Vidar Design Flooring is a leading flooring supplier that offers a a great selection of high end Engineered wood flooring to to meet the needs of every home and office. As one of the Leading suppliers of engineered wood in Ontario today, Vidar Flooring continues to deliver durability and elegance to every home.
The Origins - Hickory - Chesterfield 3/4" Engineered Wood Flooring is a Beige-colored flooring option that has a clean and refined look. It features a handscraped texture with a matte finish, giving it a subtle and Natural appearance. The hickory wood is plain sawn, showcasing the Natural grain patterns.
This flooring comes with a plywood core, making it durable and stable. It is available in a select grade, which means it has minimal color variation and few knots, resulting in a more uniform look.
The tongue and groove installation system ensures a secure and seamless fit. The flooring is protected with a UV lacquer finish, adding durability and resistance to wear and tear.
To fully complete your hardwood flooring project, you may want to consider the following accessories:
- Underlayment: Provides additional insulation, moisture resistance, and sound absorption.
- Trim pieces: Such as quarter rounds, T-moldings, or reducers, to create a finished look around the edges of your flooring or where it transitions to another type of flooring.
- Cleaning products: Specifically formulated for hardwood floors and suitable for use with a matte finish.
- Installation tools: Including a flooring nailer, glue, or adhesive, depending on the installation method you choose.
Please note that wire brushed texture is not mentioned in the provided description, so it may not be available for this specific flooring. Additionally, make sure to verify all the details with the manufacturer or a professional before making a purchase.
6.5 feet – Random length
% of full length planks in a box
Top Layer thickness
Tongue & Grove
Type of finish
Residential 25 years limited
Country of Manufacture
American Hickory, Finished in China
While I don't have specific information about the "Origins Flooring" brand, I can provide you with some general tips for maintaining various types of flooring. Different types of flooring require different maintenance approaches, so keep that in mind when applying these tips to your Origins Flooring or any other flooring brand you have.
Regular Cleaning: Regular sweeping or vacuuming helps prevent dirt and debris from scratching the floor's surface.
Mopping: Use a damp mop with a gentle cleaner suitable for your flooring type. Avoid using excessive water as it can damage some types of flooring.
Avoid Harsh Chemicals: Use only recommended cleaning products. Harsh chemicals can damage the finish of some floors.
Protective Pads: Attach felt or rubber pads to the bottom of furniture to prevent scratching and dents.
Entrance Mats: Place mats at entrances to collect dirt and moisture, preventing them from being tracked onto the flooring.
Avoid Direct Sunlight: Prolonged exposure to sunlight can cause discoloration or fading in some flooring types.
Spills: Wipe up spills promptly to prevent staining or damage.
Rugs and Carpets: If using area rugs or carpets, make sure they are suitable for your flooring type and use rug pads to prevent slipping and provide cushioning.
Temperature and Humidity: Maintain a stable indoor environment as extreme temperature and humidity fluctuations can impact certain flooring materials.
Avoid High Heels: On softer floors like hardwood or vinyl, avoid wearing high heels indoors, as they can dent or scratch the surface.
Trim Pet Nails: If you have pets, keeping their nails trimmed can prevent scratches.
Regular Maintenance: Depending on the type of flooring, you might need to occasionally apply specialized maintenance products like floor polish or sealant.
Follow Manufacturer Guidelines: If you have specific maintenance instructions from the manufacturer of your Origins Flooring, follow them carefully for the best results.
Remember, the best approach to maintaining your flooring depends on its specific material and finish. If you're unsure about the proper maintenance for your Origins Flooring, I recommend reaching out to the brand's customer support or checking their official website for guidance tailored to their products.
“Residential use” means that the original purchaser owns and resides in the home where the product was installed. If there is a question as to the type of use that is considered “residential,” please contact your customer service representative prior to purchase and installation. PLEASE NOTE Residential warranty excludes coverage for ball bearing caster wheels and rolling loads due to the unusual characteristics of this type of wheel traffic. A double wheel caster is included under normal traffic.
