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Savanna / SA-1903

Gazelle

Gazelle
Gazelle
Gazelle
  • Product Details

    Elegant, regal, and sharp, are all adjectives that go hand in hand when gazing upon the Gazelle. This mid tone brown European Oak really embodies the African Savanna aesthetic that inspired this collection. Constructed of strong High Density Fiberboard (HDF) that is designed to absorb impact, the Savanna collection is sustainable and environmentally friendly as it uses 50% less forest products than conventional hardwood flooring.

    Color Variation - High
    Foot Traffic - Medium
    Gloss - Matte
  • Technical Specs
    life time

    Lifetime Structural
    Warranty

    warranty

    25 Year
    Finish Warranty

    Floor Score

    Floor Score Certified

    Edges

    Micro Bevelled

    Finish

    Wirebrushed Texture

    SKU: SA-1903
    COLLECTION: Savanna
    SPECIES: European Oak
    STRUCTURE: High Density Fiberboard (HDF) Core
    WIDTH: 7.5"*
    LENGTH: 74"
    THICKNESS: 1/2"*
    WEAR LAYER: 1.2 mm*
    INSTALL TYPE: Float, Glue, Nail/Staple
    SQ. FT. / BOX: 23.19 ft


    *Nominal
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Elegant, regal, and sharp, are all adjectives that go hand in hand when gazing upon the Gazelle. This mid tone brown European Oak really embodies the African Savanna aesthetic that inspired this collection. Constructed of strong High Density Fiberboard (HDF) that is designed to absorb impact, the Savanna collection is sustainable and environmentally friendly as it uses 50% less forest products than conventional hardwood flooring.

Color Variation - High
Foot Traffic - Medium
Gloss - Matte
life time

Lifetime Structural
Warranty

warranty

25 Year
Finish Warranty

Floor Score

Floor Score Certified

Edges

Micro Bevelled

Finish

Wirebrushed Texture

SKU: SA-1903
COLLECTION: Savanna
SPECIES: European Oak
STRUCTURE: High Density Fiberboard (HDF) Core
WIDTH: 7.5"*
LENGTH: 74"
THICKNESS: 1/2"*
WEAR LAYER: 1.2 mm*
INSTALL TYPE: Float, Glue, Nail/Staple
SQ. FT. / BOX: 23.19 ft


*Nominal

Room Calculator

Use our trusty room calculator for accurate amount to order.

Room 1 X
Room 2 X
Room 3 X
Waste Factor (%)
    

Molding Profiles

All molding are 7 ft in length

  • End Molding
  • Quarter Rounds
  • Reducers
  • Stair Noses
  • T_Molding
  • Wall Bases
  • End Molding

    Used as a transition from wood to carpet, sliding glass doors, or areas around fireplaces.

  • Quarter Round

    Frames all flooring projects and covers expansion gaps next to walls.

  • Reducer

    Bridges the gap between two uneven surfaces to create a smooth transition.

  • Stair Nose

    A durable trim for the treads and risers on stairways.

  • T-Molding

    Bridges the expansion gap between two level surfaces.

  • Wall Base

    Borders the floor for a finished look and covers expansion gaps next to walls.

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Creating Color from Within –
What are Reactive Stains?

Reactive stains work by reacting with the natural components WITHIN the wood.  Whereas, traditional stains add their color by painting the SURFACE of the wood.

Reactive stains create color from inside the wood by interacting with the woods natural ingredients to create unique, 2-toned colors in wide variations that cannot be duplicated with traditional staining methods.

Reactive stain's interaction with the natural tannins and sugars in the wood also creates an 'aged' look by replicating the oxidization and maturing process of naturally aged wood.  The natural maturing process will normally take decades to achieve, but with the reactive staining process it can create the same look immediately without harming the quality of the wood itself.

What is Fuming?

Fumed (AKA Smoked) wood has been exposed to ammonia which reacts with the natural tannins in the wood to bring out new colors and variations.

European oak is the preferred species for fuming/ smoking because of its high tannin content which brings out an intense darker color.

Because the intensity of the reaction depends on the tannin content of the wood, each board reacts a little differently from the next, creating color variation that is more pronounced than untreated wood.

It is a common mistake that fuming/ smoking involves application of the ammonia INTO the wood, but this is not the case.  The change in color comes from the wood's reaction to the presence of small amounts of ammonia in an enclosed environment.  The ammonia causes the tannins in the wood to be brought to the surface. The longer the wood is exposed to the ammonia, the darker it becomes, resulting in range of color from rich brown to almost black.

In European this fuming technique has been used for centuries, but in the US many people are unfamiliar with it and are unaccustomed to the wide color variation it achieves.  Remember – this variation is the floors ASSET and not a negative feature.

The Timbertop Lifestyle collection has 6 colors and 3 are offered with fuming
(In combination with a Reactive stain process)
Biarritz (LTC-503), Mauritius (LTC-504), St. Moritz (LTC-501)

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