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Goodfellow Inc.

Goodfellow has long been one of Canada’s top distributors of lumber and lumber products. Established in 1898, the company first built a reputation on timber and lumber distribution. Since then, Goodfellow has expanded its product repertoire to include more refined wood products. Today, Goodfellow remanufactures and distributes a wide range of lumber and wood products [...]

November 13th, 2016|Brands We Carry|

Bruce Hardwood

Bruce is one of the oldest names in flooring; for over 100 years’ customers have trusted in Bruce Hardwood to provide beautiful, long-lasting hardwood floors and stylish, durable laminate floors. To produce the highest quality hardwood floors, Bruce grows its own trees in the Appalachians and harvests for clear grain and consistent colour. Instead of [...]

November 13th, 2016|Brands We Carry|

Twelve Oaks

Twelve Oaks entered the Canadian hardwood flooring business in hopes of re-defining the standard for flooring, helping people achieve the seemingly impossible luxury that was hardwood, and negating the safety concerns that had sparked about laminate and vinyl. The company believes that every homeowner should have access to the flooring of their dreams, safe and [...]

November 13th, 2016|Brands We Carry|

Armstrong Flooring: Inspiring Great Spaces

Armstrong Flooring has been a key name in the flooring business for over a century. Dedicated to quality flooring and innovation, Armstrong is a company that values dedication to the craft. The company was founded in 1860 by Thomas Armstrong, and aims to this day to provide superior flooring products all around the world. With [...]

November 13th, 2016|Brands We Carry|

Flooring for elderly and seniority

It is important to choose the right floors for the elderly for many good reasons, one of which elderly and senior people tend to fall. Choosing the right floors which reduce the chance of slipping can prevent many unnecessary accidents. With back problems, knees and hips, the right flooring can help reduce the impact of [...]

September 18th, 2016|Flooring Materials|

Advantages of Do It Yourself Hardwood Flooring

Hardwood flooring is terrific for your home because of its sturdiness and durability. It’s appearance is great and can be repeatedly varnished and stained. It looks good in new or previous homes and ages well for many years. Placing in hardwood flooring will raise the worth of your house by thousands of dollars, even if [...]

September 18th, 2016|Flooring Materials|

8 Dangers of Acquiring Hardwood From a Big Box Departmental store

If you are looking for hardwood flooring, then you know this can be a major vital investment to your home. The following is an article with nine things to contemplate prior to making a buying deal for your hardwood flooring in Toronto. Flooring may be a long-term investment that can increase the worth of your [...]

September 18th, 2016|Flooring Materials|

Refinish your hardwood floors the right way

If your oak floors, maple floors or any hardwood floors are covered in scratches, you can sand them down to get the best out of your floors. […]

September 8th, 2016|Flooring Materials|

Hardwood vs. Laminate; the eternal struggle for supremacy in the modern home

As any homeowner will know, installing real hardwood floors over laminate can raise the overall value of your home considerably. However, hardwood flooring is far more expensive overall, and has a tendency to wear more quickly. This quick guide aims to explain the pros and cons of both hardwood flooring and laminate, and hopefully will make your decision between the two much easier. […]

July 26th, 2016|Flooring Materials|

Patterns Galore! Hardwood Grain Patterns Explained

A very important thing to consider when buying hardwood flooring is the grain pattern you wish to use in your home. While wood has naturally occurring grains, knots and patterns, the way the wood you are going to be installing is cut is also quite significant to the way your purchase will look when installed. The difference between plain sawn, rift sawn and quarter sawn grain patterns is quite important, and sometimes difficult to understand. These pattern types can create utterly distinct looks when installed, so it is often best to understand them before you make any purchases. […]

July 26th, 2016|Flooring Materials|