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Why Choose Canadian Flooring

We are a direct manufacturer of solid hardwood flooring
Custom-made colors, surface types and gloss levels are WELCOME!
We are direct importer of most engineered and laminate flooring
Oak, maple, ash, walnut or hickory flooring are Made in Canada
Vast selection of smooth, wire-brushed and hand-scraped floorings
We guaranteed the best price available on the market

Canadian Flooring is a Toronto based distributor & importer of top quality hardwood flooring.

Retailers, building contractors, flooring installers, architects and interior designers have come for service and advice not available from other suppliers.

We search all over the world for the best products and prices to serve homeowners, builders and contractors in order to meet their growing demand.

Huge Selection “In Stock Inventory”

We maintain an extensive inventory of most popular solid hardwood flooring in smooth, wire-brushed & hand-scraped finish. Custom-made orders in any color, any type of finish and gloss level are always welcome. We are small enough to take care of all your residential needs right down to the last detail and large enough.

We Have Great Reputation – Read Our Reviews

Reputation We Are Proud Of:

I was very impressed with Canadian Flooring. The floor looks beautiful and it was bought at a significantly lower price than at any of the shops I contacted. I would recommend them to anyone!
Gene P., Woodbridge

On time, professional and knowledgeable. Delivered as promised. Will use their services in the future as well.

Warren H., Toronto

Excellent quality, real "Select &Better" grade red oak floors, very fast and friendly delivery. Five-star rated. Very nice and easy to deal with. Perfect job. Recommended.

Wendy, Oakville

Hardwood Floors, Engineered & Laminate Floors for Sale in Toronto

Unfinished Hardwood flooring vs. Prefinished Hardwood flooring. Both unfinished and prefinished flooring have their benefits, as well as disadvantages that can come with it. To determine what is right for you depends on a factor of thing. Some include how fast you need the job done, if it's a new or existing house, the cost you're willing to spend, and possibly even if you're planning on doing the installation yourself.