Woods that are rich and natural require the know-how to be properly crafted into flooring. Each wood has unique qualities and undeniable sophistication that each require special attention in the manufacturing process. Among the 12 species available, find the one that best suits your lifestyle and that will add to the incredible look of your home. 

Maple   Majestic and versatile, maple has excellent shaping properties. It has a closed and uniform grain, whose annual rings remain quite visible.

Maple

Majestic and versatile, maple has excellent shaping properties. It has a closed and uniform grain, whose annual rings remain quite visible.

Red Oak   Red oak stands out for its strength and beauty. Its annual rings simulate shapes of cathedrals. This wood is highly appreciated by architects and designers.

Red Oak

Red oak stands out for its strength and beauty. Its annual rings simulate shapes of cathedrals. This wood is highly appreciated by architects and designers.

Birch   The natural colours of the birch tree give it a unique appeal. Its grain, similar to that of maple, is very popular in the manufacture of furniture and floors.

Birch

The natural colours of the birch tree give it a unique appeal. Its grain, similar to that of maple, is very popular in the manufacture of furniture and floors.