Max Windsor Flooring | SD Flooring HardWood Flooring Collection
At Max Windsor we know what great quality is based on: Establishing extraordinary standards and maintaining them.
We set the bar high knowing that in the long run we are no better than the product we sell. We are unreasonable with ourselves, recognizing that terms such as “industry standards” and stock mantras like, “That’s the way everybody does it,” are inadequate for those who choose to lead the field in quality. We prefer our own standards and ways of doing things. For instance, our rate of claims due to substandard product is less than one-tenth of one percent, compared to an industry average of just over 2%. This is our proudest statistic.
There isn’t anything complex about sustaining a 99.9% norm for customer quality satisfaction. It begins and ends with wanting to. It means that we pay a little higher price for the best wood and other raw materials.
It means discarding or downgrading suspect product rather than taking a chance in selling it into the market. Our inspectors aren’t paid to close their eyes, and their call on quality is the final word in our factory.
We are proud of our products and realize that it is their inherent quality which encourages our Max Windsor Authorized Dealers to recommend our brand above others. We have earned the trust of consumers and they have shown their appreciation for Max Windsor Floors by urging friends and neighbors to consider our flooring. We compete not just in price, but in the real value of the great floors we make.
When you are ready for new hardwood flooring, specify Max Windsor. We won’t let you down.
Our newest hardwood collection reflects a very special point of view. It is designed for the casual, informal interior; the city loft, country house, ski lodge, lake cabin and other spaces where living is casual, comfortable and fun. It is available in both hand-scraped and smooth finishes. Species choices include Walnut, Hickory and Maple, andOutback comes in 6″ wide planks with rustic beveled edges.
Outback’s surface character is not only hand-scraped, but includes deep scratches, dents, holes and other rustic markings. Its time worn surface is so appropriate for dens and studies, great rooms, childrens’ playrooms, bedrooms and kitchens. What a perfect selection for the eclectically furnished loft or country house with brick walls, stacked stone fireplace, exposed wood beams or other rustic architectural features.
The smooth-surface colors in Outback project a sense of rustic timelessness and comfort, summoning the sensation of long ago. Their natural patinas enhance the gorgeous walnut and hickory wood from which they are made.
Outback’s seven-ply engineered construction will not warp, shrink or expand, making it as ideal for interiors in hot and moist climates as in cold, dry climates. A scuff and scratch resistant application protects the surface, and Outback carries a 25 year limited wear warranty and a lifetime construction warranty.
Our production facilities have earned certification by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) as meeting the standards for preserving the environment in which our floors are made. We use only wood which comes from the responsibly managed, renewable forest resources.
Combining Max Windsor’s rugged construction standards for heavy household traffic with some of the world’s most beautiful and durable exotic hardwoods, Maximus is in a rare class of distinguished floors.
This Collection exhibits a dazzling array of wood species from the forests of North and South America. Brazilian Cherry, Santos Mahogany, American Walnut and American Cherry join Asian Maple and Russian Birch to form a truly international assemblage. Extraordinary grain patterns, striking burls, bold color contrasts and other character marks make Maximus floors distinctive and bring interior spaces to the level of floor art.
With perfectly milled eased edges, these floors offer the beauty of precise fitting, yielding masterful installations.
Cold Pressing, a unique Max Windsor feature, means enhanced dimensional stability, preventing delamination, cupping, crowning and seam separation. The application of 10 coats of Bona UV Finish further protects the flooring from scratches and chemicals while extending its wear.
Windsor offers an inspired array of colors and textures in Maple, Hickory and American Walnut with two finishes — Smooth and Handscraped. It has won the acclaim of consumers nationwide. Windsor’s beauty and character are unmistakable, transforming each floor from the ordinary to the distinctive.
In the handscraped group, the surface of each board is distressed by hand to create unique character, such that no two boards are exactly alike. This group expresses great warmth and is in harmony with today’s casual lifestyles.
Windsor Smooth has a more formal esthetic, exuding charm and sophistication, and is an ideal background for traditional furnishings.
Using a proprietary method of construction we call cold pressing, dimensional stability and resistance to changes in temperature and humidity are built into every board. This technique resists moisture and prevents delamination, crowning, cupping and separation of seams, even in extreme climates.
I highly do NOT recommend SD flooring! The countertops were installed and were two completely different colors! It’s been months trying to get it fixed. They have no customer service, are highly unreliable and we are extremely disappointed! - By Alyssa W
I had a good experience with SD Flooring Center & Design. I had done work with them about 6 months ago they offered some good quality products. Most recently, there was a little change on the pricing, but everything else was definitely great. Overall, I enjoyed the customer-friendly staff and they were very easy to work with. They offer good quality products and I'm happy to be a customer for them. - By Jeff F
I did not like the wood flooring that they delivered to me, I tried to refuse it but they had unloaded it before they brought in a sample for me to approve. I was charged an extra 1.00 per square foot for water proofing that they didn't apply. The carpet that they installed has stretched out so I will need to hire someone to re-stretch it. The wood flooring is thin and is wearing out. Overall awful experience. - By Suzanne C