Each plank is a solid piece of wood from the finest domestic and exotic hardwoods. Available in several widths, planks are generally 3/4" thick.
Floors you’d like to have the option to refinish; rooms with controlled temperature and humidity.
Above grade, over approved wooden subfloors.
Cross-ply construction resists expansion and contraction from humidity changes. Comes in plank or longstrip format in various widths.
Floors you’d like to install on any level of the home; rooms in need of a stable product with multiple installation options.
Any level, over a variety of subfloor types.
SEE HOW OUR POPULAR HARDWOODS LOOK AND PERFORM.
2 - High Resistance
Medium to High
1 - Stable
2 – High Resistance
Medium to High
3 – Medium to High Resistance
The highest grade in hardwood flooring, Refined Class has the most uniform color, longer board lengths, and virtually no blemishes or knots.
A quality grade that starts to reveal more natural character, Traditional Class can include lighter or darker boards and possibly infrequent knots and mineral marks.
Vintage Class hardwood shows more natural variation in lighter and darker boards, larger knots, and more frequent character marks than Traditional Class.
The highest level of variation, Character Class has the most color contrast, visually distinct knots, larger filled knots, and the most mineral marks.
Let new hardwood products acclimate to the environment for 48 hours before installation.
Ensure the room temperature stays between 60° and 80°F, with 35-55% relative humidity.
Examine all of your new flooring for color, finish, and quality before you install it.