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Red Oak Select Wood Flooring

Red Oak is one of the most popular types of wood floors. It has a natural reddish hue with “Northern” red oak being more uniform in color than oak coming from other regions. The red oak select and better grades will have consistent coloring throughout the floor with very little color variation. Red oak takes…

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White Oak #1 Common Wood Flooring

White oak is one of the most common species for flooring emitting a natural light brown hue. “Northern” white oak is more uniform in color than oak coming from other regions. This floor has a tight close grain pattern which gives it a nice overall appearance. White oak offers up different looks depending on whether…

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White Oak #2 Common Wood Flooring

White Oak is one of the most common species for flooring emitting a natural light brown hue with “Northern” white oak being more uniform in color than oak originating in other regions. This floor has a tight close grain pattern which gives it a nice overall appearance. White oak offers up different looks depending on…

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White Oak Select Wood Flooring

Oak is one of the most popular species used in flooring. It emits a natural light brown hue, with “Northern” white oak being more uniform in color that coming from other regions. The select grade has a tight close grain pattern which gives the floor a consistent color. White oak offers up different looks depending…

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Maple Hardwood Flooring – Premium White

Maple flooring options are some of the most common choices after red and white oak. Our Premium White Maple Hardwood flooring is light and uniform in appearance and can readily transform any room to make it appear more airy and roomy. Maple is one of the most durable species of wood and is often selected…

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Maple Hardwood Flooring – 3rd Grade

Maple flooring options are some of the most common choices after red and white oak. Light and uniform in appearance, this floor can make any room appear more spacious. Maple is one of the most durable species chosen for long-lasting flooring applications. The look of maple can vary tremendously — from very white and consistent…

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Maple Hardwood Flooring – 2nd Grade (Better)

Maple flooring is one of the most common choices after red and white oak. Maple can be light and uniform in appearance or it can vary quite dramatically showing many color variations including dark chocolates and pink hues. Maple is 12% harder than red oak. Grade Description This grade of hard maple allows more subtle…

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Natural Cherry Hardwood Flooring

Sophisticated and elegant, cherry is considered the premier North American hardwood. The best color and grain in the cherry market comes from the Midwest. The grades vary from formal classic tones to more casual light or dark coloring. As cherry ages its tone darkens and character markings become more distinctive. Color can range dramatically between…

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Natural Walnut Flooring

Walnut is usually dark brown in color, although the sapwood may be nearly white to tan. Walnut is an elegant wood with deep tones and is highly sought. To add refined elegance and incomparable beauty to any home, this is the floor of choice. Walnut is 20% softer than red oak. Grade Description This grade…

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Superior Hardwoods | Big Hole Reclaimed Chestnut Flooring

Reclaimed American chestnut flooring is characterized by its strength and unique open grained wood with a high level of resistance to decay. Our Big Hole Battlefield Chestnut is truly one of a kind. During the great expansion of the western frontier, Chestnut had many applications including furniture, split rail fences, and even telephone poles. Sadly,…

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