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Virginia Mill Works Hardwood Flooring

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Virginia Mill Works produces solid and engineered hardwood floors that reflect the colonial style of early American homes.

Solid Hardwood Flooring

Solid hardwood is available from Virginia Mill Works as prefinished flooring in a thickness of 3/4 inch and a 4 3/4 inch or 5 inch width. Planks that are made with solid wood are typically installed using a nail down method on or above grade. Following the central concept of the Virginia Mill Works product line, the solid hardwood floors have a hand-scraped or distressed texture that appears naturally worn.

Engineered Hardwood Flooring

Engineered wood flooring by Virginia Mill Works, manufactured in 1/2 inch or ⅜ inch thicknesses and a 5 inch width, allows for an installation below grade because of a multi-layer construction that reduces expansion or contraction during changes with temperature and humidity. Nail, glue down, or floating methods can be used when installing engineered floors over underlayment. Quick Clic planks are specially designed for speed and convenience, ranging from a ⅜ inch to 7/16 inch thickness, and a 4 3/4 inch to a 5 inch width, while utilizing a unique locking system as well. In addition, Virginia Mill Works engineered flooring has the company's signature hand-scraped or distressed look.

Hardwood Flooring Care

As suggested on the Lumber Liquidators website, a Virginia Mill Works hardwood floor is protected by area rugs placed in key spots of high traffic. Regular sweeping or vacuuming will remove dust and dirt. Only cleaning products that are intended for hardwood floors should be used to preserve the finish.


Customers receive a 30-Year Warranty for all Virginia Mill Works Hardwood flooring products. Homeowners can contact Lumber Liquidators for more information about how to ensure that the conditions of the warranty have been fulfilled with their new floor.

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