Emerson Hardwood Floors
3 Reviews
14071 NE 200th St.
Woodinville, WA 98072
Toll Free 888-201-5635

Emerson / Crosscut
Flooring Will Call Center
4100 1ST AVE South
Seattle WA 98134
Toll Free 800-756-0334

2727 NW Front Ave
Portland OR 97210
Toll Free 800-514-2037

2344 W 7th Place
Eugene, OR 97402
Toll Free 800-947-6466

Since 1907, we are the leading wholesale supplier of hardwood flooring to the Pacific NW with branches in Portland, Eugene and Seattle and Woodinville. We supply a complete array of unfinished & prefinished hardwood flooring. Expertly Staffed Showroom open to the public.

Services Provided
Hardwood Flooring Showroom

Areas Served
Washington, Oregon

Certifications and Awards
NWFA MemberHBA Member
Contact: Emerson Hardwood Floors
Location: 2727 NW Front Ave
Portland, OR 97210
Commented: Engineered hardwood brands with oil finish? Garrison has quite a few options as well. http://www.garrisoncollection.com/ Take a look at their French Connection, DuBois and Wanderluxe collections.
in Home Decorating  
Commented: What species of wood is this?? It looks like mostly rift sawn, but that upper portion does look different. It's difficult to get a good look from the image.
in Remodeling  
Commented: Confused about the type of hardwood flooring to choose. Suggestions?? Have you thought about unfinished engineered? You should be able to match species and width to the other unfinished material for a cohesive look (and no micro bevels!). You can also use unfinished eng...
in Flooring  
Commented: Love this pantry. Hello, Unfortunately we don't have any information on the pantry, as we are a distributor of the hardwood floors shown. You might reach out to the designer of the space - Von Fitz Design.
in Photo Questions  
Commented: Does this look like white oak "Select" grade hardwood floors? Can you look at the bundles, are there any markings on them? Maybe ask him to see paperwork from the distributor, or wherever the material was purchased. That should have all the specs you need.
in Building a Home  
Commented: Need help identifying what kind of wood flooring this is It does look like brazilian cherry, or some other type of exotic species. If you have heat registers in your floor, pull one up to look at the profile. You should able to tell if it is engineered, lam...
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