Anyone familiar with greatnorthern.com? We are looking at their shipdecking engineered hardwood for our basement which is 1400 square feet and will put in over "silent stride" pad for a moisture and sound barrier. The pieces are in 8.25" wide sections made up of three 2.75" pieces glued together. Looks like some engineered hardwood is in indivual strips. Wondering if anyone knows about or has this product? Wondering how it will look -- will the glued pieces make it look like laminate? Anyone have a photo of this? Also we are looking at gunstock and wondering if anyone has gunstock in this product if they can tell me if there is pink in it (not a big fan of pink).
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