- Grade: Select & Better - Unfinished
- Stain: None
- Warranty: 50 Years
- Min. Order Qty: 200SF
Top 3 Things to Know About This Northern Hard Maple Unfinished Hardwood Flooring:
Its NORTHERN Hard Maple - Harvested from the northern regions of the United States and Canada and is truly Hard Maple.
Excellent Average Lengths - This product is consistently averaging out higher than the industry average. 12"-120" lengths!
Select & Better Grading
Select and Better has consistent color and grain throughout. Almost completely free of knots and mineral streaks. This is generally considered the highest grade of unfinished wood, and because of that there is less color variation and it tends to cost more as well.
Did You Know?
There is a difference between Hard Maple and "Soft" Maple? Hard Maple species name is Acer Saccharum.
Hard Maple is also know as Rock Maple or Sugar Maple.
Soft Maple Species include but not limited to Big Leaf (Acer Macrophyllum), Box Elder (Acer Negundo), and Red Maple (Acer Rubrum)
Some Interesting Facts About Maple
Maple (American) is native to North America. The species grows mostly in Canada and the Eastern United States. There are several uses for this hardy wood. In addition to being used to make cabinets, furniture, and musical instruments, Maple is the hardwood flooring you find in sports arenas, like bowling alleys, basketball courts, and dance studios.
The Benefits of Maple Hardwood Flooring in Your Home
Maple is a popular hardwood for various reasons. In homes that are quite lively, with a great amount of traffic, Maple hardwood flooring is a solid option. Why? Well, with a Janka Hardness Scale score of 1450, Maple can take on the stresses of everyday living -- the light and heavy steps taken across the home, the baby toys dropped here and there, the doggy paws pacing to and fro. If it can withstand the pounding and force of athletes, the same is true for children and pets. Maple hardwood flooring can also serve as a beautiful backdrop in your home, with its range of warm tones, from light beige or cream to a reddish brown, and its simple grain. It complements any design style -- from rustic or modern, to eclectic. Maple is also simple to care for. It's easy to clean and maintain, doesn't require much other than a broom and/or vacuum to remove dirt, dust and debris, and a mop.