• Active Hardwood
  • Armstrong Hardwood
  • Belle Floor
  • Bruce Hardwood Flooring
  • Carleton Hardwood Flooring
  • Coswick Floors
  • Danske Hardwood Flooring
  • Du Chateau Flooring
  • Elegance Exotic Wood Flooring
  • Goodfellow Wood
  • Hartco Hardwood Flooring
  • Laurentian Hardwoods
  • Kentwood Floors
  • Kraus Hardwood
  • Kahrs International
  • Mirage Hardwood
  • Pravada Flooring
  • Preverco Flooring
  • Satin Finish
  • Shaw Hardwood
  • Superior Flooring
  • Torlys Hardwood
  • Upo Floors
  • Urban Floors
  • Unique Hardwood
  • Vintage Hardwood
  • Wide Plank
  • Centura [Laminate]
  • Evoke [Laminate]
  • Euro Cork [Cork]
  • Harbinger Flooring [Cork]
  • Wicanders Flooring [Cork]
Please inquire within for any manufacturer not listed above as we are able to access all any other manufacturer you may require for your design purposes.

Types of Hardwood

Engineered Hardwood

Solid Hardwood

Laminate Wood

Want your cake and eat it too? Prefinished wood gives you the look of solid wood, but doesn’t need to be sanded or finished. Plus, it can be refinished at least twice when that time comes down the road.

The classic. With an almost endless variety of choices, solid wood allows for a totally custom look for your home. Anything from classic red oak and Brazilian cherry, to environmentally-friendly woods like cord and bamboo.

Dogs and kids? No problem. Laminate floors are made from synthetic materials, usually melamine resin, and are virtually scratch-proof. The durability of laminate floors has earned them increased popularity in busy households.

Common Species


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Janka Hardness Scale

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