When Vintage opened its doors in 1989, the hardwood flooring market was comprised of mainly unfinished strip flooring. With determination and hard work, Vintage soon established a loyal following of hardwood flooring installers throughout Ontario. In 1994, Vintage made its debut into the prefinished market by supplying a local hardwood flooring prefinishing company with the unfinished flooring that would be finished and marketed throughout Canada. In 1997, Vintage relocated its manufacturing facility via acquisition to its current location. This new 70,000 square foot building set the stage for the Vintage Prefinished Hardwood Flooring line. With capital expenditure exceeding four million dollars, new state-of-the-art, prefinished flooring equipment was purchased and is to this day, continually being upgraded. Although no longer manufacturing unfinished flooring, Vintage has carried that innovative leadership, and the exceptional commitment to quality, into the Vintage Prefinished Flooring. Vintage has built a reputation of exceptional quality and service across North America. Using state-of-the-art technology, Vintage has continuously strived to manufacture and market a superior quality product surpassed by none in the industry. The integrity of our wood, the expertise of our people, our revolutionary manufacturing system and the strength of our distribution network have undoubtedly made our Vintage brands, a popular choice for prefinished hardwood flooring. With over 20 years of experience, we understand the importance of updating our manufacturing equipment, expanding our product offering both in wood species and colors and making continuous product improvements. As a result, new wood species and colors are frequently added to our Vintage product lines and our specially formulated aluminum oxide finish coats - Armour-Kote® are continuously increased to ensure longer lasting protection. Special attention is given to our wood selection whether it is domestic or exotic, solid or engineered. White Oak, Red Oak, Hard Maple, Jatoba (Brazilian Cherry), Hickory, North American Cherry (Black Cherry), Ash, Red Pine, Andiroba (Brazilian Mahogany), Tatajuba (Brazilian Iroko), Muiracatiara (Tigerwood), Muirapiranga (Maria Rosa), Macaranduba (Brazilian Jarrah), Ipe (Brazilian Walnut), Gombeira (Brazilian Ebony), Cabreuva, Cumaru, Merbau, Black Walnut, Timbor and Jaca are our primary wood sources due to their hardness, durability, preservation and easy availability.