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Maple

Unfinished Solid

Attributes

Hard maple is also called sugar maple, hence its scientific name, "Acer saccharum." Maple's sapwood is pale to creamy white, whereas its heartwood is creamy white to light reddish brown. Maple has a very subdued, closed grain with moderate figuring and uniform texture. A durable species that is native to North America, Maple is is twice as hard as Douglas Fir and 6% harder than White Oak.

Ideal For

Because of its lighter color, it is a frequent choice for contemporary architectural styles and flooring. Sugar Maple is also a popular choice for musical instruments, bowling alleys, butcher blocks, and baseball bats.

Janka Hardness

1450

Available Widths

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

Thickness

3/4"

Flooring Grades

Select & Better, First Grade, #1 Common & Better, Second & Better, 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.