The American black walnut wood timber flooring is beautiful in appearance and hard underfoot. The eye-catching visual effect attracts the attention of anyone in the room. As a result, flooring will naturally become the room’s focal point. Will make your house design home. The steady prime grain of the walnut veneer, smooth satin lacquer, and square-edged boards all come together to make a seamless and rich flooring: natural brown-black, rough texture, and precious wood species. For anyone who likes it, it is always a high-quality choice.
Our Prime American Black Walnut wood flooring is a stunner. The timber has a deep purple-brown heartwood which contrasts beautifully with the creamy-colored sap band. Supplied in random widths, which enhance the contemporary appearance of the floor.
The black walnut in eastern American is a deciduous tree of the Juglans family native to North American. It grows mainly in river banks, from southern Ontario, west to southeastern South Dakota, south to Georgia, north, and southwest of Florida to central Texas. The wild trees in the upper Ottawa Valley may be an isolated native population or extracted from planted trees. Black walnut is a commercially important tree because the wood is dark brown and easy to process.
Black walnut is highly praised for its dark color, straight lines, and true heartwood. It is sturdy and shock-resistant but can be easily disassembled and used. Together with cedar, chestnut, and black locust walnut, it is one of the most durable hardwoods in the world. In addition, the wood can be kiln dried and seasoned to maintain a good shape, which makes this wood more attractive for wood processing.