DuChateau Hardwood Flooring Roundup

DuChateau Hardwood flooring

DuChateau Hardwood flooring DuChateau believes that, “The connection between nature and the individual must be met with truly innovative design if we are to ever fully appreciate the similarity and difference of the two.” So, what does that mean to the consumer? It should mean that they can rely on DuChateau hardwood to not just deliver great flooring but also deliver an immersive group of products. Products that work together to bring you finely manufactured and luxury finishes. American Carpet Wholesalers of Georgia works on a similar principle. We bring you the best flooring options, including several lines of the DuChateau hardwood flooring brand.

When ACWG introduced DuChateau hardwood flooring back in 2017, it brought the best with the supreme styling and luxury looks DuChateau hardwood flooring is known for.

DuChateau hardwood flooring comes in a number of textures and surface treatments. These include:

-Hand-scraped with wire-brush
-Hand-scraped with pillowed bevel
-Split face reclaimed (simulated, not actual reclaimed wood)
-Smooth with chiseled bevel
-Smooth with micro-bevel
-Wire-brush with micro-bevel
-Wire-brush with chiseled bevel
-Hand-sculpted with pillowed bevel
-Pronounced wire-brush
-Cross-grain sawn with micro-bevel
-Hand-sculpted with pronounced wire-brush

The Chateau Collection antique hard-wax oiled floors are manufactured to reminisce the styles found in Europe centuries ago. The  Chateau Collection recreates the same time worn look that showcases the natural character and longevity of a hardwood floor with natural changing grain patterns that exemplify vintage artistic design. The free forming elements of natural wood are what give The Chateau Collection floors it’s wonderfully worn character and exceptional beauty. The wood has straight, long grains from trees cut from large stands, and it’s texture is course and characterized by large open pores. It is wood that is harvested in the northeastern areas of the DuChateau Hardwood Flooringspecies distribution zone which is denser and tougher while the wood taken from the central regions tend to be straighter and more uniform. The Chateau Collection styles include: Antique whiteKasteelLyonMontserratNaturalOld DutchSt. MoritzWhite OiledWindsor, and Yves,  each has it’s own distinctive look so be sure to take a look at each one to find the style that suits your lifestyle.

DuChateau hardwood flooring brings together old-world craft and traditions with modern technology. Bringing an innovative design product to the market that marries nature with fashion and architecture.”

Each of the styles has its own particular color range in the DuChateau Heritage Timber Edition. For instance, Lintel is a light-colored floor while Coal is a richer, coffee toned flooring. All of the Heritage Timber Edition floors have the same basic construction of a European Oak species hardwood floor. Like all DuChateau floors, it is an engineered floor and uses a Hard-Wax Oil for the surface instead of a 

DuChateau Hardwood flooring

chemical polyurethane finish. The Lintel has a Janka rating of 1360. The Janka hardness test measures the resistance of a sample of wood to denting and wear. It measures the force required to embed an 11.28 mm (.444 in) steel ball into wood to half the ball’s diameter. This method leaves an indentation. A common use of Janka hardness ratings is to determine whether a species is suitable for use as flooring.

Lintel, and the other floors in the Heritage Timber Collection is suitable to use with radiant heating and can be installed with a variety of methods ranging from nail-down to floating floor. The engineered wood for Lintel is straight, long grain from trees cut from large stands. The wood’s texture is coarse and characterized by open pores. Wood harvested from the northeastern areas of the species’ distribution zone tends to be denser and tougher while wood from the central regions tends to be straighter and more uniform.

Engineered floors use the same wear layer as solid hardwood flooring and wood from a different species for the substrate, helping to conserve important natural resources, using a quarter of the trees of solid hardwood and incorporating other species that are easily
renewable. As a major proponent of sustainability, DuChateau is committed to the environment and ensuring its future. DuChateau wood products are certified by the Forest Stewardship Council® Chain of Custody Standard (FSC®). Also a proud member of the U.S. Green Building Council, all DuChateau wood products contribute to LEED credits.Today, DuChateau is appreciated by some of the most well-respected brands, including The Ritz-Carlton, Saks Fifth Avenue, Trump Properties, Augusta National Golf Club, Ian Schrager hotels, and Whole Foods.

As you can tell, DuChateau hardwood flooring is the type of product that you really should consult with the flooring experts at American Carpet Wholesalers of Georgia about. These floors are available to view at the ACWG online gallery or at their showroom in Dalton, Ga. When you find the styles you would like to discuss, call 1 (800) 548-2706. American Carpet Wholesalers expert staff can ensure you get the best flooring at the best price available when you call.