Special Woods Collection
There are many species of birch, each with its own color variations. Yellow birch is most commonly used for flooring. Yellow birch coloring ranges from a cream or light brown sapwood to a light brown or reddish heartwood, causing noticeable but not dramatic color variation. It is tightly grained with straight, curly or wavy patterns. It can be stained with a convincing mahogany or walnut finish. Birch measures 1260 on the Janka Hardness scale, just slighter softer than red oak which measures 1290 yet harder than Teak.
Stainable if desired but not necessary. Natural colors which will vary from tree to tree. H/S will match natural colors as close as possible unless requested otherwise
2.25" / 3.25" / 4.25" x Random Lengths
On or above grade only- Nail down only- Not for use over radiant heat- Professional Installation Required