We are distributors for a
variety of flooring mills. Because of differences in location, climate,
and milling techniques, the various mills differ in many ways. To find out
which type of flooring will work best for you
contact one of our salesman to discuss
the unique qualities of each brand.
Flooring, LLC: Located in Peshtigo, Wisconsin, Aacer is known for quality
flooring. Premiere Aacer species
include Northern Hard Maple, Red Birch, and Peshtigo River Cherry (maple product
picked for the natural mineral coloration resembling American Cherry).
Red Oak, Hickory, White Oak, Yellow Birch, Ash, and Cherry are also
available. Aacer’s flooring runs 25/32” thick and comes in
random-lengths in the standard widths of 1½”, 2¼”, and 3¼”.
Aacer now offers some plank flooring in 3”, 4”, and 5” widths.
For more information, visiting Aacer’s website at
of the latest crazes in the hardwood flooring industry is antique flooring.
Aged Woods, based in York, Pennsylvania is our supplier for these
products. Aged Woods’
“Antique” products are milled from beams and other barn wood that has not
weathered too much. The “Antique
Distressed®” products are made from barn siding and barn wood that has been
exposed to the elements. Products
available are Antique Distressed® American Chestnut, Antique Poplar, Antique
American Cherry, Antique Hemlock, Antique Oak, Antique Distressed® White Pine,
Oak, and Antique Distressed® Yellow Pine.
For more information, visit
Allegheny Mountain Hardwood
Mountain Hardwood Flooring is located in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains
in Emlenton, Pennsylvania situating the mill in prime hardwood country.
By working with its parent company, Hickman Lumber, Allegheny Mountain
has control of the lumber from the forest to flooring allowing for greater
control of quality.
Allegheny specializes in rift & quarter-sawn Red & White Oak
Strip and plank floors are available in clear and natural grades.
Another prime product from Allegheny Mountain Hardwood Flooring is the
mill’s Cherry flooring.
Cherry grown in Pennsylvania is known for its brilliant red coloration,
which is showcased in Allegheny’s Cherry flooring.
To learn more about Allegheny Mountain Hardwood Flooring, visit
Flooring: American Made Flooring, located in Spartansburg,
Pennsylvania, prides itself in employees who have experience working with
hardwoods. Both unfinished and prefinished flooring is available from this
company. They have flooring available in over twelve hardwood species and
advertise unique products such as "long Common" grade hardwood flooring with
lengths from 3' to 8' and up to nine inch widths. To learn more about
American Made Flooring, visit
Barefoot Flooring: Barefoot Flooring is no longer in business however we can help you match up to them if you need flooring to match. Contact us directly at email@example.com.
East Teak Flooring: East Teak Flooring, originating from
Tacoma, Washington, specializes in more exotic flooring and
flooring types. As you might guess, their staple flooring
is made from teak, including parquet, solid flooring, and
distressed flooring. Their exotic flooring includes Merbau
(a yellow or orange-brown Asian hardwood that darkens with light
exposure) and Kempas (a pinkish brown Asian hardwood that also
darkens with light). East Teak also has a line of
hand-hewn flooring, which gives the impression of age and
character for a lived-in appearance to the floor. For more
information about East Teak Flooring, visit
Brothers Flooring: Graf Brothers Flooring prides themselves in their rift
and quarter sawn products, bringing the old world charm from the heart of the
Appalachian foothills in Northeastern Kentucky and Ohio to locations across the
world. Their inventory includes species such as red oak, white oak,
walnut, hard maple, and cherry, and highlights specialized product lines for
plank and long-length flooring. To learn more about Graf Brothers
specialized flooring products, visit their site at
Timbers: With offices in the United States, New Zealand, and Australia,
Moxon Timbers has the opportunity to provide customers in the United States many
exotic species. Moxon carries a unique selection of unfinished,
pre-finished, and engineered flooring. Species include Australian Cypress,
Jarrah, Spotted Gum, Teak, Brazilian Cherry, Ipe, and Merbau to name a
few. For more information of Moxon Timbers, visit
Hardwood Flooring & Paneling, Inc.: Sheoga is located in Middlefield,
Ohio and takes pride in the quality and attention to detail required in the
hardwood flooring industry. We feel
Sheoga’s notability comes from their plank flooring offerings.
Sheoga offers standard widths of 2¼”, 3¼”, 4¼”, and 5¼”.
Clear (free of knots, mineral streaks, and wormholes) and Character
(natural color variations and tight knots visible) grades are available.
Ash, Cherry, Hard Maple, Red Oak, Walnut, White Oak, Southern Yellow
Pine, Poplar, and Rift & Quartered Red Oak & White Oak are available. Other products available from Sheoga are Herringbone flooring
and solid wood vents. For more
information, visit www.sheogaflooring.com.
Lumber, LLC: Trout River Lumber, a Central Virginia producer
of southern pine, is a leader in the pre-finished flooring
industry. Their Plantation Collection includes a variety
of solid pine flooring and prefinished engineered flooring in
species such as American heart pine, cherry, hickory, and
walnut, and more exotic species such as Austrailian cypress and
Burmese teak. Trout River Lumber's Hand Crafted Series of
flooring includes a variety of hand-scraped white oak and birch.
To learn more about Trout River Lumber, visit their website at
WD Flooring: WD flooring manages their own hardwood
forests in Wisconsin and Michigan's Upper Peninsula, to provide
quality hardwood flooring products from the timbering to the
final milling. This flooring manufacturer prides itself in
their quality American hardwood products and by being
environmentally conscious, using 100% of the raw materials with
no resulting waste products. For more information about WD
flooring, visit their website at
companies that we carry include
Boen Parkett, Great Lakes Flooring, Somerset, and Taylor
Flooring. For more information about any of the mills listed on this page,
feel free to contact us directly.