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Shaw Epic: Jubilee Barnwood Hickory 3/8" x 5" Engineered Hardwood SW194/936

Shaw Epic:  Jubilee Barnwood Hickory 3/8" x 5" Engineered Hardwood SW194/936

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19.72 SQ FT PER CARTON
Odd-lot Specials
Approved Subfloor: Wood or Concrete
Carton Coverage: 19.72
Color Group: Dark Brown
Color Name: Barnwood
Color Variation: Moderate
Colors: Auburn,Cinnamon,Olive
Construction: Engineered
Description: 3/8" Thick (3 ply)
Dimensions: 5" Wide x Random Lengths 12" to 60"
Edge Profile: Micro-beveled ends and edges
Finish Group: Traditional
Finish Type: DuraShield Polyurethane with Aluminum Oxide
Finish Warranty: Now & Forever Lifetime Wear Warranty
Grade: Classic
Installation Method: Glue/Staple/Nail/Float
Locking: Tongue and Groove
Manufacturer: Shaw
Manufacturer SKU: SW194/936
Photo Sensitivity: Low
Species: Hickory
Species Group: Hickory
Style Name: Jubilee
Thickness: 3/8"
Where to Install: On, Above, Below Grade, Over Radiant Heat
Width: 5"

Features

Benefits

Shaw "Green Edge"

All Epic hardwoods are supplied by manufacturers committed to environmentally responsible harvesting.  Epic's 3/8" hardwood uses 50% less newly forested wood than traditional engineered hardwood floors

 
 

DuraShield™ Finish

Aluminum Oxide enriched DuraShield™ finish lasts up to seven times longer than other urethane finishes!

 
 

EnviroCore™

The inner core of Epic hardwood is composed of sawmill byproducts that would otherwise be wasted.  Environmentally sound resources give your floors the structural integrity to withstand everyday wear and tear.

 
 

Micro-Beveled Planks

Micro-Beveling creates an artistic effect where boards meet, giving your floor more depth and dimension.

 
 

