Hickory Wood Flooring
As far as wood goes, hickory is one of the most durable wood flooring options available. Hickory wood can vary widely in color, from light tan to red/dark brown tones with dramatic grain patterns that set it apart from other wood species.
Its unique appearance, its rigid density and moderately coarse open grain combine to make it as appropriate in a modern high-rise loft as it is in a log cabin.
KELAI HECKORY : Super unique look and charm
Hickory is a species of hardwood commonly used for flooring due to its durability, strength, and distinctive appearance.
It has a light to medium brown color with distinct grain patterns that range from straight to wavy.
Hickory is a popular choice for homes in high-traffic areas and is known for its resistance to wear and tear.
However, it is a harder and more brittle wood, so it may dent or scratch more easily than some other flooring options.
|Product Design and Specifications|
|Style||Hardwood & Engineered floor||Thickness||10-18mm|
|Latin Name||Carya cathayensis Sarg.||Veneer/Lamella||0.6-3mm|
|Air-Dry Density||0.68-0.82 g/m3||Width||70-120mm|
|Janka Hardness||1820 P-F||Length||400-1200mm|