DOMESTIC HARDWOOD FLOORING

cheery hardwood

CHERRY

American cherry is straight-grained and even-textured. Colours range from creamy white to pinkish-brown and sometimes deep red. Boards are characterized by markedly contrasting colours. As the wood matures, it darkens noticeably to a rich reddish-brown. This wood has a hardness rating of 950 in the Janka test.

white oak hardwood

WHITE OAK

The grain of white oak hardwood floors resembles that of red oak hardwood floors. Growth rings are also quite visible. Colours range from light creamy-brown to grayish-brown. White oak hardwood floors changes colour moderately over time, becoming slightly amber tinged. This type of hardwood has a hardness of 1360 in the Janka test.

red oak hardwood

RED OAK

Red oak hardwood floors are the most popular hardwood flooring in North America. This wood is characterized by a distinctive, textured grain and clearly visible growth rings. Tones range from pinkish-beige to reddish-brown. Red oak hardwood floors change colour moderately over time, becoming slightly amber tinged. This wood has a hardness rating of 1290 in the Janka test.

white ash hardwood

WHITE ASH

With white ash hardwood floors the growth rings of white ash are quite visible, though less pronounced than in oak. White ash hardwood floors have colours ranging from creamy white with golden undertones to dark brown. White ash changes colour moderately over time, becoming amber tinged. This wood has a hardness rating of 1320 in the Janka test.

hickory hardwood

HICKORY

Hickory hardwood floors are characterized by a textured grain and clearly visible growth rings. This type of hardwood comes in many shades ranging from golden beige to full bodied brown. Hickory hardwood floors changes colour lightly over time, becoming tinged with gold. This wood has a hardness rating of 1820 in the Janka test.

maple hardwood

MAPLE

The grain of maple hardwood flooring is fine and even-textured. Growth rings are narrow and faintly contrasted. Maple hardwood floors have colour variations that range from beige to almost white in the sapwood, to full bodied brown, making maple hard floors the lightest-toned hardwood species. The hardwood changes colour moderately over time, becoming gold tinged. This wood has a hardness rating of 1450 in the Janka test.

yellow birch hardwood

YELLOW BIRCH

Yellow birch is straight-grained and even-textured. Colours range from creamy beige to reddish-brown. Yellow birch changes colour moderately, becoming amber tinged. This wood has a hardness rating of 1260 in the Janka test.

american walnut hardwood

AMERICAN WALNUT

American walnut hardwood floors are characterized by the rich and varying contrast of its shades. Hardwood flooring colours range from almost beige to almost white in the sapwood, to light brown, almost chocolate brown in the heartwood. Walnut hardwood floors changes colour moderately over time, becoming more full-bodied brown and tinged with gold. This wood has a hardness rating of 1010 in the Janka test.

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