Light and creamy, Ash is commonly used for baseball bats, hockey sticks and tool handles. Ash trees are currently under a lot of stress due to an invasive (and lethal) beetle called the Emerald Ash Borer. Ash might well disappear from our landscape … much like American Chestnut before it. This Ash offering is unusual … a 3/4″ solid wood floor 6.5” wide (over 1″ wider than the widest readily-available solids). It’s prefinished with a plant-based penetrating oil (creating a matte finish), and every piece is 78” long. It’s suitable for above-grade installations, and can be nailed, or glued with the appropriate mastic.
Milled with microbevels and a smooth surface. Natural variations in color are allowed.