WD Hardwood Flooring is a flooring company offering budget-friendly flooring. The WD Flooring mill offers sold strip flooring in blanks up to 5″ wide. WD flooring offers domestic flooring at an affordable rate. WD prioritizes low costs, and some bells and whistles are skipped to produce these lower prices. WD is our lowest-priced mill, the milling may not meet other mills’ standards, but it is still an excellent quality flooring for the price. WD flooring also supplies maple flooring for gymnasium usage. WD has a zero waste policy, meaning they use 100% of materials purchased. This flooring manufacturer is a great option for eco-conscious consumers. Rustic WOod Floor Supply partners with mills that are certified sustainable forest product companies and WD is no different.
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Wood flooring options from WD Flooring
Beech | Select
Beech | Common
FAQ About WD Flooring
Absolutely. This company is 100% american made, use forests that are monitored with mandated practices. THis product is 100% USA made!
The widths wd offers are 1-1/2″, 2.25″, 3.25″, 4″ and 5″ for their wood products.
WD Flooring is strictly a northern company. The WD Flooring companes from Laona, Wisconsin. Northern wood is tighter, less variation and looks amazing.
WD Flooring Company History
Location: Laona, WI. (Latitude 45.564N. Longitude -88.673W)
Serving markets: Worldwide
Selection: From our tens of thousands of acres hand selected majestic hardwoods
Choice: 750 products, job site finished or prefinished
Interesting fact: 100 percent utilization of our raw materials and zero waste product
Notable: 2014 & 2013 Floor of the Year, NWFA; Multiple Regional ASID Award Winner; 2014 AIA Residential Design Award winner–Johnsen Schmaling Architects; Community Service Award, National Wood Flooring Association Vanguard Award; Winner Best Use of FSC in Residential–Greenbuild; SOLEC Award for our Contribution to the Great Lakes EcoSystem; WD Connor and Gordon P Connor are in the Maple Flooring Hall of Fame
Name: WD Flooring is a tribute to WD Connor who led the world in the practice of sustainable forestry in the early 1900s and is in the Forestry Hall of Fame
Name Droppers: Detroit Institute of Arts, National Gallery of Latvia, American University in Abu Dhabi, Country Music Hall of Fame, MacPhail Center for Music/Minneapolis, InterContinental Hotels, Gershwin Hotel, Yellowstone Club Development, W Hotels, Flor Stores, Famous Dave’s Restaurants, The Great Hall/Madison, Orchestra Hall–KPMB Architects, Guthrie Theater–Jean Nouvel, University of Michigan Art Museum, Frank Gehry Designed Weisman Art Museum, Sara Lee HQ, Google, Residential installations in homes of famous musicians, athletes and actors whose names cannot be divulged