Williamsburg Butcher Block Co. 3/4" x 4" x 8' LFT Builder Maple Backsplash
Form meets function in kitchens that have butcher block countertops by Williamsburg Butcher Block Company. The close grain provides a smooth surface, easily cleaned and cared for.
Builders Grade contains more color variation and in some cases mineral streaking (visual grades only) and are structurally solid and free of voids or knots.
Maple's exceptionally beauty, fine texture, tough surface and durability make it a perfect choice for your new kitchen's countertop.
This wood's heartwood has creamy white color tones to light reddish brown, and sapwood is a pale creamy white.
DID YOU KNOW? Maple has been the flooring choice for high traffic spaces such as bowling alleys, and basketball courts. Imagine how well it can perform as your next backsplash!
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Q:Can this be stained to a darker color?
A:Yes. For details on types of finishes see the Butcher Block information here - www.lumberliquidators.com/ll/flooring/Flooring101 by typing butcher block in the search window of Flooring 101
Q:what is the difference between the builder maple butcherblock 4" backsplash at $19.99 and the regular 4" maple butcherblock backsplash at $59.99?
A:This product question would be better answered by our Sales Department, they are more familiar with all of our flooring products and can better assist you with your questions.
Q:My contractor did a horrible job installing a laminate countertop to my peninsula. I plan on replacing it and like the idea of it being butcher block. Would this work? Would it require a varnish or stain of some kind?
A:Please call our Tech and Installation Dept. @ (800) 366-4204 for a detailed answer to your question. Thank you for your inquiry.
Q:What is the hardest wood between the American walnut and the Maple? Or oak?
A:American Walnut is 22% softer than Red Oak