Historically, Anderson has emphasized engineered flooring for its durability, efficiency and versatility. Perhaps that’s because Anderson invented it. Cross-Locked Engineered® was first developed by Anderson’s founder, L.W. Anderson, and is still used today as the industry standard. The construction method alternates the grain direction of five separate wood plies to create a product that rivals the strength of steel and uses half as much raw wood as solid floors. This innovation allowed wood floors to be glued down directly to a concrete slab for the first time.
Anderson Hardwood Flooring comes in many wood species, such as Oak, Hickory, Maple, Kupay and Copaiba. Engineered flooring is a common type of hardwood because of both its flexibility and durability. The wood is strong and produces less waste. When choosing hardwood for your home you must consider; whether you have children or own pets, if the floors will be constantly used by persons in the household and if you intend to decorate it by using floor mats.
Rich, strong, and welcoming … a hardwood floor is the time-honored choice for the American home. Its enduring warmth reflects the essence of family life, and at Anderson, we revere family. In fact, Anderson Hardwood began as a small, family-owned business in 1946, and today we’re one of the nation’s leading hardwood manufacturers. We think it’s because we unite superb craftsmanship, impeccable quality, and innovative design to offer virtually all American made hardwood flooring that’s simply unmatched in beauty and durability. The heart of your home deserves no less. By the way … would you like to know what we hear most when customers are introduced to our floors? A gasp, followed by, “Wow, this is beautiful!” We love that, because we’re absolutely dedicated to what we do. Hand-crafted from our home to yours, this is Anderson Hardwood.