Plank Face Width: 6" - 12" Plank Thickness: 3/4" Solid, 5/8" and 3/4" Engineered Plank Length: 18" - 10' Random Lengths, 2' - 10' Random Lengths, 3' - 10' Random Lengths, 4' - 10' Random Lengths Grade: Select, Character Profile: Tongue and Groove Special Features/Options: Plain Sawn, Pre-Finished Available Janka Hardness Rating:
Ash wide plank flooring offers the twin benefits of above-average durability and dimensionally stability. Its inner strength is concealed by a muted, creamy appearance.
Ash is similar in appearance to white oak or hickory, but with a slight yellow tint. The sapwood is a light, creamy color, while the heartwood ranges from light tan to deep brown. The grain pattern of ash is bold and straight, with occasional waves. The classic cathedral grain in plain sawn boards is evidence of the growth ring after the board is sawn.
This species makes an excellent choice if you are in need of a floor with exceptional durability and resistance to foot traffic. Ash is the most common wood species used in MLB-regulation baseball bats. If this wood can stand up to a 99 mile-per-hour fastball, you can rest assured that it can stand up to almost anything.
Ash is nine percent more dimensionally stable than northern red oak (link to red oak), allowing this wood to hold up better than average to humidity and temperature fluctuations.
Exhibiting a rare triad of hardness, dimensionally stability, and a smooth-as-silk appearance, ash wide plank flooring is a great choice for those who want a wood species that is tough but easy on the eyes.
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