​  Wood Floor Types, each one has its own unique differences (texture, grain patterns, color, size) so be sure to check the type of wood you might want to have installed.

  • Red Oak   
  • White Oak   
  • Brazilian Cherry   
  • Walnut
  • Australian Cypress
  • Heart Pine
  • American Cherry
  • Yellow Pine
  • Maple
  • Bamboo

No.1 Common.

​No.1 common feature distinctive grain patterns
​and wood character marks accented by subtle changes in color and tone  very lively and colorful.

When it comes to unfinished or pre-finished floors please consider the option of water popping, Water popping is another important part of the process when your unfinished  or pre-finished floor has been sanded and is ready to be stained.Click on the button below to learn more about Water popping.

Select and Better.​

​This grade feature a minimum of natural wood characteristics and delivers a rich , premium hardwood visual. Clean and consistent color throughout with a minimum of color variations.

No.2  Common.

​A rustic look highlighted by vivid grain pattern accented with a host of wood character marks and contrasting colors and tone. An excellent value in quality solid wood flooring.

Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring (LVP)

For those that want cheaper options LVP is recommended for quality, durability, and especially budget. LVP comes in various colors, still fewer options than stain. The planks are of various sizes and thin, but durable.

Pre-Finish Hardwood Flooring.

This type of wood is already sanded and sealed  by the manufacturer , meaning that you can save time and you can walk on your floors when the installation  done.

Read below to discover different type of floors type and choose the one that you desire.(#1 common, #2 common, Select & better)each one consists of different grain patterns that show on the surface.All grain patterns are available for unfinished and pre-finished wood.

Unfinished Hardwood Flooring

unfinish Hardwood Flooring must be sanded and sealed on site by the installer.You can choose from a variety of colors .Time is Longer due to the process of sanding and finishing.

Bona  is a waterborne finish with a high durability.

Bring out the beauty of your hardwood floors with Bona  professional finishes or stains.