WellDone Premium Elm Flooring made from real hardwood - American Elm, which is durable and stable due to our patented thermo-treatment process for at least 35 years with no any chemicals added. For WellDone Flooring we use pure wood material (Elm), which was thermally treated (“cooked”) under extremely high temperatures 400 degree F. The main reason for thermo-treated woods’ durability and dimension stability is the natural molecular changes that occur when wood undergoes the targeted temperatures during the process. More specifically, the polysaccharides and resins (food for fungi) are removed during this high temperature stage, which causes the wood to not rot and decay. Also, the wood substantially reduces moisture related shrinking and swelling and it repeals moisture on molecular level.

WellDone Flooring has T&G standard flooring profile on sides and on the ends and separated in to two grades: Clear and Rustic.

The thermo-treatment process enhances the woods color and naturally changes cells structure creating an even brown tint that is consistent beyond the surface. Chemicals are never used during the thermo-treatment process, so the material remains environmentally safe. Thermo-treated Flooring is stable to use in high moisture environment like bathrooms basements and kitchens.

Thermo-Treated Elm appears a unique grain picture due to thermo-treatment: it has a grain go Ash woods with the added thin wave creating a beautiful attractive picture. 

  • Janka Hardness – 900 Lb.

  • Weight - 3.0 Lb/SF.

  • Class B fire rating.

  • Use standard wood flooring installation, sanding and cover with clear lacquer.


Thermo-treated Elm Flooring

Peter Lik Project to apply Thermo-treated Elm

Our flooring has been applied in 23 galleries of famous photographer Peter Lik in the USA. See the website of Peter Lik ( to see our flooring at his beautiful galleries. In one of the galleries (Las Vegas) our flooring also has been used as a facade of the gallery (between Luxor and Mandalay Bay). See some of the pictures below.


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