Hakwood is a Dutch product that we bring in from over the pond. Founded in 1903, Hakwood has been at it for over 110 years.

Located 30 minutes from the port of Rotterdam, Hakwood has easy access to sustainable European Oak resources from all over Europe. Hakwood uses an all natural oil finish which is cured by powerful ultraviolet lights. This yields a finish that is very durable and resistant to stains, unlike traditional oil finishes.

Don’t be fooled by clever European names and marketing, Hakwood is one of the only European Oak producer in the US market who truly makes their product 100% in Europe.

Hakwood is 100% made in Holland and no foreign components are used in its construction.

  • Finishing
    Surfaces & Finishes

    Hakwood Floors come are finished in natural oil.

    SURFACE / FACE TREATMENTS

    • Hakwood floors are stocked in the USA in 2 surface smooth and sawn face.
    • Dutch Hand Scraped floors are available by special order from Holland.
  • Dimensions & Formats
    Dimensions & Formats

    ENGINEERED WOOD

    • Standard(stocked) thickness is 5/8", also available 3/4" by special order
    • Standard(stocked) boards are all 7” wide, custom widths available by special order
    • Standard(stocked) board lengths are 6’ 8’ long, custom lengths available by special order

    SOLID WOOD

    • All solid wood is special order from Holland
    • Standard thickness is 3/4"
    • Standard boards are all 7” wide, custom widths available by special order
    • Board lengths are 6’ 8’ long, custom lengths available by special order
  • Installation Methods
    Installation Methods

    Installation methods vary greatly depending on site conditions, but here are some general guidelines:

    • Solid wood is typically nailed, or nailed and glued, to a plywood subfloor.
    • Engineered wood is most commonly glued down to concrete subfloors. An additional soundproofing or moisture blocking barrier is often included in this type of installation.
    • Engineered floors are also usually the best choice for gluing down over radiant heat installations.
    • In either format, when planks are particularly wide, gluing and nailing is always good practice if possible.