Types of Wood We Offer


Other Names: Acacia Mollissima, Black Wattle, Burma Walnut, Tan Wattle, Basboom, Shittah, Shittum

Description: With a beautifully blended assortment of colors, Acacia hardwood flooring is a tasteful choice that exudes the sophistication of a one of a kind floor, all the while sporting a surprisingly reasonable price tag. Acacia’s medium to dark brown heartwood is tinged with vibrant reddish orange and accented with light yellows. Acacia hardwood flooring is one of the most popular flooring choices in homes. One thing to keep in mind however is that Acacia essentially is a bush as opposed to a tree and does not grow very tall. Because of this the length structure on the Acacia flooring planks max out at 3’ to 4’ being the longest boards.

  • Hardness: 1,750 pounds
  • Strength (MOR): 17,500 psi
  • Stiffness (MOE): 2,080 1000 psi
  • Density (KG/m3): 540
  • Tangential Shrinkage: 7.0 %
  • Radial Shrinkage: 3.1 %


Other Names: Betula alleghaniensis, Yellow Birch, Sweet Birch, Paper Birch, American Birch, Hard Birch, Silver Birch, Black Birch, Cherry Birch, Canoe Birch

Description: Birch has a long history of usage in the Americas because of its availability and durability. Native Americans used birch bark to cover canoe frames and as arrow shafts. Birch hardwood flooring can be found in many historic New England homes. Birch heartwood color can vary from light reddish brown to dark brown with red tinges. The sapwood can be white to light colored. Birch has a fine, uniform texture and a straight grain.

  • Hardness: 1,260 pounds
  • Strength (MOR): 15,600 psi
  • Stiffness (MOE): 950 1000 psi
  • Density (KG/m3): 670
  • Tangential Shrinkage: 9.0 %
  • Radial Shrinkage: 6.5 %


Other Names: Pecan Carya spp, Bitter pecan, Hickory, Pecan hickory, Sweet pecan, Nutmeg Hickory, Bitternut, Bitternut hickory, Pignut Hickory, Shellbark Hickory, Shagbark Hickory, Mockernut Hickory, Swamp hickory, Water hickory, Wild pecan, Bitter pecan Nogal morado, Nuez encarcelada

Description: The distinctive and numerous shades of brown inherent in a Hickory hardwood floor create remarkable contrasts that, along with its intricate grain patterns, are nothing short of spectacular. Not only is Hickory naturally striking in the aesthetic sense, but it is also the hardest of all North American woods. Hickory has been admired for quite some time in the U.S. and abroad for both its beauty and strength, being traditionally used for decorative paneling and furniture veneer as well as for tool handles and pallets. Because of this combination of durability and powerful color contrasts, Hickory makes a versatile and attractive flooring material well-suited for any style of home.

  • Hardness: 1,820 pounds
  • Strength (MOR): 13,700 psi
  • Stiffness (MOE): 1,730 1000 psi
  • Density (KG/m3): 735
  • Tangential Shrinkage: 8.9 %
  • Radial Shrinkage: 4.9 %


Other Names: Brands: Luxury Laminate, Alloc, Nature Flooring, Armstrong, Columbia, Kronotex, Lamett, Mannington, Mohawk, Pergo, Quick-Step, Quickstyle, Stepco, Wilsonart

Description: Laminate flooring is one of the latest trends in the residential flooring industry. Because of it excellent price point and superb durability, laminate flooring has become one of the hottest consumer products in the house and home market. Laminate flooring is an ultra-durable product that looks like a real wood or stone floor. But it’s less costly and generally easier to install.

  • Hardness: 2,000 pounds
  • Strength (MOR): 12,000 psi
  • Stiffness (MOE): 800 1000 psi
  • Density (KG/m3): 1,200
  • Tangential Shrinkage: 0.0 %
  • Radial Shrinkage: 0.0 %
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Luxury Vinyl

Other Names: LVT, Luxury Vinyl Plank, LVP, Luxury Vinyl Flooring

Description: With today’s state-of-the-art manufacturing processes, Luxury Vinyl Flooring can rival the look and texture of “wood” planks and “stone” tiles. Advanced photographic technologies forms the basis for being able to replicate real hardwood and stones into a luxury vinyl flooring system. There are multiple layers fused together to create the final product including a photographic film layer and a urethane or aluminum oxide top layer. Some luxury vinyl floors also come with a cork liner already attached.

