American Hardwood Information Center

The Authoritative Resource for American Hardwoods

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Carbon Neutral, Energy Efficient, More Abundant Than Ever.

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Answers and inspiration for your home’s flooring, cabinetry, millwork and furniture projects.

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Sustainable design Project Support, Case Studies, Sourcing Advantages and Resources for Eco-Conscious Specifiers.

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This skilled artist blends nature and engineering together by using hardwoods to create remarkable pieces | @greenvillenews

Hot Trends in Kitchen Remodeling

Hot Trends in Kitchen Remodeling

Year after year, the most popular home improvement project for American families remains the same: remodeling the kitchen. Today, kitchen makeovers are more ambitious... read more

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The American Hardwood Information Center

is the authoritative resource for consumers and professionals seeking information about American Hardwoods. With the goal of promoting the use of American Hardwood products ranging from flooring, cabinetry and furniture, to millwork and building materials in both residential and commercial applications, the Center offers advice from industry experts on design trends, care and maintenance, installation, finishing and professional specifying.

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