American Black Walnut engineered flooring is dark, rich and seductively stunning. Black Walnut has an alluring grain, delicious hues of dark chocolate with swirls of molten mocha and caramel. We produce our American Black Walnut engineered flooring in a Prime Grade, that finishes to an extremely high standard. As with all our floors this is a top-quality, wide-plank floor in long random lengths.
Prime American Black Walnut Engineered Flooring
Top quality American Black Walnut flooring. Expect a little colour variation, occasional flashes of lighter colours and a smattering of knots. Rich, dark brown to purplish-black heartwood and mainly straight-grained, but a wavy or curly grain may present.
Our engineered Prime American Black Walnut flooring is available in the following widths:
Unfinished Prime American Black Walnut Flooring
125mm up to 260mm wide £89.00 m2 + V.A.T.
UV Oiled Prime American Black Walnut Flooring
125mm up to 260mm wide £93.70 m2 + V.A.T.
Engineered American Black Walnut Flooring Technical Specification
Prime American Black Walnut Engineered Flooring is 20mm thick: 5mm American Black Walnut wear-layer and a 15mm Birch-ply substrate.
Prime American Black Walnut Engineered Flooring is Tongue & Grooved on all 4 sides.
Our engineered American Black Walnut floorboards are machined with a micro-bevel as standard (long sides). Square-shoulder floorboards available on request.
Prime American Black Walnut Engineered Flooring is available in fixed / mixed widths : 125mm – 260mm wide.
Prime American Black Walnut Engineered Flooring is produced in median lengths 2400mm. This may vary upon timber availability, but expect some shorter lengths within your order..
Prime American Black Walnut Engineered Flooring is supplied as standard as unfinished floorboards – filled and sanded, ready-to-finish.
Prime American Black Walnut Engineered Flooring prices are per square metre and exclusive of V.A.T.
Please note that descriptions and photographs of individual timbers & grades depict typical characteristics to expect. However wood being a natural material denotes that each floor is inherently unique.