Ventura Engineered Hardwood Collection2019-01-17T11:57:39+00:00

Ventura Collection

TRULY NATURAL

The understated elegance and durability of the Ventura collection’s oak, maple and hickory planks combined with two unique finishes is further enhanced by wide planks and natural variances. This contemporary collection was designed to look gently aged and weathered, while still being durable and stain resistant.
Hallmark’s 2mm slice-cut style, combined with a wire brushed texture applied by hand, offers a truly natural look for contemporary living.

BENEFITS FOR THE VENTURA ENGINEERED HARDWOOD COLLECTION

Product Gunpowder Oak, Organic 567 engineered hardwood flooring.

• Nu Oil® – No recoat at time of install (Oak)
• TrueMark – 12 coats of hardwearing Aluminum Oxide (Maple, Hickory & Walnut)
• Guaranteed quality and durability
• 100% Renewable w/ warranty intact

Same surface visuals as sawn-cut floors. The Surface layer has the same grain visuals as slice-cut engineered floors.

DURABLE SURFACE LAYER

• Beautiful sawn-cut grain patterns
• Top layer provides lasting durability
• Same visuals as 3/4” solid wood floors
• Vertically sliced – Delivers greater strength

Hardwood Construction by Hallmark Floors

ENGINEERED WOOD STRUCTURE

• Greater dimensional stability than solid hardwood
• Healthy indoor air quality

BEFORE BUYING AND INSTALLING VENTURA FLOORS

NuOil and Truclean floor cleaner by Hallmark-Floors

Hallmark Floors offers two finishes within the Ventura Collection, each with their own specially made maintenance formulas.
Read our Maintenance & Warranty guide for Nu Oil® finished floors.
Read our Read our Maintenance & Warranty guide for TrueMark finished floors.

Installation instructions for engineered hardwood floors for Hallmark Floors flooring products.

INSTALLATION

Review our Installation Guide before they start the installation.

Natural wood characteristics play a major role in the color and grain of the floors.

WOOD CHARACTERISTICS

Wood is a natural product and it will vary from texture, graining, knots, imperfections, and character. Since this is a natural aspect of wood, it will create significant variation from plank to plank. Learn more here.