Appalachian oak flooring with a higher gloss finish will make your space shine.
Somerset’s High Gloss Collection is solid 3/4″ thick flooring crafted from Appalachian oak, kicked up a few notches in gloss level.
NATURAL BEAUTY MEANS NATURAL VARIATIONS
The patterns and color variations in a living tree are like all of nature—never repeated. Naturally occurring wood characteristics such as mineral streaks, knots, and variations in grain and color are not considered defects. Also, the color of your floor will change over time and with exposure to ultraviolet/natural light. As a result of these natural characteristics, the variation in electronically-viewed color representation, and the variations in printing, your newly installed Somerset floor will vary from samples or pictures shown.
We feel that no other hardwood flooring in the industry is manufactured to higher quality standards than a Somerset hardwood floor. Flooring in the High Gloss Collection carries our Lifetime Structural Integrity Limited Warranty and a 50-Year Finish Wear Layer Limited Warranty.
We take great pride in the products we offer and want our customers to be completely satisfied with our flooring. Our limited warranty coverage is intended to give you peace of mind that you are purchasing a quality product from a highly reputable company. Please keep in mind that Somerset manufactures flooring, not finished floors; the flooring installer must complete the finished product. Many critical decisions must be made at the installation site, and therefore are the sole responsibility of the installer and owner.
Solid hardwood flooring is designed to be nailed or stapled‑down on or above grade (ground level) only.
Many important decisions must be made at the installation site, and therefore must be the sole responsibility of the installer/owner. These include but are not limited to proper storage and handling, complete evaluation of site conditions including moisture testing of the subfloor and flooring, acclimation of flooring to appropriate conditions, subfloor preparation, flooring layout, milling, grade, color and gloss, scraping, proper installation methods, sufficient quantity on hand to complete the job, and jobsite cleanup. For best results, we suggest installation be done by a National Wood Flooring Association (NWFA) Certified Professional.