Board Width & Style

Strip Flooring

Strip flooring is linear flooring most commonly 2 ¼” wide. Strip flooring creates an illusion of a larger, more spacious living area.

Narrow strips will expand the look and feel of a room, while wider planks can make a larger room feel more intimate.

Plank Flooring

Plank flooring is also linear flooring that consists of wider boards that commonly range from 3”, 4”, 5” and 6”. Plank flooring can add a warm, rustic feel to a room while bring a sense of comfort to larger, more expansive areas.

Longstrip Flooring

Longstrip flooring is a type of engineered flooring used mainly for floating floors but can be glued or stapled down. Longstrip flooring is manufactured using an engineered core up to 7 1/2” wide and then attaching 2–3 thinner strips of wood to the top with glue. The finish or wear layer can consist of just about any species available.


Distressed Flooring

Flooring that is purposely blemished or marred to give it an aged appearance. This is usually done by beating the floor with chains, hammers and/or bags of nuts and bolts. Although this could be done on site, distressed flooring is typically made in a factory using machines.


Hand-Scraped Flooring

Hand-scraped flooring is wood that is just that—hand-scraped. This is usually done manually on site or in factory before it is prefinished. Hand-scraped floors can come in light, medium or heavily scraped looks and tend to give the room a warm, rich feeling.

Circle Sawn/Wire Brushed Flooring

Circle sawn floors are usually done in a factory and have saw marks down the length of the board giving it a very rustic look. Wire brushed is a process of distressing the wood using wire brushes to mark up the floor.

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