1st Grade: This highest grade is the clearest, most uniform in appearance and is practically free of all defects. Slight shadows and color variations may occur with the use of some finishes.
Second & Better Grade Maple
2nd & Better: This most common grade has more variation in color than 1st grade. Clear or white boards can be mixed with amber ones. Slight streaks and knots are admitted, but not on the ends or edges of the strips.
Third Grade Maple
3rd Grade: This grade presents a greater variation in color and contrast, accentuates the wood grain and enhances design options, including the Boston Square® option.
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