Gaylord Hardwood Flooring

Maple Circa 1850 Hardwood Flooring

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Gaylord Hardwood Flooring

Maple Circa 1850 Hardwood Flooring

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Description

Maple is a very popular wood specie used in hardwood flooring because of its minimal grain pattern and unique characters.  Many clients are tired of the heavy grain in oak flooring and maple is actually slightly harder than red oak. The circa 1850 stain is a deep brown and very rich looking finish.  It is a two pass stain containing black which makes the grain stand out against the dark brown, making for a beautiful combination.  Since this finish is quite rustic and has a low sheen, it is a very pet friendly option.

Specifications

Lengths  

Solid - Up to 96" (40-48" Average Length)

Engineered - Up to 144” (66-78” Average Length)

Widths

Solid – 2-1/2”, 3-1/4”, and 4-1/4”

Engineered- 5”, 6”, 7”, and 8”

Sheen- 13% Matte Finish, 25% Satin Finish          

Texture- Smooth

Thickness- 3/4" Solid or Engineered Hardwood

Character 

Prime Grade - Colour variation with no knots

Country Grade- Colour variation with knots

Warranty- 40-Year Finish

Installation 

Solid - On or above grade

Engineered- On, above, or below grade

Installation Method

Solid - Nail or Staple

Engineered- Nail, Staple, Float, or Full Glue

Ease of Installation- Easy

Maintenance- Easy

Waste- 5%

Janka Hardness- 1450