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Why Anderson Hardwood Flooring?
Anderson hardwood flooring is the time-honored choice for the American home Owner. Its enduring warmth reflects the essence of family life, and at Anderson, they revere family. In fact, Anderson Hardwood Flooring began as a small, family-owned business in 1946, and today they are one of the nation’s leading hardwood manufacturers.
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Anderson not only builds more durable floors, but we can also offer comprehensive warranties. Our no-wax, factory-applied finish makes hardwood floor installations fast and easy. Every plank is ready to install right out of the carton. There is no need for sanding or staining. With our UV-cured finish, you gain the assurance of superior durability and wearability. Additionally, Anderson products feature easy installation with the patented Eagle Tongue and Groove system on 1/2-inch products.
Every Anderson engineered hardwood floor is manufactured using our exclusive Cross-Locked Engineered® process. This process permanently locks the plies together to deliver more dimensional stability and split resistance than ordinary solid oak lumber. These products enjoy the Anderson Limited Lifetime Residential Structural Warranty. All mill-run engineered products have a limited 15-year warranty and feature the Anderson Limited Residential Finish Warranty. All 3/4-inch solid plank and strip products have a limited 20-year warranty.
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Wood floors have been around for thousands of years. Could it be possible to reinvent them? Anderson Hardwood Floors has been doing just that for four generations of family ownership. They have been consistently product-oriented in our efforts to reinvent and improve the performance and beauty of a wood floor. Their goal is to make obsolete those old-fashioned, wasteful solid wood floors by providing a superior product – the best-performing engineered wood floor on the market.
Click an icon below to view styles and colors for Anderson and Virginia Vintage collections. Looking for an old fashioned looking floor? Check out the Eagle Lodge collection. Or maybe your looking for a nice hand-scraped product, check out the Della Mano collection.
Anderson Bernini Hardwood Flooring is a name above others in the flooring industry. This 5″-wide hand-scraped engineered hardwood has wonderful depth and character. What makes it so appealing is a special staining technique that accentuates the wood’s own array of beautiful knots and unique grain formations. The soft, dark edges create visual impact while emphasizing each board’s individuality. Colors range from traditional wood tones to more contemporary grey hues. The Bernina Hickory collection is unique beautiful and will add beauty to any home.
Anderson Picasso is a like a work of art. The one-of-a-kind look of Picasso is visually stunning. It features a softer, more refined scrape on a wide and long plank, creating a spectacular impact on any space. Full of natural variation and character, the dynamic play of light and dark edges of this hardwood are achieved by a special hand-staining technique. This produces dazzling depth, clarity and a richness of color that emphasize the beautiful mineral streaks, knots and color variation that make hickory so desirable. Picasso is not simply a backdrop for statement pieces… It is the statement piece!Click here for more information
Anderson keeps raising the bar with the Anderson Valiente Collection when it comes to finish, milling and visuals. Here’s the lush combination of a traditional smooth, sleek finish and exotic beauty. Harvested from managed forests in South America, this Kupay species is presented in five beautiful colors. Though rich and saturated, the colors still allow the natural variation of the hardwood grain to show through. 5″ plank, engineered. This New Valiente collection beautiful and long lasting, why settle for less? your home is an important investment.
Virginia Vintage French Quarter Pine flooring is a beautiful subtly hand scraped and wonderfully wire brushed pine floor. Wire Brushing really accentuates itself in pine flooring because of the inherint grain found in pine lumber. The French Quarter collection from Anderson’s Virginia Vintage line comes in three fabulous colors offering a golden color in the Esplanade Avenue, a medium brown in the Bourbon Street, and a darker tone in the Royal Street color.
Anderson Urban Loft Hickory is a wire-brushed hickory and a brand new product from Anderson. The width width (6-3/8″) boards really look fabulous and give you a great visual especially when paired with the long lengths that this collection comes up to 58″ long. Paired with Anderson enCore technology that offers a HDF core that uses 1/2 the trees that conventional engineered flooring uses. The wire brushed surface on the Anderson Urban Loft makes it a real dual purpose flooring and can be used in more modern and rustic homes. So please check out the four colors below and as always call our sales staff with any questions about your floor before purchasing.
The Anderson Urban Pioneer is a lightly handscraped hickory featuring 3 beautiful colors. It is constructed using the enCore Platform center which is harder and uses 50% less timber to construct. With the Luster Lock Ultra finish, the Urban Pioneer is 6 times more resistant to scratches in the finish. Less scratches equals longer lasting beautiful floors
Anderson Casablanca has changed its name to Casitablanca, but it’s still the same trusted product.If you’re looking for an authenic handscraped, American-made product for a low price, you’ve found it! With over 60 years experience in the wood business, Anderson introduces a Handcrafted 3/8″ x 5″ plank in it’s Appalachian line with a 25 year finish warranty and a lifetime structure warranty. The Anderson Appalachian Casitablanca has all the look and character of their Vintage and Della Mano product lines at a fraction of the cost. It’s available in seven colors, with all colors shown below.
Price and appeal, both important factors in this day and age, even when your desire is for hardwood flooring with the look from ages ago. We are glad to introduce one of Anderson’s newest handscraped products, Eagle Lodge Plank. This floor brings home that comfortable old time look, matched with the strength and durability we need with today’s lifestyle, and leaves nothing on the table. With a name you can trust, the Eagle Lodge passes all the basics you want with flying colors, a full 3 mm wear layer, milled and handscraped in America, 5 colors to choose from, and a 50 year residential wear warranty, just to name a few.
Anderson Eagle Lodge is about Price and appeal, both important factors in this day and age, even when your desire is for hardwood flooring with the look from ages ago. We are glad to introduce one of Anderson’s newest handscraped products, Eagle Lodge Plank. This floor brings home that comfortable old time look, matched with the strength and durability we need with today’s lifestyle, and leaves nothing on the table. With a name you can trust, the Eagle Lodge passes all the basics you want with flying colors, a full 3 mm wear layer, milled and handscraped in America, 5 colors to choose from, and a 50 year residential wear warranty, just to name a few.
The Hickory Forge collection from Anderson, the originators of hand-scraped floors, offers a hand-scraped wide-width floor with rustic character and true hand-scraping. Handmade, plank by plank with no two planks alike, Hickory Forge is as unique as you.
Anderson works innovaitely to release new products according to market demand, if you’re looking for it, then Anderson has it. Anderson makes the best finishes you can purchase on a hardwood flooring that will stand up to all normal foot wear. Each board in the Muir’s plank collection is sanded, painted white and then individually sanded by hand to allow the natural beauty and character of the wood to peak through the paint along some edges and where embellishments occur naturally in the wood. This sand-through creates dramatic variation that is further enhanced by a final top stain that completes the look.