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Maple #2 Common Grade (3rd or Better . - Hardwood Floor Depot

Hardwood Floor Depot offers our Maple #2 Common Grade flooring in 1’-7’ random length bundles. Average lengths will be between 2 ½’-2 ¾’. The flooring will have a four-sided tongue and groove for ease of installation. Recommended waste factor for this grade is between 12%-15%.

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#2 Common Grade Curly Maple Hardwood Flooring | Properties .

#2 Common Curly Maple Flooring Dimension Specifications: #2 Common Curly Maple is custom-made only in a long plank, where the lengths and widths are made specifically to each project’s specifications. The longest lengths can be from 10 to 14 feet, and the widths can be from 2¼″ up to 7″.

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#2 Common Grade Birdseye Maple Hardwood Flooring | Properties .

Finished Floor Appearance: #2 Common Birdseye Maple flooring has pink and white sapwood and dark brown heartwood. #2 Common Birdseye Maple flooring will have a 3D spotted appearance with the presence of large knots, worm holes, mineral streaks, and other surface defects.

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Barefoot Unfinished Flooring #2 Common Hard Maple 3.25in Wide .

Barefoot Unfinished Flooring Hard Maple #2 Common uses Northern Hardwood lumber resulting in a tighter grain and richer color. Precise drying and milling for less twisting and warping.

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2 x 1/4" Hard Maple 1'-7' Unfinished Flooring (# 2 Common .

Northern Hard Maple is one of the hardest flooring options available. It is the hardwood flooring commonly used for bowling alleys and gymnasiums.#2 common grade of Hard Maple flooring has all the naturally occurring wood characteristics such as knots, distinctive color and grain variations and makes a dramatic addition to any decorating look, while still maintaining a light overall color .

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We have all grades available including Select & Better (1st Grade), #1 Common (2nd Grade), Character, and #2 Common (3rd Grade). All of our maple flooring is 3/4" solid kiln dried and sourced from the finest mills in America to ensure quality and give you peace of mind.

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Maple #2 Common Grade (3rd or Better . - Hardwood Floor Depot

Maple hardwood flooring is the second strongest Domestic wood available. Hardwood Floor Depot offers our Maple #2 Common Grade flooring in 1’-7’ random length bundles. Average lengths will be between 2 ½’-2 ¾’. The flooring will have a four-sided tongue and groove for ease of installation.

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Barefoot Unfinished Flooring #2 Common Hard Maple 3.25in Wide .

Barefoot Unfinished Flooring #2 Common Hard Maple 3.25in Wide x 0.75in Thick - BFHM314-2C *Accessories & Moldings are listed below. Please scroll down to view.

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2 x 1/4" Hard Maple 1'-7' Unfinished Flooring (# 2 Common .

Northern Hard Maple is one of the hardest flooring options available. It is the hardwood flooring commonly used for bowling alleys and gymnasiums.#2 common grade of Hard Maple flooring has all the naturally occurring wood characteristics such as knots, distinctive color and grain variations and makes a dramatic addition to any decorating look, while still maintaining a light overall color .

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Unfinished Hardwood Flooring

In Oaks and Ash for example, we carry certified Clear, Select and Better , #1 Common , #2 Common and utility grade flooring. In maple the grading is referred to as Clear or First grade, 2nd and Better , 2nd Grade or utility. Some mills refer to a “Select” grade of maple which is actually a 2nd and better. Can get confusing.

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Barefoot Unfinished Flooring #2 Common Hard Maple 3.25in Wide x 0.75in Thick - BFHM314-2C Barefoot Unfinished Flooring #2 Common Hard Maple 3.25in Wide x 0.75in Thick - BFHM314-2C Add to Compare View Product

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Hardwood Flooring Wood Species (Wood Type)

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.

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Hardwood Flooring Wood Species (Wood Type)

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.

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Choosing a Hardwood Flooring Wood Species

Maple graining is very light and fine and many times barely discernible. Grain will range from uniformly straight lines to curly patterns. Some cuts of Maple flooring will contain graining called "birdseye." Birdseye is a distinctive pattern of small marks that resemble tiny eyes.

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Hardwood Flooring at Menards®

Add To List Click to add item Americana Floors Nordic 1/2 x 7-1/2 Maple Engineered Hardwood Flooring ( 26 sq.ft/ctn) to your list Sku # 7421270 SELECT STORE & BUY

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Classic Collection | Maine Traditions Hardwood Flooring

Solid Red Oak, American Cherry, White Oak, Hickory, Yellow Birch & Hard Maple. All featured with a Medium-Low gloss finish one might expect in a “Classic” Floor. All floors in the Classic Collection are covered by our 50 Year Residential Warranty. Versatile and durable floors that will complement any décor.

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Most popular hardwood flooring species and pictures

Oak hardwood flooring. Oak is the most common type of hardwood in the United States, especially in Westchester county. Oak is generally less expensive (since it is more abundant) and it is usually the hardwood that you find in most homes…so if you are looking to match what you already have, chances are, it is oak.

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The History of Wood Flooring - Old House Journal Magazine

The hardwood floors of this period were typically white oak, chestnut, maple, or black walnut milled into 2″- to 3″-wide boards. Maple was popular in kitchens due to its strength and resilience, since it had no open pores that might absorb spills. Around the 1870s and 1880s, it wasn’t unusual to find floors in public rooms laid in .

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