Museum Quality White
Each board is hand selected for even grain, clarity and color. Boards are creamy white to pale white with no mineral streaks. We strive for the best color maple can offer. A nice light uniform floor.
Boards are clear with colors ranging from creamy white to medium brown. Most of the tree is represented by this grade. Knots and checking are not permitted. Called conservation by the Sampsons given that this grade is a very sustainable use of the tree. This grade can be considered less formal.
Boards are creamy white to a very light tan. Mineral streaking is allowed. Knots and checking are not permitted. A nice light floor. We work diligently to select the lighter hues.
Seth Bournival has forged strong relationships with loggers and mills to get lumber specifically suited to our custom grades. Our grades are unique.
3” up to 5” museum white
3” up to 7” select white
3” up to 9” select conservation
3/4” up to 2 1/2” available in both grades
Range available, maple usually averages between 5’ to 7’
Tongue and groove with back relief.
End-matching option available.
Flooring can be ordered with end-matching (a tongue or groove at the end of board length).
Traditionally used for piano parts, butcher blocks, flooring in bowling alleys, flooring