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Vertical Grain Engineered Flooring

Vertical grain is milled from lumber that has been cut perpendicular to a tree’s growth rings, also known
as quarter sawn or rift sawn. The face will have long vertical graining and varies from dead straight to
slightly wavy or curly and from very tight to more spaced out grain. Vertical grain will have fewer small
to medium knots, there are some nail holes and stains, and very minimal checking. The tighter and more
consistent vertical grain is a more dimensionally stable material and is highly sought after for flooring.
Vertical grain is not nearly as abundant as mixed grain and is priced a bit a higher.

 

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Product Description

Vertical grain is milled from lumber that has been cut perpendicular to a tree’s growth rings, also known
as quarter sawn or rift sawn. The face will have long vertical graining and varies from dead straight to
slightly wavy or curly and from very tight to more spaced out grain. Vertical grain will have fewer small
to medium knots, there are some nail holes and stains, and very minimal checking. The tighter and more
consistent vertical grain is a more dimensionally stable material and is highly sought after for flooring.
Vertical grain is not nearly as abundant as mixed grain and is priced a bit a higher.

Additional Information

Flooring Type

Engineered Flooring

Profile

engineered-flooring, Tongue and Groove

Knots

Few to no knots, Any knots will be pin size

Holes

Few to no Knots

Species

Reclaimed Douglas Fir

Cracks and Checking

industrial-buildings-across-the-united-states, No Cracks, Very little checking if at all

Grain Pattern

Tight vertical grain

Base Layer

9 Ply Baltic Birch Plywood

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