GS Collection 5" Brazilian Cherry


5" Natural Brazilian Cherry

From Great Southern Wood Collection

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Six Central and South American Grown Hardwoods | Recycled Post-Industrial Hardwood | Natural Wood Flooring | Offered in 3″ and 5″ Widths | UV, Matte Finish

Great Southern Woods is our premium exotic plank flooring collection. Available in 3” and 5” square edge and end construction to provide the look of a site finished wood floor with no bevels. Available in Brazilian Cherry, Caribbean Cherry, Caribbean Walnut, Royal Mahogany, Santos Mahogany, and Caribbean Rosewood species in their beautiful, natural wood color. All of our engineered wood floors are FloorScore® certified, meaning they meet the highest indoor air quality standards, are safe to install in your home and will not emit any harmful chemicals or odors.


Color: Natural
Thickness: 9/16″
Width: 5″
Length: 11″ – 84″ Random Length (average 36″)
Finish: UV Cured Urethane
Gloss: Matte
Grade: Select
Grain: Mixed
Surface Treatment: Smooth
Construction: Engineered with 3mm Wear Layer
Milling: Regular T&G with Square Edges and Ends
Warranty: Lifetime Structural Warranty and 30 Year Residential Warranty
Janka Hardness: 2820
Color Change: Darkens/Ambers quickly


Carton Size: 17.5 Sq.ft./Carton

Price $8.57

Shipping: $199.00 Job site or residential.

Call: 734-214-3000

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Color Change: Like domestic cherry, Brazilian Cherry will change dramatically over time from the yellow/tan/salmon color when freshly milled into a deep rich reddish color. In direct sunlight, the color change will occur within a few days. Out of sunlight, it will oxidize slowly over six months. Water based finishes tend to retard the color change while oil based finishes enhance it.   

Color Range: Brazilian Cherry varies from yellowish hues to pink/reds to dark reds with black striping. Quartered selection yields the most uniform look/color range.  

Where to Use: Given Brazilian Cherry’s extreme hardness, it may be used in residential and commercial installations