Believe it or not, over ten percent of the world's forests are located within the confines
of Canada. There are so many different types of forest, all with their own subtype, topography, soil, and climate. Each of the forest regions produces a distinct type of hardwood floors that is
of high quality across the board.
There are five main regions in Canada that are relegated to the forest. These are the Montane Forest Region which grows coniferous trees, the Mixed Forest Region that has hardwoods like black
walnut, birch, and maple, the most productive West Coast Forest region, and the Boreal Forest Region, which grows black spruce. The last area is the Taiga Forest Area, but it isn't very
accessible and so isn't used as much as others.