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Hardwoods

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Red Oak

Beautiful reddish brown wood with a unique grain. Red Oak is a slow growing tree and for that reason it produces hard, dense, heavy, and tough wood. It is prized for it wearability. The color sapwood to a beautiful warm pale brown heartwood, tinted with red. The close, even grain is distinguished by rays which reflect light and add to its attractiveness. Red Oak is a dream to work with. It will not split when nailed and hold screws forever. it finishes beautfully because of its smooth surface and appealing color.


Types
  • Pre-finished
  • Engineered
  • Unfinished
sand and refinish

White Oak

Traditional and warm. The perfect choice for an elegant and beautiful home. The wood of the mighty White Oak lives up to the reputation of the tree itself, a symbol of strength and dependability. The best oak timber comes from the tall forest trees, which produce even, straight-grained wood that is hard, heavy, strong and durable. It is insect and fungi resistant. The sap conducting pores are naturally plugged with the glistening water repellent substance. This virtual waterproofing sets white oak apart from all other native hardwoods. It also machines beautifully, glues well and holds nails and screws very well. Its handsome color ranges from nearly white sapwood to a darker gray brown heartwood. It is much paler than its relative, red oak.

Types
  • Pre-finished
  • Engineered
  • Unfinished
maple grestone hardwood floors

Maple

Has a unique light colour and fine grain that will brighten your home. In the lumber industry also referred to as hard maple, with a good reason. The very hard wood is heavy, strong, stiff and shock resistant. It works beautifully with both machine and hand tools. The sapwood is cream color tinged with pale brown. The heartwood is deeper reddish brown with dark mineral streaks. The most distinctive surface feature of maple, however, is the rare, highly figured grain patterns found in more variety than in any other domestic hardwood. They include: wavy, curly, quilted, blistered, fiddle-back, leaf figure, maple burl and of course, the famous bird’s eye. Although, often stained to bring out these unusual patterns, maple wood is never painted. Its color and grain is too beautiful to ever be covered.

Types
  • Pre-finished
  • Engineered
  • Unfinished

beech hardwood floors

Beech

Modern and refreshing. It will create an elegant and luxurious setting wherever you use it. The sapwood is white with a red tinge, while the heartwood is light to dark reddish brown. The wood is generally straight-grained with a close uniform texture. Beech works readily with most hand and machine tools. It has good nailing and gluing properties and can be stained to a good finish. Beech is classed as heavy, hard, strong, high in resistance to shock and highly suitable for steam bending. Good resistance to abrasive wear.

Types
  • Pre-finished
  • Engineered
  • Unfinished

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Birch

Natural and harmonious beauty. Birch is identified by its bright, yellowish-bronze colored bark that peels in long, thin horizontal strips. The wood is very strong, heavy, hard, and stiff with a high resistance to abrasion. It is best worked with machine tools but adapts well to hand tool use, as well. The plain, uniform grain is fine, close and evenly textured, at times found with a curly or wavy pattern.

Types
  • Pre-finished
  • Engineered
  • Unfinished

landing treads solid

Ash

It will lend a beauty that truly pleases the eyes. Like most other hardwoods the timber of the white ash is heavy, hard, strong and durable. What sets ash apart and makes it valuable for many special uses is its exceptional flexibility. Its color is nearly pure lustrous white, ranging through cream to very light brown. It has an attractive, straight, moderately open, pronounced grain.



Types
  • Pre-finished
  • Engineered
  • Unfinished

stain staining dura seal

American Cherry

A class of it's own. Traditional and elegant. The wood from the cherry tree can be described in a single word: beautiful. Its rich red-brown color deepens with age. Small dark gum flecks add to its interest. It has distinctive, unique figures and grains and exceptionally lustrous appearance that glows. The finish is satiny to the touch. Along with walnut it is the most prestigious hardwood in America. Its looks are nearly exceeded by its performance. Once dried it is particularly stable, will not warp and possesses a fine close grain that is easy to work.

