Birch Hardwood Flooring
Prevalent in the northeast and Appalachia, birch hardwood flooring is popular because of its durability, relatively straight grain, and versatility. This hardwood has a janka rating of between 1260 and 1470, which makes it perfect for floors subjected to moderate to heavy foot traffic. Shock resistant and moisture resistant, the dense texture of birch makes it a fine candidate for stains and polishing, too. Visit our showrooms to look at our variations of this charming flooring option.