Made in the USA

This Shaw Engineered Hardwood Floor is proudly made in the USA

 
SHAW HARDWOOD VERSALOCK INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
 
TYPICAL TOOLS REQUIRED:
  • Pull Bar
  • Tapping Block
  • 1/2" Wall Spacers
  • Tape Measure
  • Utility Knife
  • Broom
  • Electric Saw (carbide blade)
  • 6' Straightedge
  • Hammer
  • Pencil
  • Eye and Ear Protection
1. PREPARATION
  • VersaLock™ Hardwood can be installed directly over most existing floor coverings, except for carpet. Wood flooring glued to concrete must be removed before installation. Shaw VersaLock Hardwoods are not recommended for installations over radiant-heated subfloors.
  • Cartons of flooring must lay flat, unopened, in the room being installed for a minimum of 48 hours before installation. Allow more time in high humidity or very dry areas.
  • Subfloor must be leveled to within 1/8" in 6' Fill low spots with portland cement based filler. Any high spots must be removed. Check for levelness with 6' straightedge.
  • Remove any existing floor moldings (if any) except for the wall baseboards.
  • Undercut doorframes. Lay a loose plank upside down on top of the underlayment against the frame. This will be your guide for proper height to allow installed planks to float under it. Saw the bottom of the door jamb off, leaving the required expansion gap allowance. The expansion gap must be greater than or equal to the thickness of the Shaw VersaLock Hardwood Flooring you are installing.
  • Sweep the floor clean.
  • Before installing over concrete, concrete covered with existing ceramic, marble, stone, vinyl tile or linoleum - Test floor for excessive moisture. To do so, cut 3' x 3' squares of polyethylene plastic (one for every 200 sq. ft. of floor space). Spread around different areas of the floor for a more accurate evaluation. Tape all edges down firmly sealing them directly to the existing floor. Leave down for 24 - 48 hours; if moisture forms under the plastic, or if the cement darkens, seal with a concrete sealer. Call Shaw Information Center at 1-800-441-7429 for assistance.
  • On Wood Floors - Use any of Shaw Hardwood and Laminate underlayments. DO NOT tape seams together when going over wood or organic floor. If wood floor is adhered over concrete, it must be removed before installing Shaw VersaLock Hardwood. On Concrete Floors - Use 2-in-1 or new Silent Step™ 3-in-1 Underlayments. 2-in-1 should be rolled out overlapping the top poly flap only, Silent Step 3-in-1 should be rolled out with the seams pulled together; both should go up the wall at least 2" when used over concrete. Tape underlayment seams using a 2" clear packing sealing tape.
  • Unroll one width of underlayment along the longest wall. All work is done from left to right. Planks should run lengthwise against the longest wall, and if possible, parallel to incoming sunlight.
  • Rooms larger than 26 x 40 (1,040 sq. ft.) require T-Molding for expansion.
2. START OF INSTALLATION
  • The width of the first row of planks should be approximately the same width as the last row. This may require cutting the first row plank to a smaller width. Measure across the room (inches) and divide by the width of a plank to see how many full width planks will be used and what size width will be needed for the last row. The last row should never be less than 2" in width.
  • Use spacers to maintain the proper expansion gap around the entire perimeter of the floor (remember the expansion gap should be equal to or greater than the thickness of the flooring.) Quarter Round molding will cover this expansion gap. IMPORTANT: this gap must be maintained around cabinets, pipes, toilet flanges and any other obstacle in floor.
  • INSPECT EACH BOARD CAREFULLY FOR DAMAGE PRIOR TO INSTALLING IT.
  • Check groove on plank to make sure it is clean or free of debris.
  • To lock planks together, insert tongue into the groove at a slight angle, when top edges meet, rotate downward. Planks will click together for a tight fit. If there are any gaps, reconnect the planks. connect end edges first, then the longer side edges of the planks. Start by building a 2-row rack. To do this, start with 4 planks, plank 1 should be full length, plank 2 should be cut to 1/3 its original length (approximately 29"). This will give the proper amount of stagger to the end joints and thereby make your floor more secure. This 2 row rack can be built either directly against the start wall and the spacers, or away from the wall so that you can kneel on one row and pull the second row toward you.
  • Connect plank 2 to plank 1 by inserting edge tongue into edge groove at a slight angle. When top hardwood surfaces touch, rotate downward.
  • Connect plank 3 to plank 1 by inserting end tongue into end groove, keeping the edges perfectly aligned. When the top VersaLock Hardwood surfaces touch, rotate downward.
  • Connect plank 4 to planks 2 and 3 by first joining the ends of 4 to 2. To do this, leave a gap where the tongue and groove of planks 3 and 4 are. Once the ends are connected, place a hand under the locked ends, raise the planks slightly upwards (1" - 2"). This angle will now allow you to slide the tongue of plank 4 into the groove of plank 3 (the end joint will slide down into place without releasing) when top VersaLock Hardwood edges met, rotate both planks (4 and 2) downward. Use this method throughout the remainder of the floor.
  • Continue to build these 2 rows until you reach the adjoining wall, leaving your expansion space. When door molding or other obstruction won't allow the needed space to rotate the plank downward, align tongue to groove and use pull bar to tap the tongue into the groove until top Glueless Hardwood edges meet on both long and short side of panel.
  • If you build these rows away from the starting wall, go ahead and push them into position now. Be sure to place spacers at both ends of each row, and 2' intervals along the start wall.
  • If the starting wall is uneven, you can scribe the contour of the wall onto the first row of planks. Use a 2" square block and a pencil and follow the contour. Disassemble, cut at line and reassemble. To disassemble, kneel on row 1 and carefully raise the edge of row 2 rotating upwards and removing planks in the opposite direction in which you installed them.
  • Begin the third row with a plank cut to 2/3 its original length. This could be from one of the cut planks from row 1 or 2. (See master installation strategy above)
3. REMAINDER OF FLOOR
  • Repeat the process of using random length start planks (minimum of 16") to ensure a more natural look.
  • Use cut pieces from the end of each row as starting planks. Always stagger end joints a minimum of 20"; making random so as not to show a repeating pattern.
  • All joints should be a tight fit with no gaps. Stop and re-connect if a joint is not tight or if all edges are not even with adjacent planks. These planks can be engaged and disengaged several times if needed to help make a correct installation.
  • Cutting the last row, place a full row of planks directly on top of the last row installed planks (keeping the tongue in the same direction of the installed planks). Use the full width of scrap pieces of plank, insert a spacer between wall and scrap piece of plank. Place a pencil next to the edge and trace a line down the planks following the contour of the wall. Cut planks on line and connect last row. Tap lightly and follow along the edge until it's all in place, leaving no gaps.
4. MOLDING AND TRANSITIONS
  • Remove the spacers from the expansion space.
  • Silicone sealant must be used to fill the expansion gap in all areas where a water source is present, such as windows, sinks, dishwashers, refrigerators, pipes and toilet flange, etc.
  • Do not use in 3/4 and full bathrooms.
  • Nail or glue your matching Quarter Round to the wall or wall base board. Do not nail down into the floor. This floor is designed to not be fastened in any manner. The Quarter Round will cover the expansion gap and silicone sealant, overlapping the floor.
  • Pre-drill nail holes in the Quarter Round before nailing. Use Shaw color coordinating putty to fill the countersunk nail heads.
  • Glue, screw, or nail the proper length of molding track to the subfloor, next to the joining floor covering allowing the proper expansion zone. Select the proper transition molding, allowing for a slight overlap on the new VersaLock Hardwood floor. In the event that accidental damage is done to one of the planks, minor scratches can be repaired using a Shaw Flooring repair kit.
© Copyright 2003 - 2008 Shaw Industries Group, Inc., a Berkshire Hathaway Company
 
