Wood is part of the saga of old Morrice, MI. Pretty much anyone who grew up in this neck of the woods knows of the race with the town of Perry to build the first train depot — you know, the wood was bought and cut by the inhabitants of Morrice, stolen by the inhabitants of Perry, used to build the depot in Perry, and then late one night, the whole depot was stolen back and taken home to Morrice so the train would stop in our hometown. Oh, the campfires that story has been told across and oh, our love for wood.
That love for wood still flows through our blood today, just without the stealing or the train depots. We love it on our floors. It creates a rich and robust look and is a flooring that will last a lifetime. Hardwood
is one of the few permanent floors that you can install and many real-estate agents consider it an investment that will raise the overall value of your home.
The wood species that are available today far exceeds anything our ancestors would have considered possible. We have traditional oak and pine available, but also there are lines in cherry, walnut, and hickory. If you want something even more exotic, you might consider a line in Kupay, Acacia, or bamboo. All of these come in a wide range of possible stains or, if you prefer, they can be finished in their natural colors.