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Other Names: Acer spp, Ahorn, Erable, European maple, Field maple, Bird’s Eye maple, Black maple, Canadian maple, Curly maple, Fiddleback maple, Hard maple, Rock maple, Sugar maple, White maple, Bigleaf maple, Broadleaf maple, Oregon maple, Pacific Coast maple, Western maple, Silver maple, Soft maple, White maple, Ashleaf maple, Boxelder, Manitoba maple

Description: Maple hardwood flooring is a bright, attractive and classic hardwood standard in the United States, celebrated as the state tree of Wisconsin, Vermont, West Virginia, and New York. The light, pale tone of maple hardwood flooring accentuates the light of any room, both brightening the room while simultaneously making it appear more expansive. The yellowish-brown heartwood is accompanied by tones that are sometimes tinged with reddish-brown. Maple hardwood flooring has a fine, uniform texture and is incredibly strong and shock resistant, with particular resistance to abrasion and wear, making a maple floor a beauty that you will be able to enjoy in your home for years to come.

  • Hardness: 1,450 pounds
  • Strength (MOR): 10,700 psi
  • Stiffness (MOE): 1,450 1000 psi
  • Density (KG/m3): 755
  • Tangential Shrinkage: 9.9 %
  • Radial Shrinkage: 4.8 %

Pebble Tiles

Other Names: Natural Pebble Tiles, Polished River stones

Description: Pebble Tiles feature smooth polished stones mounted to a flexible mesh backing for easy installation using traditional grout. Pebble Tiles are created by Mother Nature, therefore no two pebbles will be the same. They will vary in shading, and will have natural imperfections.

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Other Names: Juglans spp, Black Walnut, Butternut, White walnut, American black walnut, Eastern black walnut, Gun-wood, Wavey black walnut

Description: Walnut hardwood flooring is an American standard well known for its dark brown heartwood, often featuring a purplish cast and darker streaks. So distinctive is the color of the Walnut hardwood that the word “Walnut” itself has come to refer to this deep, rich, and highly sought after chocolate brown. One of the harder domestic species, a Walnut hardwood floor also sports a warming tone that, when combined with its rich brown tones, creates an air of tradition and classic elegance that lends itself to both modern and rustic decor. Softer than most exotic species, Walnut offers more character and deeper color than just about any other specie available.

  • Hardness: 1,010 pounds
  • Strength (MOR): 14,700 psi
  • Stiffness (MOE): 1,680 1000 psi
  • Density (KG/m3): 610
  • Tangential Shrinkage: 7.8 %
  • Radial Shrinkage: 5.5 %

White Oak

Other Names: White Oak Flooring is also known as… Quercus spp, Arizona oak, Stave oak, white oak, Swamp white oak, Brewer oak, Garry oak, Oregon oak, California white oak, Valley oak, Valley white oak,

Description: White Oak flooring is currently THE most popular flooring species. White Oak hardwood flooring is full of light tones that give a crisp, clean feel. It has long been a versatile standard in homes across the U.S. because of its universally complementary combination of deep grayish-brown heartwood and pale white tones. White Oak hardwood flooring also carries with it the feeling of tradition. White Oak flooring is known for its durability, strength, and resistance to wear, serving as planking for boats and even mine timbers. The amazing decorative flexibility of White Oak makes it an outstanding floor for all settings and occasions. Our White Oak flooring comes in a variety of colors and stains to suit any decor.White Oak flooring is available in prefinished and unfinished solid or engineered formats. Additionally, our FSC certified engineered White Oak floors feature enhanced dimensional stability over standard solid white oak floors.

  • Hardness: 1,360 pounds
  • Strength (MOR): 15,200 psi
  • Stiffness (MOE): 1,780 1000 psi
  • Density (KG/m3): 900
  • Tangential Shrinkage: 7.2 %
  • Radial Shrinkage: 4.2 %
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Yellow Birch

Other Names: Betula spp, Paper birch, black birch, silver birch, western birch

Description: A closed-grained, even-textured cream or light brown hardwood with lustrous brown flecks and warm undertones, this species is similar to maple in grain but with more color.

  • Hardness: 1,200 pounds
  • Strength (MOR): 15,570 psi
  • Stiffness (MOE): 950 1000 psi
  • Density (KG/m3): 670
  • Tangential Shrinkage: 9.0 %
  • Radial Shrinkage: 4.6 %