 
SHAW HARDWOODS
LIMITED WARRANTY
EPIC ENGINEERED HARDWOOD FLOORING
 
Effective As Of April 27, 2007
 
This Shaw Engineered Hardwood Floor comes with a:
  • Lifetime Structural Integrity Warranty
  • Epic Engineered Hardwood also comes with a 20 year, 25 year or Lifetime wear and finish warranty depending on the selling style purchased.
  • Sand and Refinish Warranty on all 3/4" thick products.
These warranties, which begin from the date of purchase, apply to products used in dry residential applications. Lifetime warranties apply to products used in dry residential applications. Lifetime warranties apply for as long as the original purchaser owns and resides in the home where the product was installed.
 
What the Shaw Epic Engineered Hardwood Flooring Limited Warranty covers:
 
Finish and Wear Warranty - Shaw Industries Group, Inc. ("Shaw") warrants to the original purchaser that its face surface wear layer will not peel off or wear through, for the indicated period of time, from the date of purchase.
 
Lifetime Structural Integrity Warranty - Shaw additionally warrants that these engineered hardwood products in their original manufactured conditions to be free from defect in material and workmanship including, milling, assembly, dimension and grading. Shaw additionally warrants that these engineered hardwood floors, will not warp, cup, buckle or delaminate when properly installed and maintained according to Shaw's installation instruction procedures. This warranty includes installation over hardwood approved radiant heated subfloor systems, for both adhered or floating methods of installations, that are made using 1/2" or greater thickness products of the Oak, Ash, Hickory or Walnut veneer species only.
 
Sand and Refinish Warranty - Shaw additionally warrants that in those cases where the surface becomes damaged by neglect or accidents not covered by the normal applicable Finish and Wear Warranty on its 3/4" thick products or due to a desire to change the stained color of the floor, the 3/4" thick products can be sanded and refinished using normally accepted industry procedures up to two times and still retain their original Structural Integrity Warranty. Subsequent to any refinishing procedure, continuation of a finish warranty would be supplied by the aftermarket finish manufacturer and qualified refinish contractor.
 
Note:
Hardwood flooring being a natural product will continue to expand and contract during seasonal and temperature changes. Products when properly installed may experience slight separation between boards. If minor separations do occur, they are not covered by this warranty.
 
