What does Nofma stand for?

What does Nofma stand for?

What does Nofma stand for?

National Oak Flooring Manufacturer’s Association
NOFMA stands for National Oak Flooring Manufacturer’s Association, but the NOFMA standards program goes beyond oak. The certification program is administered by the National Wood Flooring Association, and the standards can be applied to many types of hardwood flooring.

What wood flooring is made in the USA?

The Hartco Story is an American Story Today, skilled craftsmen and women in 6 plants across the country produce our hardwood. Most of those USA-made products are harvested from the Appalachian Mountains, making Hartco our nation’s leading manufacturer of North American hardwood flooring.

What is the most popular wood flooring right now?

Satin-Finished Wood Floors For the last few years, satin finishes have been the most popular among homeowners. A satin finish will still make your floors shine; it’s just not super shiny. It’s mellow, subdued.

Where is Johnson hardwood manufactured?

Johnson Hardwood Floors announced the start-up of its new 80,000-square-foot, multi-million dollar plant in Saigon, Vietnam. Approximately 175 people—including government officials and a mix of distributors and dealers—were on hand for the plant tour.

What floors are made in USA?

Flooring brands made in the USA include:

  • Alterna by Armstrong (luxury vinyl tile)
  • Anderson (prefinished hardwood)
  • Mannington (vinyl flooring only)
  • Marmorette by Armstrong (linoleum)
  • Mullican (prefinished hardwood)
  • Oshkosh (prefinished hardwood)
  • Shaw (prefinished hardwood, carpet, vinyl)
  • Sheoga (prefinished hardwood)

Should wood floors be lighter or darker than cabinets?

And should the wood floors be lighter or darker than the cabinets? Decorators all agree on the answer. Wood floors can be lighter or darker than the cabinets, as long as the colors complement each other. The best way to do this is to start your project by picking 2 complementary colors and an accent color.

What is Grade 2 hardwood flooring?

#2 Common or Rustic grade is very rustic in appearance, with great variation in color from board to board, visible mineral streaks, prominent, larger-sized knots and worm holes, and lots of shorter boards.