Ash Flooring has a wonderful light natural colour, which varies from an almost pure white to a light grey. Because of these colour variations, Ash floorings are graded accordingly.
Ash is a British wood that often reaches heights between seventy and ninety feet, with a girth as much as twenty feet. Ash grows best in moist situations, which makes it particularly suited to the British climate.
The wood of the Ash tree is a greyish-white throughout, with both the sap-wood and more central portions being used for flooring.
Ash flooring has always been popular in England and will greatly enhance any environment with its light and subtle colour variations.
In addition to its natural beauty, ash flooring is extremely hardwearing and durable, which ensures its suitability for most environments.