Shaw Floorte Pro Impact Plus Modeled Oak vinyl floor is a rustic brown floor with highly defined knots in each plank. This floor features dark and light hues of browns that result in a natural looking reclaimed wood floor. The dark knots that are located in the planks allow the floor to look as if it is freely flowing together. Modeled Oak would pair perfectly with any decor style and would help to enhance a rustic decor style. Modeled Oak offers a 6mil wear layer, a pre-attached underlayment, and is 100% waterproof! Modeled Oak is backed with a lifetime residential and 10-year commercial warranty, so there is no need to worry when it is installed in your home!
Shaw Floorte Pro is backed with a Lifetime Residential and 10-year Commercial Warranty | Download detailed warranty here
The warranty remains valid if the floor is installed properly and maintained according to the manufacturer's installation and maintenance guide.
VOC: Shaw Industries and each of its brands carefully consider the impact of our products throughout their lifecycle. The resilient (vinyl) products we sell - whether manufactured by Shaw or sourced from others, both residential and commercial - contain no ortho-phthalate plasticizers (including benzyl butyl phthalate). Our resilient products are also formulated using only virgin vinyl polymer to avoid the challenges of legacy chemicals that often come with post-consumer recycled content in this product category.
|Wear Layer||0.15mm (6 mil)|
|Unit of measure||sqft|
|Box Weight (lbs)||40|
|Planks per Box||12|
|Plank Style||1- Plank|
|Warranty||Lifetime Residential & 7 Year Light Commercial|
When installing any flooring, it is best if you follow the manufacturer's instructions. Reading the material that we have provided below, as well as the manufacturer's instructions, will help you with a successful flooring installation.
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When your project consists of multiple areas or rooms, we recommend drawing the spaces and dividing them into separate areas. Measure each area separately, and add each area into our calculator to get total square footage of your project.