Domestic North American hardwoods, exotic species from Eterna Hardwood Floors
Eterna has an extensive product line that consists of Pure Rendition, IngenuityPlus, and PureArt, to name a few. The Pure Rendition product line includes North American hardwood flooring species as well as exotic species. These include Camo, Cherry, Promenade, and more.
IngenuityPlus is engineered hardwood flooring. In this collection are designs like Homeland, Boulevard, Topaz, Auburn, and many more. Then you have the Pureart hardwood flooring line, which has interesting medallions and borders in each design.
Below we have reviews of Eterna hardwood flooring. Please leave a review or purchase Eterna hardwood on sale.
Linda, that floor sample looks so prtety, It should be gorgeous with the bricks! Water damage! I just found that the roof over my storage room leaked all over everything. I'm washing years worth of fabrics that I should have given away. I don't want them to mildew! I am trying to come up with some quick craft ideas for old fabric!Sherry by Elina posted on Friday, February 28, 2014
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I agree with everything that Wendy wrote. I'm gonna miss fwoiollng your postings and pictures! I do have 1 request though. I'm curious as to how many miles you covered?We'll see you back at work next week. I guess this means we'll have to move that homeless guy we let live at your workstation while you were out! by Sanchez posted on Friday, October 02, 2015
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This product is the worst wood flooring I have ever seen. I had this floor installed 10 years ago. I expected some wear and tear, especially since I have dogs, so I am overlooking the surface scratches, but the entire floor has not held up well at all. It looks like the entire thing is cupping and has looked that way for years. Now there are actual chips of color that are flaking off. It really is frustrating since the cost of laying this floor was so much money. I will never use his product again. by Maria Ottman posted on Wednesday, October 28, 2015