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Our Products

At Dickinson Hardwood Flooring we only use the best products that ensure a professional and one-of-a-kind finished product. Continue reading below to find out about the materials we use at Dickinson Hardwood.

The manufacturers used by Dickinson Hardwood

Monarch Plank

Monarch Plank creates the finest handcrafted wide-plank hardwood flooring, finished with the latest European coloring and texturing techniques. Their floors feature top-quality construction for superior stability, sawn top layers, and long length boards.

Hallmark Floors

Hallmark Floors combine the ageless beauty and craft of hardwood flooring with state-of-the-art manufacturing. They harvest materials in harmony with nature, in a sustainable and responsible way. Great care is exercised in manufacturing to ensure a healthful living environment. Hallmark produces floors of unsurpassed quality, you will be delighted to call your own. Beautiful, Durable, Sustainable… Hallmark Floors.

Johnson Hardwood

Johnson Hardwood is one of the leading manufacturers of premium hardwood flooring  in the country. They produce on-trend, high-demand flooring options by sourcing durable hardwood species from around the globe. Their products are recognized for their affordability and superior quality. Each flooring plank is precision milled, hand crafted, and hand stained to produce an exquisite product. Johnson Hardwood floors are manufactured with the greatest care and backed by a warranty that assures complete satisfaction.

Summitt Forest Products

Summitt Forest Products designs and manufactures bespoke hardwood flooring in Southern California, combining their American woodworking heritage with a refined European aesthetic to produce award-winning wood floors of unparalleled beauty. 

Somerset Floors

Somerset is a Privately Owned Company with over 20 Years Growth in the Hardwood Industry. They are experts in the wood business, building a strong reputation for manufacturing quality Appalachian lumber and unfinished flooring for many years prior to entering into the manufacture of prefinished flooring. From the outset, they made a major commitment to produce the finest quality prefinished flooring—from their investment in machinery, materials, and processes, to the recruiting and hiring of skilled employees. As demand for their prefinished flooring has seen significant growth, they have expanded to multiple manufacturing facilities in Somerset, Burnside, and Munfordville, Kentucky.

DuChâteau Floors

DuChâteau® is an encompassing lifestyle brand, specializing in the fine manufacture of luxury architectural finishes from various types of flooring to wall coverings, and beyond. Founded in 2007, DuChâteau quickly rose to the upper echelon of its industry for its unparalleled marriage of old-world traditional craftsmanship with state-of-the-art technology. Its timeless, yet incredibly personal design statements herald a new era of design innovation – one that seats nature with fashion and architecture.The brand stands a monument to the vision of its founders. The products it makes remain unrivaled. 

Lauzon Hardwood Flooring

For 30 years Lauzon Hardwood Floors have dedicated ourselves to marrying the artistry of finely crafted wood with the science of producing resilient, naturally comfortable and – equally important – comforting floors. They doesn't cut corners. Because they know that for our customers, their homes are more than an investment, they are privileged spaces of repose, comfort and beauty. You wouldn’t skimp on the surfaces that carry you through life. You want them to be beautiful, practical and healthful. They are committed to meeting, even surpassing your expectations.

Ashawa Bay Hardwood Floors

Ashawa Bay Hardwood Flooring is produced by Hill Wood Products, Inc. located in the heart of Minnesota’s Northwoods. Founded in 1936, Hill Wood Products has been an innovative leader in the forest products industry for over 70 years. Currently, Hill Wood Products manufactures  the highest quality hardwood flooring available – Ashawa Bay Hardwood Flooring. When choosing Ashawa Bay Hardwood Flooring you are choosing to make an investment in your property: an investment backed by a progressive company whose roots are deeply rooted in craftsmanship, innovation and customer service.

Provenza Hardwood Flooring

With over 36 years of experience in creating innovative, stylish, and unsurpassed quality custom hardwood floors, Provenza is the leader in the design of custom hardwood flooring collections. From the deep, rich, warm tones from the beauty of nature, to brilliant explosions of colors, Provenza wood floor collections offer a range of style and designs that exceeds the most demanding in hardwood flooring expectations. Provenza artisans’ exceptional attention to detail, make each handcrafted floor a reflection of your own vision and style. At Provenza, their passion is to provide the finest in hardwood flooring. 

IndusParquet Hardwood

Over 40 years of sustained growth has positioned Indusparquet as the worldwide leader in the production of premium hardwood flooring. With three manufacturing plants in Brazil, distribution centers around the world, and work force of over 500-plus, Indusparquet exports to all five continents and over twenty-five countries. Its floors are featured in some of the worlds most respected settings. Indusparquet branded products reflect a company who has built its heritage on product quality and style leadership. Every square foot is crafted from the absolute best manufacturing technology. Technology that transforms quality hardwoods and innovative style leadership into stunning floor fashion statements.

