Hickory Flooring Gallery
The heaviest of American hardwoods, it holds nails and screws well. The wood can be sanded to a good finish. The grain pattern welcomes a full range of medium-to-dark finishes and bleaching treatments. Its name is an English contraction of the Native American "powcohicora."
In Eastern North America, it survived the catastrophic changes of the Glacial Epoch, some 50 million years ago. Thus, it is the first strictly American hardwood species. Westward trekking pioneers made hickory a prerequisite for their wagon wheels.
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BC Old Hickory, TN customer Country Hickory
JC Homeowner Atlanta, GA New England Hickory
TZ, Hendersonville, TN Williamsburg Hickory
TB, Contractor, Nantucket, MA New England Hickory
“..a litany of superlatives could only describe the character...short of boring you with well deserved praise I think that the word “outstanding!" probably says it best....you guys are too much!..”
Jane & Alan R - Stamford, CT - New England Hickory