Shannon & Waterman Custom Wide Plank Flooring Residential and Light Commercial Hardwood Warranties may be viewed here. Preventative maintenance and regular care are also included on page 6 of the warranty document.
Installation should be completed to the expectations of the attached NWFA Guidelines
The room temperature must be within a range of 60 – 80° F, with relative humidity in a range of 35 – 55%. The floor and subfloor must be within 2% of relative humidity of each other. These environmental conditions are specified as pre-installation requirements and should be maintained for the life of the product. Environmental conditions consistently outside of these parameters could result in product performance problems that would not be covered under these warranties. For more detail refer to the most current NWFA Installation Guidelines.
At Shannon & Waterman, we’re committed to guiding you through the process of not only selecting the best product for your home, but also to helping you maintain hardwood floors that will last a lifetime — and beyond. We’ve put together five guidelines to help you extend the life and preserve the natural beauty of your custom wide plank wood floors.
Our wide plank wood floors are innately durable, hard, and resistant to allergens such as dust and debris. Nonetheless, it’s always important to practice consistent, careful care maintenance so that your floors will perform at their best long-term.
If you have questions regarding the care and maintenance of your custom wide plank hardwood floors, don’t hesitate to contact our team. You can reach us at 844-315-2520 on Mondays through Fridays from 8 AM to 5 PM CST.
At Shannon & Waterman, we make luxury affordable by maintaining ownership of every aspect of our business directly. Without the added costs of outsourced manufacturing and logistics, we control expenses, achieve superior quality, and deliver beautifully customized floors at attainable price points.
Every newly crafted Shannon & Waterman wide plank floor has its beginnings in our family-owned, old growth forests. For generations, we’ve masterfully managed our forests for true sustainability—ensuring that we always have the mature trees necessary to supply the densely grown, stable, and generously proportioned wood to create the floors of your dreams. In addition, many of our products are FSC® certified.