Product determined to have any possible defect by the person doing the installation should be returned to your dealer for inspection and possible replacement PRIOR TO INSTALLATION. All questions of product quality are to be addressed prior to installation.
 
What you should do if any of the above listed problems occur and you need warranty service:
You (the original purchaser) should notify the authorized Shaw Hardwood Flooring dealer from which the original purchase was made of any defect no later than 30 days after discovering the defect but within the time period of the applicable limited warranty.
You (the original purchaser) must present to that authorized Shaw Hardwood Flooring dealer the following items for a warranty claim to be considered:
  • A valid proof of purchase in the form of a sales receipt or other documents which establish proof of purchase
  • A description of the problem and/or a photograph/sample that clearly shows the warranty problem
What Shaw will do should you need warranty service:
If Shaw accepts a claim under this limited warranty, Shaw will authorize your dealer to repair or replace, at Shaw's option, the affected flooring material. If professionally installed, Shaw will pay the reasonable labor costs to perform the replacement or repair during the first five (5) years from the date of original purchase. In the event that the style installer in the home is no longer available, Shaw will authorize your dealer to replace the affected floor with another style of equal value. The above described remedy is the purchaser's sole and exclusive remedy for claim under this limited warranty.
 
Each Shaw Hardwood Flooring Limited Warranty is subject to the following conditions:
This limited warranty is valid only in North America. The warranty is not transferable. It extends only to the original purchaser. This limited warranty applies only where the affected area of the Shaw Hardwood Flooring is visible and covers an area greater than 10% of the room. The flooring must be installed in accordance with Shaw Hardwood Flooring recommended installation instructions. This limited warranty shall not apply to damage arising from and specifically excludes any of the following:
  • Natural wood characteristics such as mineral streaks, small knots, grain variations, etc. are normal characteristics and are not construed as defects; no two pieces of wood are the same color or other variations can occur; we cannot guarantee against natural variations, nor the normal difference between color samples or photographs and colors of installed floors.
  • Failures resulting from the use of non equivalent sundry items during the product installation; including improper adhesives, underlayments, fasteners or tools.
  • Indentations, scratches or damage caused by negligence, water moisture, insects, animals and high heeled or spiked shoes.
  • Failure to follow manufacturers written installation instructions including protecting the floor from subfloor moisture.
  • Failure due to structural changes in the subfloor, settling of the building or uneven subflooring that has not been adequately leveled.
  • Improper radiant floor heating usage, or installations not in accordance with Shaw's recommended instructions for installations over radiant heated subfloors.
  • Excessive or inadequate humidity in the area. Relative humidity in the area of use must be within a normal range of 35% - 65%.
  • Improper, insufficient protection, care and maintenance.
  • Accidents, abuse or misuse. Warranty will be made void if man-made or natural disasters including leaking or broken plumbing, fire, floor, earthquake or standing water occur during or after installation.
  • Improper alteration of original manufactured product. Improper alterations or repairs to Shaw's original product will void any and all warranties.
  • All woods are affected by light. Some exotic species will darken while other species will tend to lighten over a period of time when exposed to natural and artificial light sources. Some wood species darken and/or lighten at a faster rate than others. This is a natural characteristic of wood and does not constitute any type of product defect.
  • Damage due to failure to use appropriate chair pads under castor (wheeled) chairs.
  • Use only seamless plastic castor wheels to help prevent scratches.
  • Failure due to structural changes in the subfloor, settling of the building or uneven subfloor that has not been adequately leveled.
  • This warranty does not cover removal or replacement of cabinets, appliances, furniture or other fixtures.
  • Gloss reduction is not considered wear.
  • Freight
Please Note:
Shaw does not grant to any person or entity the authority to create for it any obligation or liability in connection with Shaw. Shaw shall not be liable to the purchaser or any other person for any incidental, special or consequential damages, arising out of breach of this limited warranty or any implied limited warranty (excluding merchantability). All implied warranties are hereby limited to the duration of this warranty. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of implied warranties or the limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to the purchaser. This warranty gives the purchaser specific legal rights, such rights may vary from state to state.