Thomasville is a well-known brand of furniture that also manufactures hardwood flooring. The flooring is sold and installed exclusively through Home Depot stores. Thomasville produces both solid and engineered hardwood flooring that is available in a variety of finishes and wood types.
Thomasville Flooring focuses on hardwood floors in different styles and finishes. The wood species produced by Thomasville Flooring are Jatoba, Sapele, Makata, and Oak. Each type of wood has its own finish, except for Oak, which has two separate finishes.
In 1904, Thomasville began making the "Thomasville Chair." Named after the town, Thomasville, North Carolina, the company grew to produce other home furnishings. Early in Thomasville's history, two timber farmers, T.J. and C.F. Finch, agreed to accept stocks in the company as payment for the wood they were supplying. Through the years, the Finch brothers bought out other stockholders and were an integral part of the company's direction.
There are more than 150 independently owned Thomasville Home Furnishings Stores, as well as more than 400 retailers. Thomasville includes lines of furniture, cabinetry, lighting, and flooring. It is responsible for designing the Ernest Hemingway, The Collection of a Lifetime, and Humphrey Bogart furniture collections. Expanding its services, Thomasville also manufactures hardwood flooring that is distributed in Home Depot stores.
The Thomasville Flooring website features an extensive Image Gallery of detailed pictures of hardwood flooring in different settings. Specifications and installation methods are listed clearly on separate pages. Thomasville's main website has more information about the company's history and policies. Both websites have store finders, frequently asked questions, and contact sections.