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  • Ash
    Ash
    Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : Heartwood is light tan to dark brown; sapwood is creamy white. Similar in appearance to white oak, but frequently more yellow. Grain : Bold, straight, moderately open grain with occasional wavy figuring. Can have strong contrast in grain in plainsawn boards. Variations Within Species And Grades : Sometimes confused with hickory; the zone of large pores is more distinctive in ash, similar to that of red oak. Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a l...
  • Bamboo
    Bamboo
    Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : Typically available in light (manila/yellow tones) or dark (tannish brown) shades. Colors vary between manufacturers. Grain : Distinctive grain pattern shows nodes from the bamboo stalks. Variations Within Species And Grades : Within Species And Grades: Available either horizontally or vertically laminated. Horizontal construction tends to show nodes more prominently. Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a l...
  • Beech
    Beech
    Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : Heartwood is mostly reddish brown; sapwood is generally pale white. Grain : Mostly closed, straight grain; fine, uniform texture. Coarser than European beach. Variations Within Species And Grades : Within Species And Grades: Only one species is native to the United States. Moderate to high color variation between boards. Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a l...
  • Birch
    Birch
    Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : In yellow birch (B. alleghaniensis), sapwood is creamy yellow pale while; heartwood is light reddish brown tinged with red. In sweet birch (B. lenta), sapwood is light colored and heartwood is dark brown tinged with red. Grain : Medium figuring, straight, closed grain, even texture. Occasional curly grain or wavy figure in some boards. Variations Within Species And Grades : Within Species And Grades: Yellow birch, sweet birch, paper birch. Paper birch (B. papyrifera) is softer and lower in weight and strength than yellow or sweet birch. However, yellow birch is most commonly used for flooring. Boards can vary greatly in grain and color. Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a l...
  • Brazilian Cherry
    Brazilian Cherry
    Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : Sapwood is gray-white; heartwood is salmon red to orange-brown when fresh, and becomes russet or reddish brown when seasoned; often marked with dark streaks. Grain : Mostly interlocked; texture is medium to rather coarse. Variations Within Species And Grades : Moderate to high color variation. Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a l...
  • Brazilian Maple
    Brazilian Maple
    Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : Pale cream to yellow cream; no contrast between sapwood and heartwood. Grain : Straight, fine, uniform. Variations Within Species And Grades : Lower grades may have darker tan/brown colors. Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a l...
  • Brazilian Walnut
    Brazilian Walnut
    Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : Can vary from light yellowish tan with green overtones to almost blackish brown; exhibits a large range of coloration when freshly milled; darkens over time to medium to dark brown. Grain : Fine to medium, straight to very irregular. Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a l...
  • Bubinga
    Bubinga
    Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : Pink, red or red/brown with purple streaks or veins; changes from pinkish rose when freshly milled to burgundy red when aged. Grain : Fine; straight or interlocked, can be highly figured. Variations Within Species And Grades : Quartered exhibits flame figure; flatsawn has rosewood graining. Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a l...
  • Cherry
    Cherry
    Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : Heartwood is light to dark reddish brown, lustrous; sapwood is light brown to pale with a light pinkish tone. Some flooring manufacturers steam lumber to bleed the darker heartwood color into the sapwood, resulting in a more uniform color. Color darkens. Grain : Fine, frequently wavy, uniform texture. Distinctive flake pattern on true quartersawn surfaces. Texture is satiny, with some gum pockets. Variations Within Species And Grades : Significant color variation between boards. Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a l...
  • Cork
    Cork
    Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : Varies from light to dark; many colors available depending on manufacturer. Grain : Distinctive look unlike wood - cork is actually the bark of a type of oak. Variations Within Species And Grades : Many patterns available depending on manufacturer. Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a l...
  • Cumaru
    Cumaru
    Available ThickneAvailable Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : At first, red-brown or purple-brown with light yellow-brown or purple streaks, after exposure uniform light brown or yellow-brown. Grain : Fine texture, interlocked, waxy or oily feel. Variations Within Species And Grades : Dramatic shading that mellows as the floors matures. Available ThickneAvailable Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide...
  • Cypress
    Cypress
    Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : Cream-colored sapwood; heartwood is honey-gold to brown with darker knots throughout. Grain : Closed. Variations Within Species And Grades : High degree of color variability. Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a l...
  • Douglas Fir
    Douglas Fir
    Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : Heartwood is yellowish tan to light brown. Sapwood is tan to white. Heartwood may be confused with that of Southern yellow pine. Radical color change upon exposure to sunlight. Grain : Normally straight, with occasional wavy or spiral texture. Nearly all fir flooring is vertical-grain or rift sawn clear-grade material. Wood varies greatly in weight and strength. Young trees of moderate to rapid growth have reddish heartwood and are called red fir. The narrow-ringed wood of old trees may be yellowish-brown and is known as yellow fir. Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a l...
  • Hickory Pecan
    Hickory Pecan
    Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : Pecan heartwood is reddish brown with dark brown stripes; sapwood is white or creamy white with pinkish tones. Hickory heartwood is tan or reddish; sapwood is white to cream, with fine brown lines. Grain : Pecan is open, occasionally wavy or irregular. Hickory is closed, with moderate definition; somewhat rough-textured. Variations Within Species And Grades : In both hickory and pecan, there are often pronounced differentiations in color between spring wood and summer wood. In pecan, sapwood is usually graded higher than darker heartwood. Pecan and hickory are traditionally mixed by flooring mills. Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a l...
  • Jarrah
    Jarrah
    Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : Heartwood is uniformly pinkish to dark red, often a rich, dark red mahogany hue, turning a deep brownish red with age and exposure; sapwood is pale. Frequent black streaks with occasional ingrown grain. Grain : Frequently interlocked or wavy. Texture is even and moderately coarse. Variations Within Species And Grades : Moderate to high color variation. Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a l...
  • Mahogany
    Mahogany
    Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : Dark reddish brown. Grain : Striped figuring in quartersawn selections; texture is even and very fine. Variations Within Species And Grades : Moderate color variation. Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a l...
  • Maple
    Maple
    Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : Heartwood is creamy white to light reddish brown; sapwood is pale to creamy white. Grain : Closed, subdued grain, with medium figuring and uniform texture. Occasionally shows quilted, fiddleback, curly or bird's-eye figuring. Figured boards often culled during grading and sold at a premium. Variations Within Species And Grades : Black maple (B. nigrum) is also hard; other species are classified as soft. Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a l...
  • Merbeau
    Merbeau
    Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : Heartwood is yellowish to orange-brown when freshly cut, turning brown or dark red- brown upon exposure. Grain : Straight to interlocked or wavy; coarse texture. Variations Within Species And Grades : Moderate to high variation in color. Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a l...
  • Mesquite
    Mesquite
    Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : Light brown to dark reddish brown. Grain : High in character, with ingrown bark and mineral streaks. Most commonly used in flooring as end-grain block, which has small irregular cracks radiating across the grain. Variations Within Species And Grades : One grade; moderate color variations. Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a l...
  • Pine Antique Heart
    Pine Antique Heart
    Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : Heartwood is yellow after cutting & turns deep pinkish tan to warm reddish brown within weeks due to high resin content. Sapwood remains yellow, with occasional blue-black sap stain. Grain : Dense, with high figuring. Plainsawn is swirled; rift- or quartersawn is primarily pinstriped. Curly or burl grain is rare. Variations Within Species And Grades : Moderate color variation. Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a l...