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September 1, 2015

Maple Hardwood Flooring – 2nd Grade (Better)

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Maple 2nd Grade (Better) Flooring

Maple 2nd Grade (Better) Flooring

Maple flooring is one of the most common choices after red and white oak. Maple can be light and uniform in appearance or it can vary quite dramatically showing many color variations including dark chocolates and pink hues. Maple is 12% harder than red oak.

Grade Description
This grade of hard maple allows more subtle coloring mixed in with the very ivory tones and warms up the coolness of the premium white adding inviting glimpses of welcoming color. There may be an occasional solid knot or darker streaking in the grain pattern.

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Face Widths: 2-1/4″, 3-1/4″, 4″
Thickness: ¾”
Finish: Unfinished
Profile: Solid