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Hickory

Unfinished Solid

Attributes

Hickory is native to North America and is the heaviest of American hardwoods. Hickory sapwood is white to cream in color; its heartwood is tan or reddish. There are usually marked differences in color between spring wood and summer wood. Hickory has a closed grain with moderate definition and is fairly rough-textured. Note: Hickory can be hard to work with using hand tools, so pre-drilling is suggested.

Ideal For

Flooring and furniture where structural strength or a thin veneer is needed, as Hickory is a highly durable wood with moderate bending and crushing strengths. Also used for architectural millwork, doors, and gunstocks.

Janka Hardness

1820

Available Widths

2 1/4", 3", 4", 5", 6", 7", 8"

Thickness

3/4"

Flooring Grades

Select & Better, Select, Second Grade, Character, #3 Common

Product images are not representative of the product you will receive, and contain examples of hardwood planks within the same grade. Every grade has variations in both color and grain.