Our Wood Products
We're proud to offer a wide selection of hardwood choices.
Heartwood is the inner, darker section of the tree that contains less moisture and retains most of its size upon drying.
Heartwood is formed from the older sapwood and is the strongest part of the tree. Heartwood is not as susceptible to fungal decay. Our floors are made of the highest quality of wood from each and every type of tree that we carry.
Brands We Carry
Red oak, Janka Hardness Rating 1290:
The most popular domestic wood species for hardwood flooring, Red Oak is known for having moderate to heavy graining with moderate color variations. Coloring of Red Oak ranges from light creamy reddish pinks to shades of brown. Red Oak varies from White Oak due to the fact that it has pinkish undertones, whereas White Oak has golden/brownish gray undertones.
White oak, Janka Hardness Rating 1360:
White Oak is a domestic wood species similar to Red Oak, but harder on the Janka Hardness Scale (Red Oak is 1290). Natural Coloring of White Oak ranges from golden/browns with gray undertones. Because of the harder grain White Oak flooring takes stain colors very evenly. White Oak hardwood flooring features generally moderate linear graining with moderate color variations and has exceptional stability. Because of the great durability and stability of White Oak it has been used for flooring and in boat building and wine barrels for centuries. White Oak is a fantastic way to add a touch of traditional atmosphere to your home without introducing the hints of red you would find in a Red Oak Natural.
Maple, Janka Hardness Rating 1450.
Found mostly growing in the northern regions of North America and Canada, Maple hardwood flooring is a very pale, creamy white color with slight shade differences from board to board. Depending on the grade chosen, Maple flooring can contain minimal to a lot of brownish/black mineral streaks, Clear grade maple has the least of this streaking. Maple graining is very light and fine and many times barely discernible. Grain will range from uniformly straight lines to curly patterns. Some cuts of Maple flooring will contain graining called “birdseye.” Birdseye is a distinctive pattern of small marks that resemble tiny eyes. It does occur in a few other wood species, but is most common in Hard Maple.
Maple, Janka Hardness Rating 1820.
Hickory is one of the hardest domestic wood species and is highly popular because of its natural color variation and unusual graining. Coloring for Hickory Hardwood flooring can range from creamy whites to medium browns (with even darker browns in some rustic grades). Hickory is most popular in wider planks (think 5 IN. and wider) because more narrow strips of Hickory can start looking pretty busy with all the unique and interesting graining and variation within the boards.
Ash, Janka Hardness Rating 1320.
Ash is known for color variation from pale white to light/medium brown. Graining is bold and can appear straight, curly or wavy. Ash flooring is very similar to White Oak, but adds a bit more excitement to a room with its more unique graining.
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