Some species of hard maple grow to 130 feet in height, though the average height range is closer to 100 feet. Hard maple makes up approximately 8% of the commercially available hardwoods in the United States and is often called the “cold-weather tree” favoring northern climates. It is prevalent in the northern and eastern United States.
3 1/2" x 3/4" x asst'd lengths up to 47"
High performance polyurethane
On, above or below grade Nail or glue down only May be glued down over radiant heat