White Oak - Maple (American Maple)

Species or Wood Type Of Hardwood Flooring Species or wood types are typically broken down into two categories, domestic and exotic. Domestic species are as the names suggest, hardwoods that are harvested from the North American and include species such as Red Oak, Hickory, and Maple. Exotic species are commonly known to come from places like Brazil and Australian with hardwoods like Brazilian Cherry, Brazilian Teak and Australian Cypress.

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  1. 3" x 3/4" Hard Maple Unfinished Select & Better  Solid Hardwood Floors
    Maple is the second hardest domestic species and is a great choice for high traffic areas. Maple has creamy white color tones that darken to a light reddish brown. Maple is very durable with a tight grain. Learn More

    Wood: Maple (American Maple)
    Grade: Select & Better - Unfinished
    Stain: Natural
    Width: 3
    Warranty: 25 Years

  2. 5" x 3/4" Hard Maple Unfinished Select & Better  Solid Hardwood Floors
    Maple is the second hardest domestic species and is a great choice for high traffic areas. Maple has creamy white color tones that darken to a light reddish brown. Maple is very durable with a tight grain. Learn More

    Wood: Maple (American Maple)
    Grade: Select & Better - Unfinished
    Stain: Natural
    Width: 5
    Warranty: 25 Years

  3. 4" x 3/4"  Maple Character Grade (2' - 10' Lengths) Unfinished Hardwood Flooring
    Maple is the second hardest domestic species and is a great choice for high traffic areas. Maple has creamy white color tones that darken to a light reddish brown. Maple is very durable with a tight grain. Learn More

    Wood: Maple (American Maple)
    Grade: Character - Unfinished
    Stain: Natural
    Width: 4
    Warranty: 25 Years

  4. 2 1/4" x 3/4"  Maple  #1 Common Unfinished Hardwood Flooring
    Maple is the second hardest domestic species and is a great choice for high traffic areas. Maple has creamy white color tones that darken to a light reddish brown. Maple is very durable with a tight grain. Learn More

    Wood: Maple (American Maple)
    Grade: #1 Common - Unfinished
    Stain: None
    Width: 2 1/4
    Warranty: 25 Years

  5. 3" x 3/4"  Maple  #1 Common Unfinished Hardwood Flooring
    Maple is the second hardest domestic species and is a great choice for high traffic areas. Maple has creamy white color tones that darken to a light reddish brown. Maple is very durable with a tight grain. Learn More

    Wood: Maple (American Maple)
    Grade: #1 Common - Unfinished
    Stain: None
    Width: 3
    Warranty: 25 Years

  6. 4" x 3/4"  Maple  #1 Common Unfinished Hardwood Flooring
    Maple is the second hardest domestic species and is a great choice for high traffic areas. Maple has creamy white color tones that darken to a light reddish brown. Maple is very durable with a tight grain. Learn More

    Wood: Maple (American Maple)
    Grade: #1 Common - Unfinished
    Stain: None
    Width: 4
    Warranty: 25 Years

  7. 4" x 3/4"  Maple  #2 Common Unfinished Hardwood Flooring
    Maple is the second hardest domestic species and is a great choice for high traffic areas. Maple has creamy white color tones that darken to a light reddish brown. Maple is very durable with a tight grain. Learn More

    Wood: Maple (American Maple)
    Grade: #2 Common - Unfinished
    Stain: None
    Width: 4
    Warranty: 25 Years

  8. 3" x 3/4"  Maple  #2 Common Unfinished Hardwood Flooring
    Maple is the second hardest domestic species and is a great choice for high traffic areas. Maple has creamy white color tones that darken to a light reddish brown. Maple is very durable with a tight grain. Learn More

    Wood: Maple (American Maple)
    Grade: #2 Common - Unfinished
    Stain: None
    Width: 3
    Warranty: 25 Years

  9. 2 1/4" x 3/4"  Maple  #2 Common Unfinished Hardwood Flooring
    Maple is the second hardest domestic species and is a great choice for high traffic areas. Maple has creamy white color tones that darken to a light reddish brown. Maple is very durable with a tight grain. Learn More

    Wood: Maple (American Maple)
    Grade: #2 Common - Unfinished
    Stain: None
    Width: 2 1/4
    Warranty: 25 Years

  10. 2 1/4" x 3/4" Maple Character Grade (2' - 10' Lengths) Unfinished Hardwood Flooring
    Maple is the second hardest domestic species and is a great choice for high traffic areas. Maple has creamy white color tones that darken to a light reddish brown. Maple is very durable with a tight grain. Learn More

    Wood: Maple (American Maple)
    Grade: Character - Unfinished
    Stain: None
    Width: 2 1/4
    Warranty: 25 Years

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