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Arbor Zen Hardwood Floors in Asheville, NC
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Over 35,000 Trees Planted Since 2016
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Cali Vinyl Pro - Mute Step by Cali Bamboo

 

Color: Dockwood Oak

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Color: Dockwood Oak

 
Waterproof Flooring Color Name:Afterglow OakBreakwater OakCantina OakCastaway OakCoastal EucalyptusDeep Sea EucalyptusDockwood OakHuntington HickoryLong Shore PinePalm Grove OakSeascape HickorySouth Seas Oak
 
 
 
 
 

Specifications

 
 
BrandCali Bamboo
Product Line NameCali Vinyl Pro - Mute Step
Color NameDockwood Oak
Sku#7904500600
Width7.25"
Length48"
Installation MethodFloating;Glue Down
ApplicationResidential;Commercial
Color TonesBeiges / Browns
AppearanceWood Look
CoreGeoCore SPC
Wearlayer20 mil
Thickness6.5 Millimeters
Sq. Ft. Per Carton24.03
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Specifications

 
 
BrandCali Bamboo
Product Line NameCali Vinyl Pro - Mute Step
Color NameDockwood Oak
Sku#7904500600
Width7.25"
Length48"
Installation MethodFloating;Glue Down
ApplicationResidential;Commercial
Color TonesBeiges / Browns
AppearanceWood Look
CoreGeoCore SPC
Wearlayer20 mil
Thickness6.5 Millimeters
Sq. Ft. Per Carton24.03
 
 
 
 
 

Description

 
 
Cali Vinyl Pro with Mute Step delivers authentic hardwood beauty with attached acoustic padding lining each plank. Twelve coastal-inspired colors showcase intricate wood imagery and specialized embossing that matches up with the knots and grains you see. Planks are 100% waterproof and geared for commercial grade durability with a GeoCore limestone composite foundation and a 20 mil wear layer. Something special happens when you pair authentic hardwood beauty with attached acoustic padding. This IXPE cushion lining each plank improves sound insulation and provides for quieter steps and more comfortable rooms.
 
 
 
 

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