Birch Flooring

This is a closed grain wood with more distinct grain patterns, more contrast and deeper color overall than Maple. Occasional curly or wavy grain patterns will appear in some boards. It is just slightly lower in hardness and stability than Red Oak, but makes a satisfactory floor. Installation is equivalent to hard Maple. It does not accept stain well, but its selection is usually based on its natural color variations. Birch  trees are moderately available in northern American forests.

Additional Information

  • 3/4″ thick, T&G, Kiln dried, End matching
  • Available widths – 3″ – 12″
  • Available lengths – random
  • Hardness = 1260: 2% softer than red oak
  • Price Range – $xx-$xx/sf
  • Solid or Engineered

Available Grades

  • Select Grade

    consistant grain pattern with very few natural characteristics such as knots and color variation

  • #1 Common Grade

    middle of the road grade with fewer knots and a lower degree of color variation compared to a rustic grade, knots tend to be smaller.

  • Rustic Grade

    high degree of natural characteristics including frequent knots, color variation and distinctive grain patterns