Sustainable Hardwood Floor Options

If you're considering a new hardwood floor, but want to stay true to your earth-friendly ideals, you're in luck, here's a long list of sustainable hardwood flooring products.

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Properly installed, high-quality hardwood floors can last for decades, and even add value to a home.

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If you're considering a new hardwood floor, but want to stay true to your earth-friendly ideals, you're in luck, there's a long list of sustainable hardwood flooring products to choose from. We've assembled a few to get you started. Keep reading for a list of companies that provide them.


  • Certified Wood Flooring




  • Reclaimed Wood Flooring


  • Suppressed Wood Flooring


  • Less Expensive Wood Flooring
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Where to find:

Certified wood

Dwight Lewis Lumber/Lewis Lumber Products
Picture Rocks, Pa.
www.lewislp.com

Cascadia Forest Goods, LLC
Dexter, Ore.
www.cascadiaforestgoods.com

Plaza Hardwood, Inc.
Santa Fe, N.M.
www.plzfloor.com

Tembec, Inc., Huntsville Division
Hunstville, ON, Canada
www.muskokaflooring.com

Reclaimed Wood

Citilog
Ewing, N.J.
www.citilogs.com

Elmwood Reclaimed Timber
Kansas City, Mo.
www.elmwoodreclaimedtimber.com

Vintage Timberworks
Temecula, Calif.
www.vintagetimber.com

Big Timberworks, Inc.
Gallatin Gateway, Mont.
www.bigtimberworks.com

Vintage Material Supply
Austin, Texas
www.vintagematerialsupply.com

Suppressed Wood

Green Mountain Woodworks
Phoenix, Ore.
www.greenmountainwoodworks.com