Natural Wood

Maple – North American Hard Sharkskin

Specifications

Collection

Antiqued

Species

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.

Construction

Solid

Features

Distressed/Antiqued, Wide Plank

Dimensions

5" x 3/4" x asst'd lengths up to 59" (Wide Plank)

Grade

Country

Finish

High performance polyurethane

Installation

On or above grade only Nail down only Not for use over radiant heat