Ten Oaks hardwood flooring adds timeless beauty and style to any room, home, or commercial space. Our revolutionary Six Side Seal© ensures the look you choose is the one you’ll keep for years to come.
Six Side Seal© is our patented moisture barrier that coats each surface (including tongue and groove) immediately after machining, keeping your floor “manufacture fresh” and allowing for the best side match available anywhere. If you’re looking for the most stability, highest quality, and longest lasting value in solid hardwood flooring, you’ve come to the right place.
Ten Oaks products are proudly made in Stuart, Virginia, USA.
Ten Oaks solid hardwood flooring adds timeless beauty and style to any room, home, or commercial space. Our state-of-the-art manufacturing operation, located in the beautiful foothills of Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains, sources 100% of our fine Appalachian hardwood from Verified Sustainable Hardwood Forests. Our flooring not only exhibits a tradition of quality that comes from more than a century of combined experience, but also an eye to the future with our revolutionary Six Side Seal©.
In May of 1922, four local citizens of Patrick County incorporated Stuart Lumber Company to utilize the vast timber resources located in and around the county. Those incorporators included: Flem Ross, Joel Marshall, Larkin Cockram, and A. Leon Powell. For the next 17 years, these men rotated as President, General Manager, and Directors.
In 1982, Buddy left Masonite Corporation to strike out on his own business venture. He purchased the moth-balled strip flooring operation from the Masonite Corporation and moved the machinery across town to a spot on the Mayo River along Dobyns Road. In July of 1984, he launched Stuart Flooring Corporation with one half of a strip flooring manufacturing line.
In 2004, Buddy purchased the T. George Vaughan Furniture from the Vaughan-Bassett Furniture Company building located in the Rich Creek Corporate Park in Stuart, Virginia. With a blank slate of 260,000 square feet and 34 acres of land, the sixty-seven-year-old entrepreneur and his family members started Ten Oaks, LLC with a simple idea: make hardwood flooring better.
After fourteen years of steady growth, Ten Oaks expanded to fill almost all of its 260,000 square feet and 34 acres of land at the original Progress Drive location. With a need to expand its raw materials processing capability in order to increase production, Ten Oaks took advantage of the opportunity to purchase the old Stuart Flooring mill from Shaw Industries after Shaw announced the plant would close at the end of 2017. With more elbow room, Ten Oaks continues to expand its production of solid, hardwood flooring to offer a wider array of products to its customers.