Maple Hardwood flooring

The look of Maple

Maple has a close grain that gives it a soft, even texture. While the grain is generally straight, it can also appear curly, wavy, or striped. Sometimes there is pronounced color variation when maple is exposed to intense light, although a UV protector applied during the manufacture of flooring limits this variation.

Maple sapwood is generally white with a slight reddish-brown tint: the heartwood is reddish brown and sometimes quite dark.

Maple: A timeless classic!

The colors of Maple
Nordic
Cape Cod
Snowdrift
Natural
White Mist
Rio
Gelato
Hudson
Papyrus
Sand Dune
Driftwood
Grey Drizzle
Peppermint
Windsor
Nevada
Nougat
Sierra
Sandstone
Greystone
Rock Cliff
Dark Leaf
Auburn
Savanna
Praline
Platinum
North Hatley
Gingerbread
Charcoal
Nightfall
Canyon
Bolton
Umbria
Havana
Waterloo
Black Jelly Bean
Coffee
Java
Vienna
Graphite
The Facts on Maple

There are 13 species of maple in North America, 10 of which grow in Canada. Hard Maple is found in the eastern United States and Canada. Maple syrup is produced from the sap. Hard Maple can reach a height of 120 ft. (37 m) and a diameter of 3 ft. (1 m). In the forest, maples can have a clear trunk, free of branches for up to 60 ft. (18 m).

Hard Maple and Black Maple are hardwoods. Other species, such as Silver and Red Maple are considered softwoods. Some manufacturers offer maple floors without specifying that they are using soft species. These floors are much less impact-resistant.

Marks, scratches, or imperfections are more noticeable because of the close, even grain and pale color. The more open grain of oak and ash hides marks better. A matte finish will help make marks less noticeable.

Hardness: 1450 lbs.

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Variations, knots, cracks and other natural characteristics for an authentic appearance

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Foxwood Flooring will be transitioning with our sister brand Mirage Hardwood Floors.

You will be able to add to your existing Foxwood floor, or choose from the much expanded Mirage Hardwood Floors collection.

Rest assured that you will continue to have the same quality and service that the Foxwood brand was known for.