Wiston Engineered Hardwood
Wiston Building Materials Co. is an exclusive distributor that specializes in engineered hardwood flooring.
In order to provide the best quality products, the company combines carefully selected raw materials with the most advanced production technology. Wiston prides itself on ethical forest extraction, consistent factory production, reliable distribution and quality goods at competitive prices. Wiston’s team of professionals understands the changing hardwood flooring market and consistently develops new and improved products for sale. By minimizing volatile organic compounds such as formaldehyde in glues and finishes, while reducing carbon footprints, Wiston guarantees that it’s floors are safe and healthy for use. Wiston continuously explores new techniques and technologies to maximise the benefits of using sustainable materials, while ensuring top quality products. By using only sustainable forest practises, Wiston ensures that as manufacturers the company shares in the responsibility towards illegal logging practises.Wiston’s North American experts control every aspect of production to ensure each board sold meets the highest standards established by the flooring industry. With a massive selection of species in varying grains, colours and textures, Wiston guarantees a flooring product that exceeds all expectations. Wiston engineered floors have all the beauty and benefits of solid hardwood, but are made by compressing layers of hardwood into a more solid, durable plank, that is less prone to warps, scuffs and marks. To ensure such a product, Wiston continuously develops new finishes and methods of production. Below are the different wood types offered by the company.
3 Strip Flooring
Wiston’s 3 strip engineered flooring is made of three distinctive strips assembled to create 8” wide plank.3 strip provides a dramatic and multi-piece look with the ease of installing a wide plank. Colours available are maple cappuccino, dimgray, walnut natural, homestead, red oak natural, natural satin, white grain and whitewash.
Beautiful natural dark brown colours and a distinctive fine grain are the staples of American Walnut. Colours available are harris hawk, walnut roasted, coppers hawk and walnut natural.
American Walnut Hardwood
Pale colours and distinctive grain make for gorgeous, classical flooring.The replacement to traditional solid hardwood planks due to it’s higher warp and wear resistance. Engineered hardwood is made by fusing multiple layers of hardwood into one solid plank, raiding its durability and hardness. Green Touch offers a variety of engineered hardwood types in Canadian maple.
Soft and warm, cherry hardwood makes for bold coloured floors and a rich, class air.
With one of the highest tensile strengths of North American trees, Hickory is one of the hardest. It has a fine grain pattern and a naturally diverse, characteristic, range of colouring. Wiston offers hickory in three different colours; perique, burley and natural.
Often seen in a deep, blood orange colour, Jatoba is an exotic hardwood that is prized for it’s interwoven grain and bold, dramatic colours.
Maple is highly durable and very versatile.Wiston uses maple as it is commonly found in North America. It’s stylish and versatile appearance make it easy to match to any interior. Wiston offers maple hardwood in back walnut, cappuccino, cocoa, Kodiak, gunstock, java, latte, silvertip, cinnamon and natural.
As the name suggests, red oak comes with a reddish orange tint. It’s distinct grain and durability make it a commonly used flooring.
Red Oak Hardwood
Sapele is a lustrous wood that has a fairly fine, interlocked grain.
Teak is a very expensive, highly sought out wood generally used to make furniture. A teak floor showcases its natural nutty brown and coarse texture.
White Oak Hardwood
Wiston offers 44 different colour variations of their timeless white oak flooring. As one of the most popular hardwood flooring species around the world, you cannot go wrong with oak.
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