Harris Wood Eco-Friendly/Sustainable Floors

 Eco Friendly/ Sustainable Floors

Green Policy

Harris Wood Floors

  • Since 1898 in East Tennessee near the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, our floors were made where environmental responsibility is a serious matter.
  • Our wood is reaped inside 500 miles of our factory lowering transport and handling.
  • Locally sourced only from decently managed renewable, sustainable hardwood forest.
  • 100% natural real hardwood 5-ply engineered flooring- no composites.
  • Made using environmentally friendly manufacturing methods-100% of the tree is utilized either as flooring or as fuel for our institution.
  • CARB 93120 ULEF Compliant-the severe U.S. guidelines for formaldehyde emissions, and also are made using ULEF adhesives.


Floor Score Verified- Indoor Air Quality Certified to SCS-EC10.3-2014 satisfying school classrooms and private office guidelines, and emissions criteria of LEEDS v5, CHPS, the Green Guide for Health Care, and acknowledged by many healthy building programs. Woodwudy Wholesale Flooring has more information for those interested.


The Cork Flooring and Luxury Vinyl Cork Flooring:

  • Environmentally sustainable. Natural Cork bark reaping method is done by craftsmen every 9 years with hand axes not hurting the tree extending the tree’s life for over 200 years.

Let customers speak for us

946 reviews
Waited 2 months and it’s not what I ordered


Great product

Love the full sample


Looks great!!

Beautiful floor

I love this floor. I never had LVT flooring and this style is so light & pretty. I would absolutely recommend this product and company

beautiful wood, crazy shipping policy

I really wanted to order from this company - but they made it impossible. Because I was ordering 1600 sqft to replace the carpet in our downstairs, I wanted to first purchase a full box to see if it was a decent match for the wood flooring we already have. One box was $70 plus $195 in shipping and warehouse fees. Great price but ridiculous fees - too much to take a chance on. They have repeatedly emailed and called me - and I have expressed the same answer to their staff multiple times. Someone should be sharp enough to take me out of the email system. After this note, I will unsubscribe.