Domestic Hardwood Flooring

Domestic Hardwood Flooring

Domestic Hardwood Collection is where high-quality meets “green”. All domestic wood species that we offer are available 100% FSC Certified. This allows you to capture a traditional look while doing your part for the environment.

All of the tongue and groove (T&G) domestic flooring is available in multiple grades, from regional wood species, and manufactured to the highest standards. These products are ideal for LEED Certified and Green Building projects. Using our FSC certified domestics can contribute to points in the LEED certification of a building project (MRc7 and MRc5).

Prefinished T&G flooring has micro-beveled edges, and a 35% gloss aluminum oxide-based finish to perfectly match the prefinished medallions. The finishing process we use is the most advanced on the market, balancing clear presentation of the wood grain with optimal durability. Both prefinished and unfinished product is available as a 3/4″ solid plank.

American Cherry (Country Grade) – This N. American species is the hallmark of American luxury. This classic hardwood has been prized through the centuries for elegant woodworking, and has a beautiful, flowing grain. This species undergoes a dramatic color change from a pale tan color to a deep red over time. While this species is only 75% as hard as Oak, it is 33% more stable.

American Cherry (Select Grade) – This N. American species is the hallmark of American luxury. This classic hardwood has been prized through the centuries for elegant woodworking, and has a beautiful, flowing grain. This species undergoes a dramatic color change from a pale tan color to a deep red over time. While this species is only 75% as hard as Oak, it is 33% more stable.

Black Walnut (Country Grade) – This N. American species has become one of the most popular choices for luxury homes across the United States . This species undergoes a medium degree of color change, lightening from a deep brown to a golden-brown over time. While this species is only 80% as hard as Oak, it is 26% more stable.

Black Walnut (Select Grade) – This N. American species has become one of the most popular choices for luxury homes across the United States . This species undergoes a medium degree of color change, lightening from a deep brown to a golden-brown over time. While this species is only 80% as hard as Oak, it is 26% more stable.

Hard Maple (1st Grade) – This N. American species is rapidly becoming the most popular cohoice for contemporary decór. This species undergoes a slight degree of color change by ambering over time.This species is very durable: 15% harder than Oak and 4% more stable.

Red Oak (Country Grade) – This N. American species is the gold-standard against which all other woods in the industry are compared. This classic hardwood can be prepared in select and rustic grades, in various dimensions, and can be custom-stained for a nominal charge to work with any décor.

Red Oak (Select Grade) – This N. American species is the gold-standard against which all other woods in the industry are compared. This classic hardwood can be prepared in select and rustic grades, in various dimensions, and can be custom-stained for a nominal charge to work with any décor.

White Oak (Country Grade) – This N. American species is very similar to red oak, but 8% harder and it appears more beige in color. This timeless hardwood can be prepared in select and rustic grades, in various dimensions, and can be custom-stained for a nominal charge to work with any décor.

White Oak (Select Grade) – This N. American species is very similar to red oak, but 8% harder and it appears more beige in color. This timeless hardwood can be prepared in select and rustic grades, in various dimensions, and can be custom-stained for a nominal charge to work with any décor.