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Timberland Floors is a site dedicated to selling only tavern or character grade hardwood. Some of the products we carry do have a short factory warranty, but under no circumstances do we honor or replace a product because of the quality. We sell totally as is, no exceptions. Please know that the product you are purchasing is a discounted price, but you as our customer must realise that these products are second quality. You will have knots, shorts, mineral streaks and other flaws. Our goal is to provide both a superior customer experience and tremendous value for our customers. So please know you will have more waste to reach a really clean look. If you have a manufacturer, color or style in mind please feel free to call us and let us try to find that product for you. We are a custom minded business and we try to help our customer find the color and look you desire.We love our customers and welcome your feedback and suggestions. Use our Contact Us page to tell us what we’re doing right or what we can improve on. When purchasing a tavern grade please remember to purchase an extra 10% overage to insure that that your floor does not have to much character or to many short boards. Some products may take two to three weeks for delivery to your home. Please keep in mind when installing this product, first be present when installers work to make sure you open each box for and mixture of colors and grain. Also, please make sure you put your product in the room where it will be installed 72 hours before installing for acclimation. This product is produced at the Armstrong/Bruce factory, but it will come in a clearly marked timberland boxes
What is rustic grade hardwood flooring?
Prefinished hardwood flooring comes in a variety of grades. Rustic grade—also known as utility grade, cabin grade, and #2 common—is one of the lowest of them all. Rustic grade accepts a range of defects, including medium to small knots, missing tongues, sander burns, short pieces, and splits. But “at the bottom” doesn’t mean bad. Sure, it lacks first grade standards, but rustic grade hardwood flooring can still be a feasible option for your improvement projects, under the right conditions.