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Brazilian Cherry Flooring

Brazilian Cherry Flooring

Brazilian Cherry, also known as Jatoba, has become one of the most popular imported hardwoods in North America for a few good reasons: One being that it is incredibly beautiful, two being that it is incredibly hard, and three being that it is more affordable than nearly all other exotic hardwoods used for flooring.


Our collection of Prefinished Brazilian Cherry flooring includes a large variety of Solid Brazilian Cherry and Engineered Brazilian Cherry flooring in several different widths and thicknesses, meaning we have a Jatoba floor for nearly every application and every budget. Browse the items below to get started.

 

2 1/4" Prefinished Solid Brazilian Cherry

2 1/4" Prefinished Solid Brazilian Cherry

3 1/4" Prefinished Solid Brazilian Cherry

3 1/4" Prefinished Solid Brazilian Cherry

4" Prefinished Solid Brazilian Cherry

4" Prefinished Solid Brazilian Cherry
 

5" Prefinished Solid Brazilian Cherry

5" Prefinished Solid Brazilian Cherry

6" Prefinished Solid Brazilian Cherry

6" Prefinished Solid Brazilian Cherry

7" Prefinished Solid Brazilian Cherry

7" Prefinished Solid Brazilian Cherry
 

8" Prefinished Solid Brazilian Cherry

8" Prefinished Solid Brazilian Cherry

Prefinished Brazilian Cherry Transition Strips & Moldings

Prefinished Brazilian Cherry Transition Strips & Moldings
     

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