“Light Commercial use” means conditions and foot traffic which moderately impact the flooring. The following areas are approved for on or above grade installation of ACE resilient products: Condominiums, doctor/dental offices, lounge (excluding service area), office conference rooms, professional offices, retail sales floors.
“Wear through” is defined as complete loss of the wear layer. Gloss reduction is not considered wear and is not covered by this warranty.
“Waterproof” applies to the product itself and does not extend to damage of the subfloor or adhesives; and refers to topical moisture or topical water exposure. It does not cover moisture or water coming from below/underneath the product, and does not cover flooding or intentional damage or misuse.
This warranty is subject to the following conditions:
ACE warrants the only first quality products
The warranty period, when valid, begins on the date of the original installation.
The flooring must be installed properly in accordance with the manufacturer’s installation
instructions and for its intended purpose as flooring. This product must be installed over
approved substrates and underlayments and use the recommended adhesives
Installation requirements include, but not limited to, subfloor moisture content limits, flatness,
soundness, stability, and proper environmental acclimation to acceptable living conditions.
The flooring must be maintained in accordance with the ACE care and maintenance instructions.
ACE products are warranted to be used in 3 Season Room installations. For this application, the
flooring, adhesive (if applicable) and the environment it is installed in must maintain a
temperature range between 60° and 107° Fahrenheit (15° and 42° Celsius) before, during and
after installation. 3 Season Rooms must be enclosed with no exposure to the elements or direct
sunlight. If the 3 Season Room does not meet these requirements, it will void the warranty.
This limited warranty applies only to defects which were not visible before or during installation
of the flooring. It is the responsibility of the installer/end user to confirm the received material is
free of any obvious visible conditions that may be detrimental to the appearance and/or
performance of the product.
Minor color, shade and/or texture variations are normal. ACE does not warrant against
variations between samples, photos or models, replacement material and the installed flooring.
Any variances between actual material, product samples and/or brochures should be addressed
with your retailer prior to installation. If the retailer determines the condition “unacceptable,”
the manufacturer should be informed immediately.
If a manufacturing-related defect should arise after installation and within the specified limited
warranty period, ACE will replace or repair a floor – our option – one time with a comparable
product. ACE will also honor reasonable labor costs for the repair or replacement, if the
material was professionally installed. If the replacement or repair fails in the same manner a
second time, we conclude the site conditions may not be acceptable for the installation of the
ACE reserves the right to inspect any claims and have samples removed for analysis. We must be
given a reasonable opportunity to inspect the floor prior which should be no less than thirty (30)
days after the problem is reported.
What is NOT Covered by this Warranty:
Product sold by the manufacturer as other than “first quality.”
Improper Installation: Material installed not in accordance with ACE Residential Installation
Guide Click/Residential Installation Guide – Glue Down, including any and all problems caused
by the use of non-recommended adhesive, underlayment and/or preparation of the substrate
are not warranted. Installing four tile/plank corners together is not recommended for click
products and therefore will not be warranted. Installation errors are not manufacturing related
conditions. ACE does not warrant installer workmanship.
ACE will not pay for labor costs to repair or replace material with visible conditions that were apparent before installation.
This warranty does not cover noise related issues including, but not limited to, squeaks,
Damages resulting from improper or inadequate maintenance
Product deformity that is not measurable or that is only visible under certain light or from a
certain angle is not considered a defect. Visible defects should be evaluated by their visibility
from a standing position in normal lighting.
Damage resulting from neglect or misuse of strong detergents, chemicals, corrosives; including
but not limited to stains from paints, dyes, mats, fertilizers or other similar materials.
Damage caused by moving appliances or heavy furniture without protecting the floor. (Always
protect floor by using plywood or hard board runways when moving heavy objects and also
when using an appliance dolly, heavy objects equipped with wheels or rollers, including two and
four-wheel carts etc.)
Damage resulting from accidents, casualty events, abuse or improper usage (including pet
related damage, such as chewing, digging, clawing, etc.). Accidents, abuse and improper usage
are defined as, but are not limited to damage caused by: casters on furniture, rotating beater
bars on vacuum cleaners, burns, cuts, impact from heavy and sharp objects, narrow or spike
heels, cleats, etc., as well as, damage resulting from unprotected furniture legs.