• Hardwood
  • Style No. FH820
    Color No. 07055
  • EXQUISITE


    RUSHMORE

  • ALABASTER WALN
    01051
  • BEIGED HICKORY
    01052
  • NATURAL PINE
    01053
  • ASHTON OAK
    01054
  • BRIGHTENED OAK
    01057
  • CHAMPAGNE OAK
    01058
  • REGENCY WALNUT
    02039
  • WARMED OAK
    02040
  • ACADIA
    02041
  • NATURAL HICKOR
    02042
  • SILVERADO OAK
    05065
  • TWILIGHT PINE
    05066
  • RIVERBED
    05068
  • LIBERTY PINE
    05069
  • SPICED PINE
    06004
  • RICH WALNUT
    07053
  • CASCADE
    07054
  • RUSHMORE
    07055
  • PEWTER OAK
    09037
  • MIDNIGHT PINE
    09038

The 20 Colors of Exquisite

All About ‘Exquisite’

Exquisite waterproof hardwood offers 20 premium options spanning pine, walnut, hickory, oak and mixed-species with designer surface finishes including reactive staining, bandsaw marks, wire brushing and black or white accent graining. Exquisite’s genuine hardwood veneer is backed by a waterproof core and surface sealant for extra protection and easy clean-up. It features a click profile for fast and easy installation and attached pad for noise reduction and added comfort.

Product Specifications

Flooring Type

Hardwood

Style

FH820
EXQUISITE

Color

07055
RUSHMORE

Collection

Floorte Hardwood

Species

RED AND WHITE OAK

Plank Width

7.50 in.

Plank Length

Random

Nominal Plank Thickness

5/16 in.

Finish

WATERPROOF

sq.ft.per

22.45

Edge Profile

BEVEL

Surface Texture

WIREBRUSHED

Installation Method

Product Specifications
Installation Method
Installation Method
With hard surfaces flooring, you have several different installation options: Nail Down, Staple Down, Glue Down, and Floating. Some Shaw hard surfaces can be installed using more than one of the techniques described below.

NAIL
This installation technique is required for SOLID HARDWOOD construction. Using pneumatic or manual nailers, you or a professional installer will project cleats through the wood, fastening it directly to a suitable subfloor. SOLID construction, like it sounds, is milled from a single 3/4" thick piece of hardwood. Because of its thickness, a solid hardwood floor can be sanded and refinished over several generations of use. One of the characteristics of solid wood flooring is that it expands and contracts with changes in your home's relative humidity. Normally, installers compensate for this movement by leaving an expansion gap between the floor and the wall. Base molding or quarter round is traditionally used to hide the extra space.

This installation technique may also be applicable for ENGINEERED HARDWOOD construction, including EPIC, depending upon the product. ENGINEERED wood is produced with three to five layers of hardwood. Each layer is stacked in a cross-grain configuration and bonded together under heat and pressure. As a result, engineered wood flooring is less likely to be affected by changes in humidity and can be installed at all levels of the home.

STAPLE
This installation technique is an optional installation technique that can be used for both SOLID and ENGINEERED HARDWOODS. Using pneumatic staplers, you or a professional installer will project staples through the wood, fastening it directly to a suitable subfloor. This method is slightly simpler than the nail-down method.

GLUE
This installation technique is an optional technique that that can be used for ENGINEERED HARDWOODS. You or a professional installer will use an acrylic-based or urethane adhesive to adhere your new hardwood to a suitable subfloor.

This installation technique may also be applicable for dry-back RESILIENT TILES. You or a professional installer will use a special adhesive to adhere your new resilient tiles to a suitable subfloor. Some resilient tiles may be grouted, depending on the design of the product.

Standard RESILIENT SHEET vinyl requires the application of a full-spread adhesive that firmly secures the floor in place onto the subfloor. Expect moisture testing and some preparation of subfloors, according to their condition.

FLOAT
This installation technique is an option on certain ENGINEERED HARDWOODS. Rather than being attached directly to the subfloor with an adhesive, the flooring "floats" over an underlayment placed between the wood and the subfloor. Shaw floating engineered wood floors must be glued together at the tongue-and-groove joint to complete and stabilize the installation. This installation technique allows the floor to expand and contract. Shaw offers a variety of underlayment options for your specific installation.

