7 series PLUS


Environmentally and socially responsible sources


  • Grown in forests that has been a model for sustainable hardwood management for the last 300 year.  Trees cannot be cut unless new ones are re-planted.

  • Harvested only from certified French forests.

  • Harvested only at full maturity after 150+ years.

  • Lacey Act Compliant. 

  • VLO : Verified managed-growth forest.

  • PEFC Certified: The world’s leading forest certification organization.


Healthy product commitment


  • CARB II compliant.  (Actually 75% better than CARBII standard)

  • EO certified (European Standard stricter than CARB).

  • No Urea formaldehyde.

  • No VOCs.


Contributes to leed credits


Relevant LEED Credits

Following are the LEED Credits* for which Great Northern Flooring products can help earn points.


* LEED-NC v2009

Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ)
IEQ 4.1 (Low Emitting Materials: Adhesives and Sealants)
To achieve a point under IEQ 4.1, among other requirements, "..all adhesives and sealants used on the interior of the building...shall comply with ...the South Coast Air Quality Management District Rule # 1168" which limits VOCs for Wood Flooring Adhesives at 100 g/L.


IEQ 4.4 (Low Emitting Materials: Composite Wood and Agrifiber Products)
To achieve a point under IEQ 4.4, "...composite wood and agrifiber products used on the interior of the building (defined as inside of the weatherproofing system) shall contain no added urea-formaldehyde resins..." Under EQ 4.4, composite wood and agrifiber products are defined as particleboard, medium density fiberboard (MDF), plywood, wheatboard, strawboard, engineered wood flooring, panel substrates and door cores.



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About Sample

Hardwood flooring is a product of nature.  Each individual board has its own uniqueness in color, grain and characteristics.  The variations in color and grain shown in the sample may not represent the true characteristics of the actual flooring.


About Photo

Product photos and website images are to offer an impression and examples of the appearance of the floor.  The color, grain and character variations shown may vary from actual flooring due to the limitations in the reproduction of photography or the monitor resolutions.      



As natural hardwood flooring ages and is exposed to sunlight over time, the color and shade of the wood is subject to change.  Displayed Samples to some degrees are changed in shade due to the photosensitivity.  The change is normal for any wood products and it adds depths in color and enhances the natural beauty of the wood.