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Softwood Floors
Oftentimes, softwood is referred to as “hardwood” in the flooring industry unsuspectingly. Despite its name, softwood can sometimes be harder than hardwood depending on its ranking on the janka scale. So what’s the difference?

They are distinguished by wood produced from two classifications of trees. Softwood is wood primarily obtained from coniferous trees. Coniferous trees are mostly evergreen. Evergreens are trees that have leaves throughout the year. The seeds of the trees and how they are cultivated contrast sharply as well. Conifers produce naked seeds which are dropped to the ground or transported by wind to produce new trees in other places. Softwood is considered environmentally sound because it is fast growing and more readily renewable than hardwood.

On the other hand, hardwood is produced from mostly deciduous trees. Deciduous means that it loses its foliage during certain seasons. It has enclosed seeds, called angiosperms, which are pollinated by birds and insects. Hardwoods grow gradually and slower than softwoods and as a result, tend to be denser. However this is not always the case.

Examples include Douglas fir, a softwood, is harder and stronger than many hardwoods while Balsa, a hardwood, is much softer than most softwoods.
Many homeowners like the western feel, and clean scents, that come with softwood flooring. Here are the most popular softwood flooring options for you to choose from:

Australian Cypress Floor
Cedar Floor
Douglas Fir Floor
Hemlock Floor
Larch Floor
Parana Floor
Sakura Floor
Turpentine Floor
Wenge Floor
Yellow Birch Floor

Information - Help
Care for your hardwood floors
Buying Tips – not sure where to start?
Hardwood Floor Manufacturers
Hardwood Floor Brands
What is the Janka Scale?
Guidelines to keep hardwood floors looking great
FAQ’s
Glossary

Types
Solid Hardwood  
Engineered Hardwood  

Styles
Parquet
Long Strip
Wide Plank

Niche Hardwood Floors
Allergy Free Hardwood Floors
Antique Hardwood Floors
Child Proof Hardwood Floors
Climate-Pleasant Hardwood
Decorative Hardwood Floors
Exotic Hardwood Floors
Flexible Flooring
Floating Hardwood Floors
Georgia Hardwood Floors
Green Hardwood Floors
Handscraped Hardwood Floors
Medallion Hardwood Floors
Non-Slip Hardwood Floors
Niche Hardwood Floors
Whitewashed Hardwood Floors

Helpful Hints
The Janka scale is useful for determining the hardness of a wood species. View the softest to hardest wood floors here

 
Recommended Hardwood Floor Cleaners:
African Mahogany Floor
African Padauk Floor
African Pearlwood Floor
Afzelia Floor
Amendoim Floor
American Beech Floor
Angelim Pedra Floor
Balsa Floor
Ash Floor
Balsa Floor
Bamboo Floor
Bangkirai Floor
Basswood Floor
Black Cherry Floor
Black Walnut Floor
Bloodwood Floor
Boire Floor
Bolivian Cherry Floor
Boreal Floor
Brazilian Cherry Floor
Brazilian Chestnut Floor
Brazilian Ebony Floor
Brazilian Eucalyptus Floor
Brazilian Koa Floor
Brazilian Redwood Floor
Brushbox Floor
Bubinga Floor
Cameron Floor
Bamboo Carbonized Floor
Caribbean Walnut Floor
Chestnut Floor
Cocobolo Floor
Coffee Bean Floor
Cumaru Floor
Curupixa Floor
Doussie Floor
Ebony Floor
Golden Teak Floor
Hard Maple
Hickory Floor
Highland Beech Floor
Honduran Mahogany Floor
Imbuia Floor
Ipe Floor
Jarrah Floor
Kambala Floor
Karri Floor
Kempas Floor
Lacewood Floor
Lapacho Floor
Leopardwood Floor
Lignum Vitae Floor
Locust Floor
Makore Floor
Merbau Floor
Mesquite Floor
Movingui Floor
Parana Floor
Pecan Floor
Peroba Floor
Peruvian Walnut Floor
Pradoo Floor
Purpleheart Floor
Red Mahogany Floor

Red Oak Floor
Ribbon Gum Floor
Rosewood Floor
Santos Mahogany Floor
Sapele Floor
Shedua Floor
Southern Chestnut Floor
Spotted Gum Floor
Sycamore Floor
Sydney Blue Gum Floor
Tallowwood Floor
Tasmanian Oak Floor
Teak Floor
Tigerwood Floor
Tualang Floor
White Oak Floor
Zebrawood Floor

Softwood Floors

Australian Cypress Floor
Cedar Floor
Douglas Fir Floor
Hemlock Floor
Larch Floor
Parana Floor
Sakura Floor
Turpentine Floor
Wenge Floor
Yellow Birch Floor

 
Rejuvenate can be used on the following type of floors:
Hardwood Floor Terrazzo Floor Flagstone Floor
Laminate Floor Terra Cotta Floor Vinyl/Linoleum Floor
Ceramic Tile Floor Slate Floor Marble Floor
Cork Floor Cement Floor Fiberglass Floor
Pine Floor Travertine Floor
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