4/4, 5/4, 8/4
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Hickory lumber is native to the Eastern United States and commonly known as Shagbark Hickory. Hickory trees grow to heights of 65 feet to 100 feet with trunks growing to 1 foot to 2 feet in diameter. With a Janka Hardness ranking of 1,880 lbf, Hickory wood strength is comparable to that of White Oak wood or Hard Maple wood, with great strength and shock resistance. Hickory wood lumber heartwood features light to medium brown with red undertones while the sapwood is pale, yellowish-brown. Hickory wood grain is generally straight with occasional waves and a medium texture.
Hickory boards with a rustic hickory appearance, created with heartwood and sapwood on the same board are often sold as Calico Hickory.
NHLA 5" and wider by 7' and longer
7-8' packaged together
|4/4, 5/4, 8/4||NHLA standard|
|1, 2, 3 COM||NHLA 3" and wider by 6' and longer||4/4, 5/4, 8/4||NHLA standard|
|RUSTIC||4.0" and wider by 6'-12'||4/4 Only||Unlimited sound defects. Minimal Splits and/or wane.|
|Pallet||NHLA 3" and wider by 6' and longer||4/4, 5/4, 8/4||Sound 3B|
Northern Shagbark Hickory is found in the northern Appalachians of the United States. It is distinct from Southern Shagbark Hickory (or “Carolina Shagbark Hickory”) which is a separate species or variety. Its light sapwood and brown heartwood make for distinctive contrasts. Our Shagbark Hickory hardwood comes from the northern Appalachian region in the proximity of our New York and Pennsylvania manufacturing facilities. Hickory is hard, dense, and heavy. The tough resilient properties of Northern Shagbark Hickory lumber make it desirable for products subject to impact and stress. It is used for cabinets, tool handles, axles and shafts, bows, skis, paddles, furniture, and flooring.
If you’re a distributor or a manufacturer looking for container load or truckload quantities of our lumber grades, please contact us today. Mixed species, thickness, and grade inquiries are welcome.