Hi, all! First time on this forum and have enjoyed your posts!
We recently had to rip out a small portion of my mother-in-law's kitchen floor (floating on concrete slab) in order to repair a broken pipe. Now I'm having trouble finding the same type of engineered hardwood flooring to repair what's left.
Here're a couple of pictures of what we ripped out.https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-nhsZX2stTe4/VBWdkMvgqXI/AAAAAAAAY4Q/Iiq5qAtCwjg/w562-h749-no/20140914_095151.jpghttps://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-dAqa_NIubQA/VBWgEZZiE7I/AAAAAAAAY4g/vbCXctz7jL4/w562-h749-no/20140914_100228.jpg
It's 9/16" thick. So, nominally probably either 1/2" or 5/8". The top appears to be a pretty thick wear layer of 3x2.5" wide oak. Then pine slats and a layer of pine veneer on the bottom.
One store I went to ventured that it is an older, no longer manufactured model. They suggested that Bruce used to offer something like this but to check Schon and Award. So far, I haven't had any luck finding photos of what their interlock mechanisms look like. Heck, I can't even find a manufacturer's website for them.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. As a last resort, I'd find some boards that match in look and lap joint a tongue onto it, but I don't really want to go there just yet.