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|Armstrong Hardwood Flooring||Armstrong Hardwood Flooring|
|Armstrong offers both solid and engineered hardwood flooring products. Over 90% of their volume is manufactured in the U.S. using local raw materials. The majority of wood they use in domestic hardwood flooring is sourced from the Appalachian Hardwood region.
FSC certification is available for certain solid and engineered hardwood products. Armstrong has FSC-certified manufacturing facilities in Somerset, KY and Beverly, WV.
Armstrong's products are certified to meet the California Air Resou...
|EcoTimber||Tesoro Domestics Hardwood Flooring|
|EcoTimber specializes in wood products from forests that are certified to be well managed according to the rules of the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). The American Woods Collection of engineered hardwood flooring includes FSC-certified cherry, maple, walnut, red oak and white oak in 3 inch and 5 inch widths. Since 1992, EcoTimber has promoted forest conservation worldwide by selling sustainably harvested and reclaimed wood products.
|Green Mountain Woodworks||Douglas Fir Clear Vertical Grain Hardwood Plank Flooring|
|Honey-golden toned douglas fir is a timeless Northwest classic. Green Mountain Woodworks' Clear Vertical Grain (CVG) Douglas Fir is FSC certified and comes from Washington State and Canada. The lumber is hand selected for grade, and then molded with a low offset tongue and groove for a deeper wear layer.
Green Mountain Woodworks also offers plank flooring made from other West Coast native hardwoods, including madrone, California chestnut, bay laurel, big leaf maple, Oregon white oak, and north...
|North Cal Wood Products||Reclaimed Wood Flooring|
|North Cal Wood Products offers a large selection of hardwood flooring products with the FSC Recycled or FSC 100% certification. Founded in 1985, North Cal is based in Ukiah, California. Their urban salvage specialists have reclaimed and repurposed millions of board feet of lumber that would otherwise end up in landfills and burn piles. Reclaiming prior-use lumber helps to offset the demand for new lumber and the emissions from logging, transportation, processing and milling of new wood.
|Provenza||Heartland Treasure Reclaimed Wood Floors|
|Provenza Heartland Reclaimed wood flooring bears the FSC Recycled certification. The collection's chestnut, oak, pine and hickory flooring is naturally distressed and rich in colorful patina. Available in widths of 3 to 10 inches, with a natural oil finish.
|Restoration Timber||Restoration Timber Reclaimed Wood Flooring|
|Restoration Timber's reclaimed wood flooring comes in a wide range of widths and species, including oak, elm, heart pine, hemlock maple, walnut, hickory chestnut and douglas fir. Each floor is custom milled to the customer's specifications, either as solid plank flooring or engineered flooring.
Restoration Timber uses wood reclaimed from old buildings and other structures, or salvaged from orchard trees that are no longer productive. Reusing antique wood conserves today's forests and keeps val...
|Smith & Fong||Sideways Hardwood Flooring|
|Sideways is Smith & Fong's line of entirely FSC-certified flooring made from hardwoods harvested and milled in the United States. With a rotary cut that rounds the tree trunk, Sideways preserves the face of the grain and provides a unique look that is sure to turn heads. The click-lock floating floor makes for an easier, faster installation that saves both time and money.
|TerraMai||TerraMai Reclaimed Wood Flooring|
|All TerraMai woods are certified recycled according to the standards of the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), the world’s premiere forest conservation organization. TerraMai only purchases wood from structures slated for demolition, whether in the U.S or abroad. Whenever possible, the woods they reclaim are remilled as close to the source as possible, both domestically and overseas. Using reclaimed wood helps offset the demand for new lumber and helps preserve the world's remaining forests.