Coswick 2-layer engineered T&G flooring can be used in all types of residential spaces, and installed above, on, or below ground level.
It is very important that you read and understand the information contained in this installation guide before starting, as improper installation can void the warranties.
It is the responsibility of the installer and/or the homeowner to inspect boards and all material for proper color, style, finish and quality prior to installation. Prior to installation, make sure that the flooring is the correct material, remove any boards/materials with which you are not satisfied. Coswick Hardwood accepts no responsibility for any costs incurred after planks with visible defects have been installed. Once installed, any plank is considered as having been accepted by both installer and owner, even if the owner was not present at the time of installation.
Keep in mind that wood is a natural product, so some color and grain variation is inevitable. Prominence of natural variation depends on the characteristics of the wood species. Coswick does not warrant against natural variations that occur from plank to plank or variations from sample to plank.
Use of filler, putty stick or stain in order to correct minor defects during installation should be accepted as normal procedure.
It is standard trade practice to allow for up to 5% margin as an allowance for cutting waste and grading variance. 5% cutting allowance must be added to the actual square footage amount.
Lifetime Structural Warranty
Coswick Hardwood Inc warrants its products, in their original manufactured condition, to be free from defects in milling, drying and grading. Lifetime Structural Warranty means that the product will remain free from milling and grading defects for a lifetime in normal environmental conditions.
Coswick Hardwood Inc warrants to the original purchaser that when used under normal residential traffic conditions and maintained following Coswick Floor Maintenance Guide, factory applied CosNanoTech+ surface finish will not wear through or separate from the wood for a full twenty-five-year (25) period from the date of purchase.