American Hardwoods
Real American Hardwoods

Everyone loves the look and appeal of hardwood. But misinformation abounds. And both consumers and prosumers, misled by false product claims, often opt for vinyl or plastic hardwood look-alikes, rather than the "real deal"—chemical-free, healthy, uniquely beautiful, and environmentally friendly American Hardwood products.

To clear-the-air about American Hardwoods, the Real American Hardwood Coalition recently launched RealAmericanHardwood.com. And for everyone looking to learn more about Real American Hardwood™ products, this avant-garde website is a must!

  • It takes visitors on a digital journey to discover how and why they should choose Real American Hardwood flooring, cabinetry, millwork, furniture, and other goods for their homes and workplaces.
  • The site offers interactive modules that engage visitors by comparing the appearance, durability, value, home health, and environmental attributes of Real American Hardwood products to faux, wood-look alternatives.
  • And it provides project inspiration, maintenance tips and environmental facts, plus explores how hardwood is influencing lifestyles and culture.

For an eye opening experience, visit RealAmericanHardwood.com, today.

Photos courtesy of the National Wood Flooring Association
Real American Hardwood is a trademark of the Real American Hardwood Coalition

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American Hardwood Information Center

The American Hardwood Information Center (AHIC), located at www.HardwoodInfo.com, provides advice from industry experts on decorating, care and maintenance, design trends, as well as flooring, cabinetry, furniture and millwork product information and specifications, to assist with building material selection for both residential and commercial applications. Step into the world of American Hardwoods and understand why products made from this sustainable and exceptionally beautiful material have been treasured for generations.

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