over again. Our floors are all either hand-scraped & distressed or wire brushed to keep up with today’s busy families. When scratching occur, simply use a color matching MINWAX Stain Pen and blend the scratch in to the wood making it look more distressed. Our floors also have a 9-11 coat Aluminum Oxide finish that help the floors be more scratch resistant (not scratch proof!). This finish is much more durable that the old school polyurethane finish. The difference is similar to the difference of car paint vs. spray paint. An Aluminum Oxide finish is essentially oven baked at the factory to provide much more durability and a longer lasting floor.