Solid wood flooring can be used to complement almost any decor. It has been used for hundreds of years in New England and around the world. Unlike modern materials of dubious longevity, many colonial farmhouses still wear the original floor boards from over 200 years ago.
Since solid wood floors are long-lasting and rarely need replacing, they add to a house’s value.
This page describes the wood species we offer for flooring and stairs, the effects aging has on wood color, and varied appearances due to grain. To best determine the ideal species for your flooring or stairs projects, it helps to familiarize yourself with colors, grains and other characteristics of each wood species.