American Hardwood Information Center

Warmth, Style & Durability. Treasured for Generations


Step into the world of American hardwoods and embark on a magnificent journey. Understand why products made from this sustainable and exceptionally beautiful material - flooring and cabinetry, furniture and moulding - have been treasured for generations!

Green & Sustainable

The natural choice for green building and healthy home environments is American hardwoods. Eco-conscious homeowners can confidently request American hardwood flooring, cabinetry, and millwork for their homes.

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Get Inspired!

Visit this photo gallery for a look at the many great uses of American Hardwoods throughout the home.

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Wide-plank walnut flooring by Carlise makes a lustrous statement in a tradional entry hall.

Maximize your home's value. Experts agree, American Hardwood sells!

The residential housing market is heating up, but before posting that "For Sale" sign, let's talk upgrading with American Hardwoods to maximize your home's value.

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Quality Sources for the Products and Materials Found on our Site

Perhaps you have seen a type of flooring or a style of cabinetry that might be the right fit for your latest project, but don't quite know where to find them? The perfect source may be at your fingertips.

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Insights from the Experts

American Red Oak in London

I was very interested to learn the following about red oak from our sister organization, the American Hardwood Export Council: The European market must, till now, have... read more

Hickory Takes a Bath

There are always interesting discoveries to be made at KBIS, the annual Kitchen & Bath Industry Show, but one installation really got my attention at this January’s... read more

Hardwood Goes to the Fair

Each fall I look forward to attending Field & Supply, a modern interpretation of a traditional arts and crafts fair held annually at various locations in upstate New... read more


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