Patina White Oak Espresso

White Oak

Character Grade

Hand Scraped Surface

Satin Low VOC Waterbase Poly

  • Surfaces & Finishes

    Patina floors are finished with low VOC water-based polyurethane in 3 gloss levels - matte, satin, and semi-gloss. ​

    SURFACE TREATMENTS include but are not limited to:

    • Wire Brushing – adds grain texture
    • Hand Scraping – *true* hand scraping
    • Distressing – dings, dents, chips & cracks
    • Chattered/Scraped Edges - hand applied to each plank
    • Kiss Bevel - hand applied bevel, the smallest possible.
    • Saw Marks – radial and/or linear
    • Torching – Sho sugi ban/charred effect
    • Metal Top Nails – non-structural metal top nails at ends of planks
    • Pegs – non-structural wooden pegs at ends of planks
  • Dimensions & Formats

    SOLID WOOD

    • Standard thickness is 3/4″
      Custom thickness upon request
    • Standard plank widths range from 3″ – 12″ wide
      Wider boards available upon request
    • Standard plank lengths are 2′ – 10′ random lengths
      Longer lengths & length groupings available upon request

    ENGINEERED WOOD

    • Standard Thickness is 5/8” or 3/4"
      custom thickness upon request
    • Standard plank widths range from 3″ – 12″ wide
      Wider boards available upon request
    • Standard plank lengths are 2′ – 10′ random lengths
      Longer lengths & length groupings available upon request
    • 5/8″ thick engineered material has a 4mm hardwood top layer
    • 3/4″ thick engineered material is available with either a 4mm or 6mm hardwood top layer

    Plank & pattern OPTIONS

    • Single-width planks
    • Mixed-width planks 
    • Chevron
    • Herringbone
    • Parquetry patterns
    • Custom patterns/designs
  • Installation Methods

    Installation methods vary depending on wood format and site conditions, but here are some general guidelines:

    • Solid wood is typically nailed, or nailed and glued, to a plywood subfloor.
    • Engineered wood is typically glued down to concrete or plywood subfloors, with or without an underlayment such a sound abating mat or a moisture barrier, depending on site conditions/requirements. 
    • Engineered floors are also usually the best choice for gluing down over radiant heat installations.
    • In either format, when planks are particularly wide, gluing and nailing is always good practice if possible.