American made, solid, hardwood flooring. A tradition dating back to before the founding of this country. Denver Hardwood Company buys unfinished hardwood flooring from mills located across this great nation. Some of these mills have been in operation for more than 100 years. Often these mills are the largest employer in the communities where they are located and it is common to find that these mills have employed family members down to the 4th or 5th generation. Flooring from these mills is made with pride and ends up in the finest homes and businesses. If you are looking for flooring that is made from a sustainable source, beautiful, healthy, long lasting and a floor that gathers character as it ages, you are in the right place.
Did you know?…
Did you know that the forest products industry is at the forefront of the green movement? Each year these companies, through their membership and involvement in the various environmental organizations, fund research into the best way to both economically and ecologically harvest the lumber we need. These efforts have lead to agreed upon best practices that allow the industry to thrive while at the same time actually benefiting our environment. Wood is the original renewable resource.
Your investment in wood flooring not only benefits the environment, it benefits you, your health and your pocketbook as well. The service life of a quality, well maintained, wood floor can be 80 to 100 years. Wood is the natural choice.
Denver Hardwood / FDG believes strongly in supporting those companies that have made a commitment to a better environment. To that end you will find resources throughout our web site to help you identify those companies that seek to provide a better world to future generations.
Let Denver Hardwood Company help you with your real hardwood flooring project.
Allegheny Mountain – Unfinished Hardwood Flooring
“AMHF is a 4th generation, family owned business whose home, in Emlenton, PA, happens to be in the heart of Northern Appalachian Hardwood Country. Our family has owned, worked, lived and played in these hardwood forests since 1938. We now manufacture the best hardwood flooring from this region known throughout the world for the quality of its oak and cherry hardwoods. We hope you enjoy our website and find the hardwood floor you’re looking for.” ~ Allegheny Mountain Hardwood Flooring
Bison Hardwood – Unfinished Wood Flooring
“Bison Hardwood’s roots began as Buckeye Hardwoods in the early 1980’s as the western distribution outlet for a small eastern Ohio lumber mill. After a fire destroyed the neighboring kiln which held much of Buckeye’s inventory, Hank and his partner went to work designing a kiln of their own. As demand for high quality, properly dried hardwood products began to take rise in the west, there was one component missing…a custom millworks facility in Montana to serve the needs of customers in the region..” ~ Bison Hardwood
Heritage Oak Flooring – Unfinished Hardwood Flooring
“Heritage Oak LLC is a privately held manufacturing company specializing in quality red and white oak flooring. When you order Select and Better, that’s what you get! All of our hardwoods are harvested right out of the Ozark Mountains. You won’t find this quality of wood in any other part of the world!” We’ve been in business since 1948 and are postured to go on well into the 21st Century.” ~ Heritage Oak LLC
Indiana Flooring Specialties – Unfinished Wood Flooring
“Indiana Hardwood Specialists, Inc. is located 50 miles south of Indianapolis, IN. Our privately owned and operated business has been in operation since 1980. We take pride in the quality of the wood flooring we manufacture, offering high end products produced by a workforce with an average of 10 plus years experience here at Indiana Hardwood Specialists, Inc. not including prior woodworking experience. This combined woodworking expertise ensures our customers a consistent product.” ~ Indiana Hardwood Specialists, Inc.
Middle Tennessee Lumber Co. – Unfinished Hardwood Flooring
“While lumber manufacturing has changed over the decades, we feel like there are some things that shouldn’t. That’s why we slow-mold our planks at 130 to 170 lineal feet per minute compared to the current industry standard 450. Slow-molding requires less sanding, produces less waste and takes finish better. It also gives us more time to inspect, end match and side match our planks, making our floors fit better and lay faster.” ~ Middle Tennessee Lumber Co.
Oakcrest Lumber Co. – Unfinished Hardwood Flooring
“Currently developing into the 4th generation of the lumber industry, the Weaver family legacy started with John Weaver who purchased his first shingle mill in 1904 at the age of 14 years old. He can be seen in the picture in the background on the far left. .” ~ Oakcrest Lumber Co.
Olde Wood Reclaimed Flooring – Unfinished Hardwood Flooring
“We are working to bring that era back. We are Olde Wood Limited® – one of the nation’s largest manufacturers of custom wide plank flooring and other unique reclaimed building materials. Over the last 21 years, we’ve milled over 5.6 million square feet of wide plank flooring (in solid and engineered profiles) for thousands of satisfied customers. Our products will turn your project into a one-of-a-kind masterpiece that will last for generations to come.” ~ Olde Wood
Roberts Hardwood Flooring – Unfinished Hardwood Flooring
“As an NWFA certified mill, Roberts Wood Products, Inc and Roberts Hardwood Flooring, LLC are products of a long heritage of timber workers. Today, three generations of the Roberts’ family are directly involved in the day to day operations including: Rick Roberts (general manager), Josh Roberts (son of Rick, operations manager), and Kerri Roberts-Yarber (daughter of Rick, office manager). Our director of sales, Gerald Roberts, is always eager to assist with the needs of our valued customers.” ~ Roberts Hardwood Flooring, LLC
Sheoga Hardwood Flooring – Unfinished Wood Flooring
“Located in the rural hills of Geauga County, Ohio, in the heart of a large Amish community, Sheoga employs a team of local craftsmen who are united in producing the best quality solid hardwood flooring available anywhere. Sheoga’s established reputation of more than 30 years has gained recognition among the hardwood flooring industry for our unparalleled manufacturing of hardwood floors that meet and exceed our customer’s expectations. We guarantee unequal value for an affordable price.” – Sheoga Flooring
Smith Flooring – Unfinished Hardwood Flooring
“Smith Flooring is a family company now in its third generation of family ownership. With deep roots in the Missouri forest products industry, our history goes way back to the 1920s. Smith Flooring is the epitome of a family-owned enterprise, but the company’s notion of what all is included in the term “family” goes well beyond just the blood relatives. Since the outset, Smith Flooring has considered all its employees, and even the community at large, part of their extended family.” ~ Smith Flooring
Springcreek Flooring – Unfinished Wood Flooring
“After serving six years in the U.S. Army as a paratrooper, Hugh McClain spent the first 10 years of his business career in the poultry industry as a sales manager for a national feed company in Iowa and Missouri. Hugh returned to Arkansas and began producing turkeys in 1970. This was the beginning of McClain Farms. McClain Farms purchased wood shavings for poultry bedding from a company in Alton, Missouri. McClain purchased the company in 1996. McClain built a new receiving, drying and processing yard in Alton, then in 2005 purchased a flooring manufacturing plant in Koshkonong, Missouri. In May of 2010, McClain acquired the hardwood lumber operations of the North Pacific Group. After merging the two operations, the company changed its name to McClain Forest Products, LLC.” ~ McClain Forest Products, Springcreek Flooring
NWFA – Wood Floor Resources
Many wood floor manufacturers, including those listed on this page, are members of the National Wood Flooring Association (NWFA). As the recognized representative for the wood flooring industry, the NWFA offers industry-accepted standards, accessible resources, and highly skilled instructors to lead hands-on training events.
- Real Wood. Real Life. – The Homeowner’s Handbook to Real Wood Floors
- Wood Species Used in Wood Flooring
- Grading Guidelines for Solid Unfinished Wood Flooring
- Moisture and Wood Technical Publication
- Problems Causes and Cures of Hardwood Floors
- Maintenance and Recoating of Hardwood Floors
NAFCD – North American Association of Floor Covering Distributors
North American Association of Floor Covering Distributors is a flooring industry organization focused on: