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Species & Finishes


UV Cured Finish

Seven layer finish is up five times harder and is more wear resistant than alternative prefinished floor coatings. Rather than adding metal oxides to our finish for protection and sacrifice clarity, diamond dust particlesare used to provide hardness and enhance the wood’s natural beauty.

Warranty: 35 year limited warranty (residential)

Gloss Levels
Nano Matte (20% sheen) &
Nano Semi-Gloss (50% sheen)


UV Cured Finish

Seven layer finish for the look of oiled floors with excellent durability, plus stain and scuff resistance. Antimicrobial and hypoallergenic, with zero VOCs, this finish contributes to a clean home environment. The extremely low sheen is most forgiving and hides scratches and marks very well.

Warranty: 35 year limited warranty (residential)

Gloss Level: Ultra-Matte (10% sheen)


UV Cured Finish

Zero VOC. BreezeWood Floors’ European inspired Pioneer Finish offers a rich, authentic oil finish that enhances each wood’s natural beauty. The extremely low sheen is most forgiving and hides scratches and marks very well. Should you encounter unsightly scratches or wear to your floor’s surface, our Pioneer Finish Maintenance system allows you to easily repair and restore your floor.

Warranty: N/A. (As this product is spot repairable by the homeowner, finish warranties do not apply.)

Gloss Level: Very Matte (5% sheen)

NanoNano Ultra MattePioneer Oil
DurabilityExcellent durability. 7 layers of UV cured Nano finish with diamond dust particlesHighly durable. 7 layers of UV cured Nano finishDurable finish. 5 layers of UV cured Pioneer Oil.
Gloss LevelsMatte (20%) , Semi-Gloss (50%)Ultra Matte (10%)Very Matte (5%)
UV CuredUV CuredUV CuredUV Cured
Spot Repairable--Spot Repairable
Finish Warranty35 year residential35 year residential-

About our Wood Species

Descriptions refer to the dominant characteristics of the wood species in its natural unstained state before being sorted into flooring grades.


Elegant, prestigious, stately. The presence of cherry in a home or office setting imparts feelings of elegance and exclusivity.

Colour: Highly praised heartwood varies from rich/deep red to reddish brown. Sapwood is white to light yellowish cream.

Physical Properties: very stable, medium to low shock-resistance.  Heartwood is very durable and resistant to decay.

Janka Hardness Rating: 950

White Oak

A very popular choice for wood flooring with medium to coarse texture and an open grain appearance.

Colour: Sapwood is light-coloured and the heartwood is light to dark brown.

Physical Properties: a hard and heavy wood with great wear-resistance.

Janka Hardness Rating: 1360

Hard Maple

Fast growing and majestic.  A versatile species with a subtle grain pattern that suits almost every project.

Colour: Famous for its ivory white sapwood and contrasting shades of brown heartwood.

Physical Properties: Heavy, strong, stiff. Resists shock and marring.

Janka Hardness Rating: 1450


Generally straight-grained, but sometimes wavy or curly grain that produces an attractive and decorative figure.

Colour: Highly praised heartwood is light brown to dark chocolate brown. Sapwood of walnut is creamy white to tan.

Physical Properties: Walnut has good dimensional stability and medium to low shock-resistance.

Janka Hardness Rating: 1010


Hickory has both coarse-textured and fine grain patterns combined.

Colour: A diverse combination of bright white sapwood (tinged with fine brown lines) and pale to rich reddish brown heartwood.

Physical Properties: extremely tough and resilient, the hardest North American wood, making it a popular choice for high traffic applications.

Janka Hardness Rating: 1820

White Ash

A favourite for individuals who prefer a pronounced open-grain pattern similar to oak. White Ash can be stained to resemble oak if desired.

Colour: Sapwood is light creamy white: heartwood is light to dark brown.

Physical Properties: Strong, heavy, hard, high in shock-resistance.

Janka Hardness Rating: 1320

What does the Janka hardness number mean?

The Janka hardness number is a measure of a wood’s hardness and its ability to resist denting.  The higher the Janka number, the harder the wood.  The test measures the pounds-force (lbf) required to embed a .444 inch steel ball to half its diameter in the wood being tested.

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