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Products

Choose From a Wide Selection of Hardwood Flooring Products

Manufacturers

Finishes

Wood Finishes

Pallmann Magic Oil 2K

2-component hybrid of natural oils and waxes produces a uniform matte, velvety surface

Magic Oil 2K is a perfect hybrid of natural oils and waxes. This unique two component finish produces a uniform matte, velvety surface that repels dirt and water. It is suitable for all raw wood floors, solid or engineered, solid cork flooring and is rated for use on radiant heat floor systems. Magic Oil 2K’s rapid drying properties allow for refinishing to be completed quickly, making it a perfect product to use for commercial applications.

Features and Benefits

  • 12 (Neutral) / 24 hours product is fully cured, which allows quicker access to the floor
  • Available in 7 blendable colors: Neutral, Dark Brown, Red Brown, Black Brown, White, Grey, Black for wide color selection
  • European matte finish
  • Low V.O.C.'s : does not exceed 5 g/l (neutral), 9 g/l (colors)
  • Solvent free
  • Easy Maintenance; Pallmann Hardwood Floor Cleaner
  • Diffusive properties for easy spot repairs
Masterline Commercial Polyurethane

Masterline Polyurethane is a durable commercial grade oil base wood floor finish. Masterline Commercial Polyurethane is available in three sheens: gloss, semi-gloss and satin. Dries in 8-12 hours.

Pallmann Power

Recent advances in resin and polymer chemistry have been specifically designed into PALL-X POWER to give this finish the power of a two-component finish PLUS the ease of use of a single component product, leaving a floor that is stunningly beautiful.

Features and Benefits

  • High Durability-Chemical Resistance - Ideal for commercial or residential applications
  • No Hardener - No Waste
  • Clear - Will not amber over time
  • Fast Cure Times - Fully cured in 5 days
  • Four Sheens - Available in Ultra Matte, Satin, Semi-Gloss, Gloss
  • Superior Flow-Leveling - Forgiving application

Floor Grades

Wood Floor Grades

The appearance of the wood determines its "grade". All grades are equally strong and serviceable, but each affords you a different look.

  • Clear - Clear wood is free of defects, though it may have minor imperfections.
  • Select - Select wood is almost clear, but contains some natural characteristics such as knots and color variations.
  • Common - Common wood (No. 1 and No. 2) has more natural characteristics such as knots and color variations than either clear or select grades and often is chosen because of these natural features and the character they bring to a room. No. 1 Common has a variegated appearance, light and dark colors, knots, flags and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasize all wood characteristics of the species.
  • First - First grade wood has the best appearance, natural color variations and limited character markings.
  • Second - Second grade wood is variegated in appearance with varying sound wood characteristics of species.
  • Third - Third grade wood is rustic in appearance allowing all wood characteristics of the species.

Types & Styles

Wood Types & Styles

Types of Hardwood Floors

Solid Flooring

All wood flooring, regardless of width or length, that is one piece of wood from top to bottom is considered solid flooring. Solid flooring gives you a great opportunity for customization. Your choice of species, stains and finishes all contribute to the personalization of a solid floor. This is an excellent choice in most areas of a home on the ground level or above.

Engineering Flooring

This wood flooring product consists of layers of wood pressed together, with the grains running in different directions. Engineering flooring is perfect for those areas of the house where solid flooring may not be suitable, such as basements, kitchens, power rooms and utility rooms. Because the grains run in different directions, it is more dimensionally stable than solid wood.

Don't be Confused by Laminate Floors

Laminate floors are not wood at all, and are unfortunately perceived by some as the same thing as engineered floors. This could not be further from the truth. Laminate floors are vinyl or plastic formed to look like wood, while providing none of the genuine warmth or natural beauty of the real thing.

Styles of Hardwood Floors

Strip Flooring

Strip flooring is linear flooring that is usually 2 1/4", 3"or 3 1/4" wide. It crease a linear effect in a room often promoting the illusion of a larger space.

Plank Flooring

Plank flooring is also linear, however it is wider in width. Common widths of plank hardwood flooring are 4", 5", 6", etc.