First Grade

From late 1800’s to the early 1900’s maple was plentiful and was used in many homes in Wisconsin. Today maple is again the most popular floor. First grade maple is hand selected to minimize the natural character variations of the species.

Maple 1st

Second Grade

Second grade maple is selected to contain a beautiful blend of warm heartwood, creamy sapwood, and soft grain.  Due to its versatility, maple is a stunning addition to any home.

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Third Grade

Third grade maple is hand selected and presents as a bold blend of warm heartwood and creamy sapwood, and is a stunning addition to any home.  A light stain may be applied to tame the color variation and add warmth to the overall appearance of this floor.

Maple 3rd

Peshtigo River Cherry

The name "Peshtigo River Cherry" suggests the floor is cherry, however, this flooring is hand picked from the center of the maple tree. If you are looking for a wood with the gentle grain of maple and a naturally warmer tone, Peshtigo River Cherry may be perfect for you. Elegant grain, warm color tones, hardness of maple, what's not to love?


Maple Specifications

  • Source: Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota
  • Widths: 2-1/4”, 3-1/4”, 4”, 5” (Other widths available)
  • Lengths: 1’-8’ (Longer lengths available)
  • Grade: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, Rustic
  • Hardness: 1450 (12% harder than red oak)
  • Stability: Below Average
  • Light Sensitivity: Moderate