Munday Hardwoods, Inc. in Lenoir, NC would like to wish everyone a happy and safe Fourth of July! To celebrate, we would like to spotlight some of our products that are made in the USA.
First, let us introduce you to Maine Traditions. Maine Traditions is a family owned and operated hardwood flooring business in the heavily forested state of Maine! This floor is available at Munday Hardwoods, Inc. in Lenoir, NC. They offer prefinished and unfinished hardwood flooring, along with exciting new lines of prefinished engineered hardwood flooring. Three generations of the Carrier family have worked hard to perfect the craft of milling lumber into beautiful hardwood flooring, and have employed hundreds of hard working Maine residents. We’ll let them tell you about how they apply sustainable forest practices…
”It is our mission to maintain our company forests for generations to come, and to promote sound forest practices with those we purchase forest products from.We are extremely excited about telling our customers that what we have done for the past 3 generations has been working, and we look forward to continuing that tradition for many more generations to come.”
Maine Traditions’ signature TEMAVI® tongue and groove system ensures uniformity and ease of installation. It also promotes stability and quiet joints that virtually lock together. These floors are high durability and they are finished with a UV cured polyurethane. With a 50 year residential warranty, you can be confident that these floors will keep their beauty for a long time!
Another Premium Hardwood Flooring brand available through Munday Hardwoods, Inc. in Lenoir, NC is Harris Wood. This American-owned, domestic hardwoods flooring manufacturer has been a Hardwood Flooring legacy in the USA since 1898. The diverse Hardwood Flooring collections from Harris Wood showcase different style options such as smooth surface floors, texture floors, wide widths, a range of species, and engineered floors. If you want a weathered, vintage appearance you can browse the Harris Wood Foothills collection. If you like the appearance of a smooth flowing floor with a modern low gloss finish, you can browse the Harris Wood Homestead collection. Harris Wood also offers a patented SpringLoc system for ease and efficiency during installation. If you desire trending colors or timeless styles, Harris Wood has something for you in one of their collections. Munday Hardwoods, Inc. in Lenoir, NC would love to give you a rundown of all the Hardwood Flooring style and color options to design your perfect floor. Harris also offers cork floors, which is a new and upcoming flooring material that is gaining popularity for a good reason. Harris Cork is sustainable, renewable, and an environmentally friendly resource that makes a beautiful and durable Cork Floor. Plus- it is quiet, thermally insulating, and resilient.
An additional popular line of flooring that Munday Hardwoods, Inc recommends with confidence is Turman Hardwood Flooring. Turman Hardwood Flooring is manufactured in the Appalachian Mountains of Southwestern Virginia, where some of the best hardwoods in the country are grown. Turman Hardwood Flooring says, “The rich color and grain patterns of the lumber produced from these forests have been used by Appalachian Artisans for centuries to create some of the finest flooring and furniture in the world today. The forests in this region are certified sustainable, which insures that future generations can have the availability of these same materials for generations to come.” We are 100% behind their mission statement and we are proud to offer their products to our residential and commercial customers. There are Unfinished Hardwood Flooring options and plenty of Prefinished Hardwood Flooring options to choose from. Turman Hardwood Flooring stocks species such as Red Oak, White Oak, Hickory, and Maple Hardwood Flooring. Special options such as Wormy Oak Hardwood Flooring may be an option depending on source availability. Turman Hardwood Flooring offers beautiful and highly durable Hardwood Floors and they are backed by an Appalachian Sustainability Certificate, so you can be confident your flooring choice is making a positive local impact.