Quality Hardwood Flooring Manufacturer
The reason Reward Hardwood Flooring continues to rank among the top 10 distributors nationwide is because of its commitment to produce a rich line of products unsurpassed in quality, beauty and value in an ethical manner.
This hardwood flooring manufacturer is the oldest floor distributor in Southern California and creates exceptional products out of both domestic and exotic species.
Reasons We Love Reward Hardwood Flooring
What do we love about Reward Hardwood Flooring? One big benefit is the company’s commitment to sustainability. It partners with the Arbor Day Foundation to plant a tree for each hardwood floor sold. Customers even receive a card representing the tree planted on behalf of their new floor.
Reward is also proud to promote sustainable forest management and ethical harvesting of the wood it uses in its manufacturing process. It considers this raw material the world’s most environmentally-friendly flooring substance.
Additionally, it strongly supports and complies with all industry regulations including:
- The Food, Conservation and Energy Act of 2008 (Lacey Act amendment), which contains anti-trafficking protections to prevent imports of illegally harvested logs and timber
- California’s Airborne Toxic Control Measure to Reduce Formaldehyde Emissions from Composite Wood Products, which guards against unsafe formaldehyde emissions (or VOCs) in wood products
Multiple Flooring Options
Reward’s entire line is selected for natural beauty and performance. Its factory finishing creates an added level of durability to the floor’s surface, which is not available in site-finished flooring. To finish off the look in your home, each collection is available with coordinating trim.
We also love that Reward Hardwood Flooring is available in a wide range of styles, species, colors, textures, widths and prices. They use various techniques to give floors character and beauty, including hand scraping, distressing, French bleeding (darkening the edges of each plank), beveled edges, worm holes and chatter marks (horizontal indentations).
In addition to hardwood flooring, Reward also offers bamboo and cork products that still adhere to National Wood Flooring Association manufacturing guidelines. No matter what type of flooring you want in your home, chances are Reward Hardwood Flooring can help.
Looking for flooring on the darker side? The Balboa, Heirloom, North Coast, Reflections and Savannah Classics collections all offer a deep tone, but the wood grains keep the floor from looking lifeless and black.
How about a rich brown? The Boca Birch, Camino, Crown, Grand Yukon, Napa and Reflections Collections have warm hues that add a luscious character to the room.
When it comes to more of a tan, the Birch, Elements, Forge, Granada and Bamboo Collections offer subtle but unique variations. For an almost white look, check out the Castle, Dura Cork and Provence Collections.
This wide range of products ensures you can create any type of environment you can think of, from warm and rustic to sleek and contemporary.
Hardwood Flooring for the Home and Office
In addition to being perfect in the home, Reward Hardwood Flooring products are ideal for commercial applications as well.
With its own quality control technicians who work at the factory to inspect each shipment, Reward adds a level of diligence that sets it apart in the industry. Plus, your investment is backed by a lifetime warranty and the strength of 70 years in the flooring business.
Hardwood floors also make a great choice for any workplace because dust and other allergens don’t settle on wood like they do on other choices, such as carpet. And cleaning is a breeze as they are very easy to sweep or dust mop.
Solid Warranties on Flooring Products
Reward Hardwood Flooring is known for the high quality of its hardwood floors as well. It even offers numerous limited warranties, including residential finish, light commercial finish and lifetime structural on all of its products. If Reward products should ever warp, cup, buckle or delaminate due to a manufacturing defect, notify the dealer, retailer or contractor from which the product was purchased to coordinate the removal and replacement of the defective board or boards.