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American hard maple wood has an even and soft texture with a thin, straight grain which can also have a curly, wavy or striped look. Its colour ranges from almost white beige to dark brown. With time, it will moderately change colour to take a light golden hue.
Satin (special order)
Extra - Hard Maple Hardwood floors
Excellent appearance and promotes a length with a higher average and more pronounced colour variation than Select & Better. This grade is highly recommended for the application of dyes. Our minimum lengths are 12'' and maximum 84'' for an average length of 38''.
Select & Better - Hard Maple Hardwood floors
Offers a slight variation of natural wood grain colour. No spots or cracks are permitted. Healthy small knots of less than 1/8'' may be visible as well as less than 1/8'' x 4'' natural streaks. Our minimum lengths are 12'' and maximum 84'' for an average length of 34''.
Rustic - Hard Maple Hardwood floors
This shorter grade is generated by higher grades classification restrictions. The result is a rustic look with extreme colour variations and natural imperfections in the wood. Average length is 16''. We deliver this product with knots filled with wood compound.
Important : No return accepted on rustic grade. No warranty applicable on milling or / and prefinishing before and after installation of Rustic grade.
Adirondack - Hard Maple Hardwood floors
This combination of grades offers all the variations in wood grain colour in its natural state. A grade of excellent appearance that promotes a higher average length. Colours will be more pronounced than with only the Select & Better grade. This grade is highly recommended for the application of dyes as it has all the features to bring out the colours. Our minimum lengths are 9'' and maximum 84'' for an average length which is approximately 40''.
Learn more aboutHard Maple
American hard maple, also known as sugar maple, is one of the oldest species used for hardwood flooring. It is found primarily in North America, but especially in Canada and the northeastern United States. It can reach sizes up to 37 m.
1450 (12% harder than North American Red Oak)