Types
  • Pre-finished
  • Engineered
  • Unfinished

unfinished hardwood floors

Pine

The wood’s original creamy color ages to a fine, even, pale brown tinged with pink. Light in weight with a straight, uniform grain, remarkably clear, and nearly knot free. It works well with either hand or machine tools, fashioning easily into smooth, straight surfaces and shapes. It stays in place and has great nailing properties. The wood’s fine textured surface makes for superior finishing and staining. It is also an excellent choice where an ultra-smooth painted surface is desired.

Types
  • Pre-finished
  • Engineered
  • Unfinished

engineered flooring

Douglas Fir

Douglas Fir is big and beautiful; very handsome by anyone’s standard. The wood of the Douglas fir varies in weight and density but it is classified as softwood. It is moderately hard, however, exceptionally strong. Generally the wood can be described as straight grained; pale cream to light orange-red in color. It works readily and easily with both hand tools and machinery. The properties of this wood suit it perfectly to many forms of construction needs.


Types
  • Pre-finished
  • Engineered
  • Unfinished

natural hickory

Hickory

A narrow, up-right woodland tree, shagbark hickory is a true Native American, found nowhere else. The color of this Hickory’s wood is pale cream to a light reddish tan with a fine inconspicuous brown line. A very hard wood, hickory is exceptionally tough, strong and resilient. Like its cousin Pecan, it shrinks considerably in drying but once stable is a very useful, reliable wood. Hickory combines strength with flexibility and is a good choice, like ash, where high shock resistance is required.

Types
  • Pre-finished
  • Engineered
  • Unfinished

american walnut

Walnut

Walnut exhibits a medium to high degree of colour change with the dark brown heartwood lightening over time to a more golden brown with the muting of the colour variation found when freshly milled. 
HARDNESS: 80% as hard as red oak 
STABILITY: average

Types
  • Pre-finished
  • Engineered
  • Unfinished

Red Alder

Red Alders popularity has grown over the past decade. Known for its character, this fast growing and semi knotty hardwood produces a fine grain with natural tan, rusty red and brown tones. Its black odd shaped knots accompany figured grain patterns that are normally found in expensive Maple. Alder has excellent finishing qualities and can be stained to compliment many design themes or finished with a clear to exhibit its natural beauty. Alder can be is used to mimic woods likeAmerican Black Cherry and Walnut 

Types
  • Pre-finished
  • Engineered
  • Unfinished

Sapelli

A well defined hardwood with grey-pink sapwood. The heartwood is a vibrant reddish-brown having golden highlights. This harder species has an interlocked grain and close texture. Notable for being highly resistant to attack by parasites

Types
  • Pre-finished
  • Engineered

Brazilian Cherry

Grows throughout Central and South America. Red-orange in color, and over time the color will mellow to a more russet.

Types
  • Pre-finished
  • Engineered
  • Unfinished

Mahogony

Prized for its excellent durability and stability, Mahogany brings an elegance and richness to any setting. Its extreme hardness makes it particularly well-suited for high-traffic commercial applications, and for residential settings where an elegant look is sought after.

Types
  • Pre-finished
  • Engineered
  • Unfinished

Laminate

Sizes

Sizes
  • 3/4" x 2 1/4"
  • 3/4" x 3 1/4"
  • 3/4" x 4 1/4"
  • 3/4" x 5 1/4"
  • 5/16" x 2 1/4"

Materials

Stain Color

  • Antique Brown
    Antique Brown
  • Coffee Brown
    Coffee Brown
  • Ebony
    Ebony
  • Golden Brown
    Golden Brown
  • Medium Brown
    Medium Brown
  • Spice Brown
    Spice Brown
  • Sedona Red
    Sedona Red
  • Royal Mahogany
    Royal Mahogany
  • Rose Wood
    Rose Wood
  • Nut Meg
    Nut Meg
Antique Brown
Antique Brown

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