Ash is a very hard wood with a lot of character and grain definition. The grain itself is similar to that found in oak, but the color variation is all its own. Ash ranges from a creamy white to light gray brown over its majority, with the heartwood showing as a rich, deep brown

Appearance: The sapwood of white ash is creamy white, while the heartwood ranges from light tan to dark brown. The grain is bold and straight, with an occasional wavy pattern; and in plain-sawn boards it can have a strong contrast. The wood has a lustrous appearance, and the texture is rather coarse.

Properties: White ash is elastic and hard, and it has excellent shock-resistance. The wood remains smooth under friction.

Janka Hardness: 1320 White ash is about two percent harder than red oak

Description: Plank Size Wide 3 1/4″, 4 3/4″
Species: Ash
Grade: Premier
Construction: Solid
Finish: Low Sheen
Carton Quantity: 23 Sq Ft, 22.5 Sq Ft
Plank Dimensions: 9″ to 90″
Installation: Nail • Staple

Additional information

Additional information

Flooring Lines Superior Premier Ash

Types Solid Hardwood

Species Ash