For over 30 years, Hiram has been based in the Black Forest region in southern Germany. The family business produces bespoke wooden floors that are used in projects that have a requirement for exquisite craftsmanship and longevity.
With its origins as a horse-logging company, the company now produces wooden planks that are up to 15m long and 40cm wide using local, sustainable timbers such as Douglas fir and oak. Every product is made to order and produced according to the customer preferences for the wood, the colour and the dimensions of the flooring.
The trees are selected in local and sustainably managed forests and then transported over short routes to the production facilities. Once arrived, the timber is sawn into wide boards, dried on the air and then kilndried in state-of-the-art chambers.
Hiram's skilled team of craftsmen care deeply about the entire production process. With every step, the floorboards receive hands on attention and are regularly subjected to quality control. Each knot is examined and mended, if necessary. The final result is floorboards that are unique due to the wooden grains, the sizes of the knots and the dimensions of the boards. Once installed in a project, the floor itself is a beautiful and long-lasting room element that complements any kind of interior design.