One of our mottos is “if it’s wood, and it goes on a floor, we will install it”. We represent the manufacturers listed here along with a few others. One of our goals is to be able to provide all wood flooring consumers with a wood floor. Here are a few examples of products that we carry.

Engineered wood flooring:

Engineered wood floors are made by building multiple plywood layers, cross layered, then gluing and pressing them together. The top layer is the finished wood flooring. This layer is available in almost any species.

Engineered wood flooring encompasses a wide range of price and quality, from entry level to extremely high end flooring. Some of the determining factors in both price and quality are the composition of the plywood layers, the thickness of the top wear layer and the way the edges are designed, either square or beveled.

Engineered wood floors can have anywhere from 1/32” of wear layer to ¼” of actual usable wood surface. They are made prefinished, unfinished, hand scraped, square edged, beveled edged, reclaimed and more. They also come in almost every color imaginable.

Solid wood flooring:

Most of the solid wood flooring we carry is ¾” thick and nailed down. ¾” wood flooring comes in a variety of widths. They usually range from 1 ½” to 8”. We have installed boards as wide as 20”. We also install ornamental floors, borders, custom patterns and inlays.

Solid wood flooring also encompasses a wide range of price. Some of the determining factors in price are species, length, width and finish. All of our jobsite sanded and finished work is of the same high quality.

We utilize state of the art dust containment systems with all of our sanding work. This allows us to leave the premises as dust free as when we arrived.

Mixed media custom floors:

Some of the floors with the greatest impact are those that use a combination of wood, metal and stone. These floors are the most challenging installations, but, the finished product is worth the effort. We highly recommend that these floors use solid ¾” jobsite sanded and finished wood. We usually work with your stone provider, hand in hand, to insure the highest level of finished quality.


Cork has been used for flooring since the turn of the century. There are so many reasons to use cork for flooring that we couldn’t begin to list them all. Cork comes both unfinished and prefinished. Some cork floors are job site finished using the same machines and finishes that we use on our wood floors. Others come prefinished and can be installed in one day. We will gladly discuss the benefits of cork or any of our other floors. Just give us a call.

Vintage Floors and Interiors provides our clients with the best possible materials for thier project. Shown here are wood samples used in many of our interiors.

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Ash Beech Black Cherry Brazilian Cherry
Cumuru Doussie Hickory/Pecan Santos Mahogany
Maple, Sugar Anique Reclaimed Oak Red Oak White Oak, quarter sawn
White Oak, rift sawn Teak, Burmese Walnut, American Black Wenge

Ipe has a straight to very wavy grain. Ipe’s color ranges from yellow to green to black. Ipe’s lack of stability also makes it a risky wood for interiors. Ipe is also one of the hardest woods available. We do not recommend Ipe for flooring. Because of the multitude of problems with Ipe as an interior wood we have chosen not to show it.