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Hickory is the hardest of the indigenous wood species. It is twice as hard as oak. Hickory is not a single wood species. Hickory is a mixture of pignut, shagbark, pecan and bitternut hickory. Hickory Wood has an eye catching appeal because of its dramatic appearance in the grain, dark brown strips and the sapwood is often white with pinkish tones. Hickory's high density and resilient surface will stand up to centuries of wear.

Also known as: Pecan, American Hickory and Carya ssp.

Widths 2 1/4", 3", 3 1/4", 4", 4 1/4" 5", and 5 1/4" widths. Hickory Wood Flooring
The wood photographs on this website cannot accurately represent actual color or appearance of the wood due to the differences in the way monitors render images.
Color Properties Heartwood is a reddish brown with dark brown strips. Sapwood is often white with pinkish tones.
Packaging Packed in nested bundles.
Finish Material is supplied unfinished and prefinished.
Grades Select & Better, #1 Common, Rustic / Character Grade
Hardness 1820  
Stability 8.9  
Origin North America  

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