3/4" x 5" #3 Common Hickory Flooring - $1.49 Per Square Foot




LengthRandom Lengths

Edge ProfileSquare Edges & Ends

Install MethodNail Down or Staple Down

Milling ProfileTongue & Groove


Grade#3 Common

Wood SpecieHickory

Construction TypeSolid Hardwood Flooring

Country Of OriginMade in USA

Production TimeUsually In Stock - Call to Check

This tongue & groove solid hickory flooring is made in the USA! #3 Common Hickory Flooring is also known as "utility" grade, which is intended for very budget conscious projects. It is random length flooring, but you shouldn't expect many boards that are longer than 3 or 4 feet long. This grade will require more cutting and filling of knotholes during installation compared to the higher grades that we offer. You should be prepared for the following issues:

Some of what to expect in #3 Common Hickory Flooring

  • Splits & Cracks
  • Broken and/or missing tongues & grooves
  • Knot holes through the board that will need to be filled or cut out
  • Unfinished ends that will need to be cut straight before installation
  • Expect a waste factor of about 25%
  • other naturally occurring defects and/or manufacturing imperfections

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Item number:53COMHICK

Minimum Order: 10 bundle(s)

Square Feet Per bundle(s): 20

Regular Price: $2.09 / Square Foot
Sale Price: $2.09 / Square Foot

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Sale Ends: 02 May 2017

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