European Oak and French Oak are two of the most popular wood options for hardwood flooring. And while they seem very similar, they do have differences. Read on to find out what the differences are between European Oak and French Oak, and which type you should use for your home.
You’ll hear a lot of flooring companies tell you they have “European White Oak,” which is great. But what exactly is European White Oak? What does that mean? And most importantly, what are you paying for when you buy European White Oak?
The beauty of owning our own hardwood factory and working directly with residential and commercial clients is in the creative process. In particular, we continue to be inspired by the ways clients choose to use our French White Oak flooring in their homes and businesses. We see innovation in interior design every day of the week.
White oak — and specifically European White Oak — is a great choice for any home. Our engineered wide plank oak hardwood flooring is not only visually beautiful, but strong and durable. This matters when you have children or pets (or both!) at home. You don’t have to sacrifice quality floors because you think they’ll […]
What makes PurezaWood unique? Our clients and customers would be the first to say that we stress quality. And this doesn’t always come with a steep pricetag, either. Let’s compare a piece of “luxury” wide plank engineered hardwood from another brand with PurezaWood. You’re probably being over-charged for a sub-par product.