California Classics Floors

California Classics floors are made exclusively for the Southwest United States. Their goal is to make it affordable for you to own a wood floor that's truly a work of hand-made art. In a world of shortcuts and compromises, they produce flooring the slow, painstaking way. And it shows in every plank that leaves their facility. From the uncompromising choice of source woods, to true hand carving by skilled artisans, to an unsurpassed floor finish created especially to bring out the unique character of the wood.

LM Flooring

Founded in 2001, LM Flooring is dedicated to the design and production of the highest quality engineered wood flooring. A subsidiary of Fine Furniture Ltd., LM Flooring pays the same attention to quality design and production as its parent company, one of the largest manufacturers of luxury furniture. Thier passion for quality and design is reflected in our more than 150 styles of wood flooring, all carefully crafted by veteran artisans. With advanced technologies, they achieve the highest precision in wood milling and fine Italian finishing.

Graf Bros Flooring & Lumber

Graf Brothers Flooring & Lumber is an environmentally conscious company located in the heart of the Appalachian foothills. What makes Graf Brothers Flooring & Lumber particularly distinctive is how they use the prime woods. They specialize in the quarter sawn and rift planks that are hallmarks of old world charm and traditional craftsmanship. Graf Brothers success is not accidental; it is the result of innovative spirit found throughout the organization. They are known around the World as the premium hardwood lumber and flooring producers, with world-renowned installations on all corners of the planet. If you can imagine it in rift and quartered, they can work together to create the look you desire.

Naturally Aged Flooring

Naturally Aged Flooring is a premier hardwood flooring manufacturer, importer and distributor based in Southern California. Our strategically located distribution centers throughout the United States ensure timely delivery of orders to over 3,500 retailers across the country. We are proud to be a family owned company with over 30 years of experience in the industry. We provide our customers with the highest quality flooring, a wide variety of products, and excellent customer service.

Artistry Hardwood Flooring

Artistry Hardwood leads interior flooring fashion with our authentic wide-plank French White Oak Hardwood Flooring. Handcrafted visuals, artisan staining techniques and high performance finishes cover the spectrum for magnificent design and superior durability which commercial and residential interiors require. Beautiful wood grain is a product of nature, and much like a fingerprint, no two grain patterns are ever exactly alike. This individualism is one of the most appealing factors of wood products. The finest hardwoods have certain natural characteristics that cannot be hidden and are often enhanced with their Artisan finishing process.

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Here at Dickinson Hardwood we pride ourselves on only using the very best products available. Thanks to new technology, today's finishes are ECO-friendly, quick-drying and more durable than ever before.

Water-based Advantages

Natural Durability with Clear Benefits

Clear Color to Show Off Your Hardwood

When you open a can of water-based finish and one of oil-based finish, you don't need long to spot (or smell) the difference. Water-based finishes have a milky look while oil-based finishes are much darker. Both finishes give the floor a nice sheen, but water-based finishes have a clear, natural look. Even if you want to keep the natural colors of your hardwood, a water-based coating does just that.

Fewer Chemicals

Wood floor finishes have volatile organic compounds, also known as VOCs. During the application process and for some time afterward, the finish sends these VOCs into the air, harming the environment. Long-term exposure to and inhalation of VOCs can also cause health problems. Finish manufacturers work hard to ensure both water- and oil-based finishes have safe levels of VOCs. However, since water-based wood floor finishes have far fewer VOCs than oil-based ones, they're the safer option. Water-based finishes also lack the strong odor of oil-based finishes.

Shorter Drying Time

Oil-based finishes take much longer to dry than water-based ones. The drying times of oil-based finishes vary heavily depending on the manufacturer, but the standard duration is between eight and 20 hours while water-based finishes dry in an hour or two. Water-based and oil-based finishes both form a protective layer over your hardwood and enhance its appearance for years to come, but water-based finishes give you most of the benefits of oil-based ones without the drawbacks, making them the better choice.

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Stain Color Charts

That custom look you've been searching for

At Dickinson Hardwood we use only the finest materials from start to finish. We use Bona DriFast as our stain provider to give your home that custom look you're looking for. Below is Bona's color chart. Please understand that stains will look different in person. We only reference them here so that you can get a general idea of what color would look best in your household. 

Wood Spieces

Wood Species

Select the perfect type of floor for you

Janka Hardness Scale

The Janka Hardness Scale determines the hardness of a particular type of wood over another. The scale was invented in 1906 by Gabriel Janka, an Austrian wood researcher, and standardized in 1927 by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM). Depending on the room where the flooring will be installed, a certain level of hardness may make it a more desirable choice. Generally speaking, the higher the number on the scale, the harder and more scratch resistant a wood is.

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