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  • The grain of hard maple (Acer saccharum) is fine and even textured.

  • An exclusive selection of the best North-American species, natural or stained, according to your preferences… species, stain, gloss level, width, grade… design your floor the way you want it!

  • The growth rings of white ash (Fraxinus americana) are quite visible, though less pronounced than in oak. Colors range from creamy white with golden undertones to dark brown. White ash changes color moderately over time, becoming amber tinged. This wood has a hardness rating of 1 320 in the Janka test.

  • The grain of white oak (Quercus alba) resembles that of red oak. Growth rings are also quite visible. Colors range from light creamy brown to grayish brown. White oak changes color moderately over time, becoming slightly amber tinged. This wood has a hardness rating of 1 360 in the Janka test.

  • Yellow birch (Betula alleghaniensis) is straight-grained and even textured. Colors range from creamy beige to reddish brown. Yellow birch changes color moderately, becoming amber tinged. This wood has a hardness rating of 1 260 in the Janka test.