clear1CLEAR: minimum number of character marks and discoloration, providing a uniform appearance while allowing for some natural color variations. Small burls, fine pin worm holes and brown streaks not extending the entire length of a piece.

rustic1RUSTIC: heavy with natural variations in colour and grain. Larger knots, pin holes, mineral streaks left in. Overall shorter lengths in this grade. Suitable for those seeking a rustic look especially cottages or country homes.

THICKNESS: full 3/4”

WIDTHS: 2 1/4”, 3 1/4”, 4 1/4”, 5”, 6”, 7”, 8” face (Standard widths are 3 ¼”, 4¼ ” & 5″)

LENGTH: 12” to 6.5’

CONSTRUCTION: solid or solid sawn engineered with a 4.5 mm wear layer.

MILLING: tongue & grooved and end-matched with micro bevel or square-edged.

FINISH: 7 coats of factory applied UV cured Aluminum Oxide based urethane. Various sheens from low luster to hi-gloss.

COLOURS: Various standard colours and colour match technology.

PRE-FINISHED TECHNIQUE: wire brush technology available

ACCESSORIES: Flush mount vents available in several species. We also stock environmentally friendly & pet safe  cleaning and maintenance supplies.

CUSTOM ORDERS? Ask us for anything, WE LOVE A GOOD CHALLENGE!

BLACK CHERRY: Heartwood is light to dark reddish brown and lustrous; sapwood is light brown to pale with a light pinkish tone. Colour darkens over time. *Janka Hardness: 950

HICKORY: Heartwood is tan or reddish, sapwood is white to cream with fine brown lines. in color is great whether clear or stained. *Janka Hardness: 1820

HARD MAPLE: Closed, subdued grain, with medium figuring and colour from white to medium brown. When stained, the grain appears very minimally and produces an even tone. *Janka Hardness: 1450
RED OAK: Most common species used for hardwood flooring in North America. Creates a very traditional floor with pronounced grain and even stain. *Janka Hardness: 1290

OAK RIFT & QUARTERED:Distinct vertical grain & tiger striping. It was the signature wood for Craftsman, Mission, Arts & Crafts styles. Very dimensionally stable and durable. *Janka Hardness: 1360

WALNUT: Heartwood ranges from a deep, rich dark brown to purplish black. Sapwood is nearly white to tan. Prized for flooring and furniture. *Janka Hardness: 1010

*The Janka hardness test measures the force required to embed a ball-bearing into wood. It is used to determine the ability of a type of wood to withstand denting and wear. It is also a good indicator of how resistant it is to sawing and nailing.