American Walnut Suede
Engineered – Prefinished 



Black walnut, Juglans nigra, may also be known as eastern black walnut or American walnut. This tree once grew abundantly in the eastern bottomland forests, where the soil was deep and rich. Trees 150 feet tall with 50-foot clear stems and 6-foot diameters were not uncommon. Solid walnut wood has been used in every sort of homemade furniture imaginable during the Colonial and Federal periods.

During pioneer times in the Midwest states, black walnut was still very abundant, although the extremely large trees were already gone. The tree was often cut for such rudimentary things as split rail fences. Millions of railroad ties were made from walnut, since it resisted rot when in contact with the soil.

Black walnut is now making a comeback and is competing with black cherry and white oak as one of the fine North American hardwoods. It is unsurpassed, since no other wood has less jar or recoil, it doesn’t warp, shrink or splinter, and it is light in proportion to its strength. The smooth, satiny surface makes it easy to handle.

American Walnut Suede Flooring
Available - 5" Face width (28.88 sqft/box)
Thickness - 1/2"
Random Length 12"-84"
Side and End Matched
Eased Square Edge - Side Only
Aluminum Oxide Finish
Weight - 2 lbs.sqft

Installation Guidelines (PDF)
Engineered Flooring Floating Installation Instructions (PDF)
Radiant Heat Limited Engineered Flooring Warranty (PDF)
Glue or Nail Down Installation (PDF)
Maintenance Guide (PDF)

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