Unparalleled in terms of durability, our prefinished and pre-oiled finishes will preserve the rich appearance of your floor, protect it from life’s little surprises, and prolong its natural beauty for years to come.
Evershine™ is Appalachian Flooring’s revolutionary finish available on all of our products in the Signature and Special FX collections. It allows our floors to be both beautiful and resistant. It has a phenomenal capacity to retain its gloss and resist wear-through, thereby preserving the original beauty of the floor. Evershine™ will keep your floor better looking, longer.
Evershine™ offers enhanced protection for your floor. This finish has abrasion-resistant aluminum oxide particles in the very top layer of the finish, thereby protecting the original appearance of your floor.
Steel brushed are used to lightly texture the surface of the flooring. A flat finish is then applied. The floors in this collection are perfect for young families and pet owners, as the wire-brush texture conceals wear and damage.
Our unique production process allows us to create a fine patina that will resist wear, liquid spills and conceal damage for years to come. We infuse the wood with oil which bonds with the cellulose in the wood fiber. The oil is then cured in our facility. This avoids the cumbersome and often unpleasant process of on-site finishing in your home. Oil finishes are built into the wood, which allows the showcasing of the natural texture and appearance of wood and often makes the repair of minor damage relatively simple. It can also be cleaned after installation, unlike other oil finishes, which can require up to a three week waiting period before being cleaned for the first time.
Our innovative process allows us to create floors that replicate the natural apeal of raw wood. A unique process removes the yellowing effect of a traditional clear finish and keeps the sheen level at the lowest degree possible in a prefinished floor. Lay our Verità product next to a piece of unfinished wood and you will discover how truly beautiful wood can be in its natural state.