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Hand-scraped or Hand-carved

Flooring that gets its appearance by hand scraping the surface, giving each plank a naturally time worn appearance.

Hardwood

The term actually does not correlate to the hardness of the wood, though hardwoods do tend to be denser and therefore sturdier than softwoods. The distinction involves how the plant reproduces. Hardwood trees are considered angiosperms, and produce seed

High Pressure Laminate Flooring

Laminate surface that is permanently bonded with high pressure to its core.

High-Density Fiberboard (HDF)

A high-strength material made of very compact wood fibers and resins that is used in the cores of flooring. Its pressure is greater than 50 lbs. per cubic feet.

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