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Construction

SOLID

Solid wood is not only elegant, it’s tough and retains its beauty for decades. It also adds value to your home installation. Must be nailed or stapled.

ENGINEERED ELITE+

Thicker planks of ¾ inch (19 mm) with a 5/32 inch (4 mm) sliced veneer. Engineered Elite+ floors can be glued, nailed, stapled or laid floating.

ENGINEERED ELITE

More stable in humid conditions than solid wood flooring, an engineered floor is ideal for multiple installation applications. Made from Baltic birch plywood and a 5/32 inch (4 mm) veneer for a total thickness of ½ inch (12 mm). Engineered Elite floors can be glued, nailed, stapled or laid floating.

Search by wood species

All our floors are made with 100% quality North American hardwood. Your choice of wood species will depend on what influence you wish to create in your home and the particular natural wood look you’re looking for, light or dark, and more or less character.

Red Oak
Maple
Ash
Birch
White Oak
Walnut
Hickory
Cherry

Search by color

The color you choose for your solid or engineered wood floor will depend on your home’s décor, whether classic or contemporary.

Light
Medium
Dark

Our grades

Every tree is unique, like a fingerprint, and every piece of wood is assigned a grade corresponding to its natural characteristics. This system is unequalled for proving wood’s authenticity.

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Select & Better Grade
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Canadian Plus Grade
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Natural Grade
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Builder Grade
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Cottage Grade

Search by width

The choice of plank width depends mostly on the size of the room. While narrower planks are more suited to small rooms for a traditional look, wider planks give larger rooms a modern or contemporary quality.

2¼ po. (57 mm)
3¼ po. (83 mm)
4¼ po. (108 mm)
5 po. (127 mm)
7 po. (178 mm)

Search by characteristics

Even though gloss as no impact on its durability, scratches often seem to be more visible on a high gloss finish. This explains the recent market trends leaning towards satin or matte finishes. Pick a preference and build your own style.

Oiled
Matte varnish
Satin varnish
Semi-gloss varnish
Gloss varnish