Why French Oak Flooring is Important

When looking into engineered hardwood flooring, it’s important to do your research and choose the best materials available. And if you want the best hardwood, you’ll choose French Oak. Learn why this is the best wood available.

Durable and reliable

When you’re adding new flooring to your home, you want it to last a long time. Thankfully, French Oak flooring is known for its durability. And when you use PurezaWood French Oak engineered hardwood flooring, you’re getting the most durable engineered flooring available at our price. Plus, we use a thick piece of real French Oak as our top layer, so your engineered flooring has a solid piece of hardwood flooring on top.

Better color reflection

In addition to its durability and reliability, French Oak has naturally high tannin levels. This means that it will absorb and reflect whatever colors you choose. So whether you prefer a dark flooring, natural colors, or cool tones, your floors will show the color beautifully. And you can’t find these tannin levels in any other type of wood, so if you want the best color, you want French Oak flooring.

Better than generic European Oak

Many hardwood flooring companies will sell you generic European Oak and claim it’s the best. But European Oak is a general term for all oak sourced from Europe–which can vary greatly. When you have guaranteed French Oak, you’ll know you’re getting high-quality wood from real French forests. In other words, you’re getting exactly what you want.

Sourced from sustainable forests

And the best French Oak is sourced from sustainable forests. At PurezaWood, we’re committed to using oak from sustainable French forests. By sourcing all of our wood this way, we can focus on providing the best environmentally-friendly engineered hardwood flooring.

Use French Oak flooring for your next project

You can get engineered French Oak hardwood flooring from PurezaWood. All of our flooring is high-quality and custom made, so you can get exactly what you want to complete your home. Contact us to learn more, and view our past projects here.