Ash Hardwood Flooring has a similar graining pattern to that of oak. The colour varies from the light golden colour of the sapwood to the dark brown of the heartwood. When stained, especially with a dark colour, it looks very similar to oak. Ash is the third hardest North American species we produce and to the surprise of many consumers it is actually harder than oak.
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Ash Hardwood Flooring Details
White ash is elastic and hard, and it has excellent shock-resistance. The wood remains smooth under friction.
Janka Hardness: 1320
White ash is thirty-two percent harder than teak, about two percent harder than red oak, two percent softer than white oak, eight percent softer than hard maple, roughly seventy-two percent as hard as hickory or pecan, and sixty percent as hard as santos mahogany’s ranking of 2200.
Learn where Ash Hardwood Flooring fits on the Janka Hardness Scale
Category – Domestic Hardwood Flooring
Available Grades – Prime, Country, Distressed
Warranty – Lifetime Structural Warranty and 40-Year Finish Warranty
Finish – Standard and Dog Finish
Width – 2 ¼, 3 ¼, 4 and 5 inches
Length – Standard average length of 40-48″ and lengths up to 8′
Thickness – ¾ inch