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Hardwood Flooring Brand Comparison

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This is a quick overview of hardwood flooring brands by the popular construction methods that are currently sold today. The listing is in alphabetical order by hardwood flooring brand name. The hardwood brands listed below are fairly common across the USA and can be found in specialty flooring stores and home centers.

Solid Strips & Planks - for wood sub-floors, nail-down installation, use above grade only.
Engineered Wood Planks - for wood sub-floors or concrete slabs, glue, nail, or staple, use on all grade levels.
Longstrip Engineered Planks - for wood sub-floors or concrete slabs, glue, nail, staple or float, use all grade levels.
Exotic Hardwood Species - hardwood species from around the World.
Handscraped Wood Floors - distinctive markings etched into face of wood and along edges, all done by hand (not machine scraped). Each plank has a very unique look. Also called hand sculptured.
Distressed Hardwood Floors - also has distinctive etched markings in the face of wood but it is done by machine.
Glueless Installation - floors that lock together without glue, nails or staples. Also called "clic" floors.

Hardwood Flooring Brand Solid
Strips & Planks
Pre-finished
Engineered
Planks
Longstrip
Engineered
Planks
Exotics
Species
Handscraped
Floors
Glueless
Installation
Anderson Hardwood Floors Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes --
Award Hardwood Floors Yes Yes Yes Yes -- Yes
BR-111 Yes Yes -- Yes -- --
Bruce Hardwood Floors Yes Yes Yes Yes -- Yes
Capella Wood Floors -- Yes -- -- -- --
Columbia Flooring Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Armstrong Hardwood Floors (formerly Hartco) Yes Yes -- Yes Yes Yes
HomerWood Hardwood Floors Yes -- -- -- Yes --
Kahrs Wood Flooring -- Yes Yes Yes -- Yes
Kentucky Wood Floors Yes Yes -- Yes -- --
Lauzon Hardwood Flooring Yes Yes Yes Yes -- --
Mannington Wood Floors -- Yes -- Yes Yes Yes
Mercier Wood Flooring Yes Yes -- Yes -- --
Mirage Wood Floors Yes Yes -- Yes -- --
Mohawk Hardwood Flooring Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Mullican Flooring Yes -- -- Yes Yes --
Muskoka Hardwood Flooring Yes Yes -- Yes -- --
Robbins Hardwood Flooring Yes Yes -- Yes -- --
Shaw Floors Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Somerset Hardwood Flooring Yes -- -- Yes Yes --
Tarkett Wood Floors Yes Yes Yes Yes -- --

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