Unfinished Engineered Flooring

Unfinished and available in multiple lengths, Ashawa Bay unfinished engineered flooring offers you great flexibility.

  • Engineered construction, 4 mm wear layer
  • Dimensions: 5/8″ x 2 1/4, 3, 4, 5″, available in 2′ – 8′ lengths
  • Precision machined tongue & groove, end matched
  • Unfinished

Features

  • Dimensional stability
  • Minimal sanding prep to finish
  • Long average lengths
  • Engineered by three generations of craftsmen

Grading

Select: Clear with occasional small defects, heartwood and sapwood allowed, pin knots, natural grain and color variation allowed.

Common: All of the natural character of wood including natural color and grain variation, heartwood and sapwood, scattered knots, open knots, knot holes, mineral and face checks, All open defects are able to be filled.

Available Species

American Cherry

The subtle heartwood red and pinks of American Black Cherry will naturally darken and grow more rich with age. Contrasted to the cream and white of the sapwood, Cherry makes a statement as a dynamic floor. While lower on the Janka scale, Cherry wears very well.

Janka Scale: 995

American Cherry
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Black Walnut

Black Walnut is America’s Exotic wood. Our Walnut comes from the northern range of the species, which brings a consistent brown heartwood with well steamed cream color sap. Though softer than other wood species, Walnut makes a beautiful floor and ages nicely.

Janka Scale: 1010

Black Walnut
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Hard Maple

Northern Maple is a brilliant floor, which will brighten up any room and wears extremely well. The select grade is heavy to the sapwood, delivering a very white floor when stained natural, and the 1 Common grade has an abundance of both sap and heartwood, producing a wonderful character floor.

Janka Scale: 1450

Hard Maple
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Red Birch

Janka Scale:

Red Birch
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Hickory

Hickory is a wood full of character in both the select and 1 Common grades. With a wonderful mix of heartwood and sapwood, mineral streaks and “bird peck”, Hickory is sometimes referred to as the calico wood.

Janka Scale: 1820

Hickory
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Red Oak

Northern Red Oak has a very beautiful range of light pink to red, adding a natural highlight to any home. Red Oak is the most common species for flooring in America and will remain a top species for years to come.

Janka Scale: 1290

Red Oak
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