Ash Hardwood Flooring

With a white-gold hue and light-reflecting properties, Ash hardwood flooring will make a statement in your home or office. It’s also one of the hardest types of flooring out there, meaning the natural beauty of the ash hardwood floor will hold up in high-traffic areas. Ash has the lightness of maple, but with the distinct grain patterns that are more common in red oak — making it a great combination of the two. 

Now is the perfect time to secure an ash hardwood floor because ash trees are under threat from a pest that kills standing trees. As a result, many trees across North America are being harvested now before the pest strikes. Ash floors will be much more difficult to find in the coming years.

Each solid ash plank is ¾ inches thick, 5 inches wide, and between 2 and 4 feet long. The wood is sourced using the highest quality lumber from Pennsylvania and New York.

Ash Clear

Natural ash with a clear, satin polyurethane finish combines the bright feel of maple with oak’s grain pattern.

Ash Grey

A subtle change to ash’s natural look provides a higher color dimension and adds a pop of uniqueness to high-traffic areas.

Ash Light Brown

A light brown stain brings a sporty, fresh look to ash’s natural beauty.

Ash Dark Brown

Our signature dark brown stain adds warmth to ash’s grain pattern.

Ash Espresso

Transform ash’s natural light color with a dark stain that gives you a modern look of walnut or hickory while maintaining durability.

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The Steller Guarantee

Steller Floors is committed to both high-quality wood and high-quality craftsmanship. In practice, this means:

  • Our lumber is sourced from trees throughout Pennsylvania and neighboring states
  • Each board receives personal attention from our team before it goes out the door
  • We take pride in being part of our community and the local economy in central Pennsylvania
  • We take our work very seriously, but try not to take ourselves too seriously