Hardwood floor suppliers
Solid Hardwood flooring brands
Aacer is hardwood flooring brand sourced from the hardwood forests of Wisconsin and Michigan, giving them small, tight grain consistent colour, and long board lengths. Aacer offers both solid and engineered varieties.
Appalachian is a fully-Canadian manufacturer of hardwoods, sourcing hardwood from the Appalchian mountain range in Quebec. They have a wide colour palette of unfinished and finished solids, as well as engineered floors, and are continuously innovating.
Graf Custom Hardwood puts a lot of personality into their hardwood products. All domestically sourced, the company is based in Ohio, and offers a variety of less-common cuts of solid, engineered, unfinished and prefinished hardwood. They also do extra-wide plank, extra-long planks, and their signature rift and quartered look, which is visually stunning.
Groleau is a Canadian-made solid prefinished hardwood that comes from Louiseville, Quebec. Groleau provides all the wonderful qualities of solid wood at affordable prices through its highly-efficient use of materials.
Robinson is based in New Orleans, but sources exotic wood from South America, with many family members working in Brazil. Some of their species include Brazilian Cherry (Jatoba), Chestnut (Sucupira), Teak (Cumaru), Walnut (Ipe), Carribean Heart Pine (Prime), Santos Mahogany. Operating since 1893, they are the one South American supplier we trust for responsible harvesting of tropical wood.
Sheoga represents the origin of solid hardwood flooring, and their floors are considered lifetime products. This makes them great for additions and repairs - as they can be resanded 4-5 times. Their prefinished variety is also extremely wear resistent.
Unity is an unfinished solid hardwood flooring brand that manufactures in Illonois, on the southwest side of Chicago. As a solid hardwood, each plank is made from only one type of wood, meaning they can be refinished 4 - 5 times before ever needing replacement.