Solid parquetry block.
White and red oak flooring.
Wide plank hickory.
Reusing old growth maple gym flooring.
Sheoga Hardwood Flooring by a mile.
Anything that’s not garbage.
Livesawn white oak plank.
1x4 old growth redwood we pulled out from a gym subfloor in Visalia, Calif., and installed on a deck in Saint Helena, Calif.
Reclaimed floors … and solid hickory.
1-inch white oak strip flooring.
Amish & Hercules—easiest mills to install and great length average.
Pattern borders, stain European oak, client where the price does not matter.
White oak rift and quartered.
Pretty much anything, as long as the homeowner doesn’t get it themselves at some weird discount place and then complain there’s not a board over 2 feet long.
4-inch white oak solid.
Michelle Lundberg Reichow
Parquet was Roy’s expertise. The pieces had to be exactly manufactured. I remember helping him resize herringbone because of fractions of difference in width tolerances.
One that I can sand.
Steven Triplett Jr.
Quartersawn white, favorite to install. Most beautiful, ipé! (PITA to install, tho.)
4-inch quarter and rift!
One with the highest markup.
White oak R&Q.
Any kind of reclaimed.
2¼-inch red oak common.
Antique chestnut, oak and pine.
Any Kahrs floor.
3¼-inch select and better in its bare form (good lengths and with a minimum amount of deficiency).
Quartersawn white oak.
R&Q white oak.
Any reclaimed … (Dade County pine).
Been loving that Polish-made engineered European white oak lately.
Nicholas C Maxson
One unit of measurement away from requiring glue.
Solid wide plank white oak.