This installation technique is also applicable for LAMINATE flooring, plank construction in tile or wood designs. This type of "floating" laminate floor is engineered so that the edges of the planks fit together and lock into place without glue or hardware. (Note: Some products require adhesive on the end seams of the first row only.) Since those floors are "floating", proper expansion space must be maintained at all vertical surfaces. Expect moisture testing and some preparation of subfloors, according to their condition.

Shaw also has a floating version of RESILIENT LVT flooring. Our StaTite planks and tiles stick to each other, not the floor. Expect moisture testing and some preparation of subfloors, according to their condition.

TILE AND STONE
To install CERAMIC TILE, PORCELAIN TILE, or STONE, a layer of adhesive (thin-set) mortar is applied to the proper subfloor with a trowel, and the tiles are set into it, leaving a consistently sized gap, or joint, between each one. After the adhesive dries, a special grout compound is packed into the joints, filling the spaces and creating a smooth, finished surface. Expect moisture testing and some preparation of subfloors, according to their condition.

You'll want to consider your installation options as you make your product selection. Your dealer will be able to help you decide what method will work best for your specific needs.
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FLOAT

Installation Grade

ABOVE, ON, BELOW

Radiant Heat

YES

Color Variation

Product Specifications
Color Variation
Color Variation
With hardwood flooring, you have several different Color Variations: Low, Moderate and High. See below for an explanation of the Color Variation types.

Low Variation
This Shaw hardwood contains low to moderate color and character variation within each carton with low to moderate occurrences of knots and minteral streaking. These characteristics are inherent to the wood species. Falls within Low visual and color categories. Installers must work out of several boxes at a time to ensure optimum appearance. Preplanned dry racking will help.

Moderate Variation
This Shaw hardwood contains moderate to high color and character variation within each carton with moderate to high occurrences of knots and mineral streaking. These characteristics are inherent to the wood species. Falls within Moderate visual and color categories. Installers must work out of several boxes at a time to ensure optimum appearance. Preplanned dry racking will help.

High Variation
This Shaw hardwood contains high to very high color and character variation within each carton with frequent knots and very frequent mineral streaking. These characteristics are inherent to the wood species. Falls within High visual and color categories. Installers must work out of several boxes at a time to ensure optimum appearance. Preplanned dry racking will help.

Your dealer will be able to help you decide what color variation will work best for your specific needs.
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CV3 - HIGH

Light Sensitivity

NO

Gloss Level

Product Specifications
Gloss Level
Gloss Level
Matte Finish
0 to 19 percent gloss level
Semi-Gloss
20 to 55 percent gloss level
High Gloss
56 to 100 percent gloss level

 
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7

Made in the USA

NO

Country Of Origin

China

Downloads

Hard Surface Care & Maintenance

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Floorte Hardwood Warranty

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Floorte Hardwood Installation Instructions

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Exquisite Sell Sheet

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Floorte Hardwood 5 Yr Light Commercial Warranty

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Hardwood Transition Pieces

3 Transition Pieces are Available:

Transition Pieces
Flush Stairnose
Flush Stairnose
Flush Stairnose

This coordinating piece provides the proper transition for all the hardwood steps in your home. Buy the Flush Stairnose for hardwood that has been nailed or glued down.

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Flush Stairnose
Transition Pieces
Quarter Round
Quarter Round
Quarter Round

Hardwood flooring must be installed with expansion space between the flooring and the wall because it naturally expands and contracts due to weather conditions. This molding not only adds a finishing touch, but conceals the expansion space. It may also be used under cabinets where wall base won't fit or at the base of a stairway to provide a subtle blend between the horizontal and vertical surfaces.

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Quarter Round
Transition Pieces
T-Molding
T-Molding
T-Molding

T-Molding is commonly used in doorways to join two wood floors in adjoining rooms. It's also recommended when making transitions from a wood floor to another floor that is approximately the same height. T-Molding is also used to provide expansion joints when a floor dimension exceeds a length of 40' or a width of 30'.

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T-Molding

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