Hardwood 101 Education

Hardwood floors 101 education is designed to educate the consumer about hardwood floors and Hallmark Floors’ wood products. Learn all about Hallmark Floors process in creating a one of a kind wood product, from construction to finish. Hallmark Floors’ hardwood flooring has a variety of beautiful and innovative quality collections to choose from.

Product Ventura Sandbar Hickory Room by Hallmark Floors

Product Ventura Sandbar Hickory Room by Hallmark Floors

HALLMARK HARDWOODS

Ten plus years ago we started in the flooring industry as Hallmark Hardwoods. We started with our Heirloom collection, which took the market by surprise with its longer lengths and wide widths, not to mention the beautifully handcrafted textures and colors. We have expanded our product line over the years to include waterproof flooring and commercial floors. Our passion for fashion and beautiful floors has not ceased. We continue to push forward with new innovative flooring. Our latest collection will redefine the wood flooring market again as our NuOil floors did. Our new TRUE collection is revolutionary with its all-through color. The color goes all the way through the wear layer to the core. Not only is the floors beautiful with stunning colors, it is a commercial grade wood floor that is durable.

We have a passion for making floors, but it is our superior craftsmanship, quality and the local neighborhood flooring dealer that made us the fastest growing flooring manufacturer in the United States today. If you would like to see the collections in person, because photos never do our floors justice, visit a local dealer near you.

You will find the different wood educational categories in the sidebar to the right or if you are on a mobile phone, at the bottom below.

Main contributor: Ron Oliver

Ron Oliver has been in the flooring industry for 30 years and is Hallmark Floors’ resident expert on flooring. If you would like more information or have additional questions, please contact us and we will get back to you.

Another source for understanding hardwod flooring is the National Wood Flooring Association.
NWFA website