Birch Handscraped

Model: QC-HS-BC | Date:2013-06-21

Name: Birch Handscraped /Distressed Wood Flooring

Size: 1200 X 125 X 12(2)mm      
       1200 X 125 X 14(3)mm
Other sizes are workable

Joint: Tongue & groove 
Surface: Handscraped UV lac
Structure: Multi-ply Eucalyptus base
End: micro bevel
Color: Natural color, or color-stained;
 Loading: 1600m2/20'FCL;
MOQ: Negotiable

Other requirements:
Smoked, Carbonized, color-stained, brushed, Sawn-mark, Fire-burn, multi-ply/3-ply, other sizes, unfinished, etc are workable

Wood species: Birch
Latin: Betula spp.
Wood Properties:
Birch generally has a lighter sapwood and a darker contrasting heartwood. Boards that have both often display an attractive combination of light creamy shades mixed with darker red and brown tones. If you like this type of action and color variation, you'll find it with certain varieties of birch wood floors. Birch can range in color from light yellow to dark brownish red. It's softer than red oak, but is still a strong wood.
The cost of birch wood flooring generally falls within the lower to average price range of other common hardwood floor types.
Birch has similarities with Maple both in color and physical characteristics but you have to drill down to the finer details to understand their differences.The visual similarities between birch and maple center around their color and grain texture. Both woods share a light sapwood (the area toward the outside of the tree) with darker reddish/brown tones in the heartwood (the wood that's closer to the center of the tree).
Birch hardwood flooring is certainly a good option, it has beauty, durability and its cost is in line with other widely-used types of hardwood flooring.

Solid Birch hardwood flooring is an investment in natural beauty and lasting value. Birch flooring is known for its warm appearance and affordability. The subtle grain of Birch combined with the appealing Cherry stain produce a unique and attractive floor that will add value to any home.