Staybull Flooring® is custom made recycled hardwood flooring for anyone who wants a beautiful, reliable, long-lasting, low-maintenance, and VOC-free green floor.
What Makes Staybull Flooring® Remarkable?
Staybull® creates eco-friendly and designer flooring that complements today's modern interior design. Additionally, with average widths of 5" and average lengths of 4'–5', each custom made plank is 1'–2' longer and approx. 2" wider than traditional solid flooring. You also get the benefit of owning a recycled hardwood floor that doesn't bend, or cup when installed over an aged concrete slab.
Cherry heartwood varies from rich red to reddish-brown. The sapwood is white. It has a fine, straight grain with narrow brown pith flecks and small gum pockets. It has a smooth texture. Weight is about 36lbs per cu. ft.
Ash heartwood is a light tan to a grayish-brown color, sometimes with a red tinge. It is generally straight grained and coarse, but with a smooth texture. Weight ranges from about 35lbs to 41lbs per cu. ft.
Birch has light yellow sapwood and reddish brown heartwood. Once stained, the color differences are less pronounced. It has straight, close grain and a fine, even texture. Weight is about 44lbs per cu. ft.
The heartwood is a uniformly light reddish brown. The sapwood features a white color with a reddish tinge. The grain is straight but occasionally curly or wavy. Bird's-eye figures are what distinguish this maple from others. The wood is very fine and even textured.
Maple is creamy white with a reddish tinge and usually has a straight grain, sometimes curly or wavy. Fine brown growth rings give an attractive figure on plain sawn surfaces. Texture is fine and even. Weight averages about 45lbs per cu. ft.
Red Oak heartwood is similar to other oaks and coloration runs from a light tan to pink with a reddish tinge. The wood is predominantly straight grained and coarse textured. Weight is about 48lbs per cu. ft.
Red Oak heartwood is similar to other oaks and coloration runs from a light tan to pink with a reddish tinge. The wood is predominantly straight grained and coarse textured. Wei aght is about 48lbs per cu. ft.
White oak varies in color from light tan to pale yellow-brown with a pinkish tinge. It is similar to European oak. Straight grained with characteristic silver grain in quarter sawn wood. Medium to coarse texture. White Oak is somewhat more figured than Red Oak due to longer rays. Weight averages 45-47lbs cu. ft.
White Oak varies in color from light tan to pale yellow-brown with a pinkish tinge. It is similar to European oak. Straight grained with characteristic silver grain in quarter sawn wood. Medium to coarse texture. White Oak is somewhat more figured than Red Oak due to longer rays. Weight averages 45-47lbs cu. ft.
African mahogany it is pinkish/purple in color. This lumber also is a hardwood that holds up well and becomes a deeper and darker shade as years pass. Grain is straight to interlocked, producing a stripe figure.
African Padauk heartwood is vivid blood red, toning down to a dark purple-brown with red streaks upon exposure. Grain is straight to interlocked. Texture is similar to African mahogany, being slightly open grained. Weight varies from about 40lbs to 50lbs per cu. ft.
The sapwood of Andiroba wood floors are pink when newly cut. It often turns to a pale grayish-brown very quickly after exposure to light. Heartwood of andiroba wood flooring is reddish brown, then dulls slightly in shade with age. This wood floor species has a straight, often interlocked grain and is medium to coarse in texture.
Heartwood varies from pale yellowish-brown to pale olive-brown streaked with olive green, dark gray, or pinkish-brown, and when mineral stained, streaks of steel blue. Grain is usually straight, regular, fine texture. Weight is about 31 lb per cu. ft.
Makore heartwood varies from pinkish-red to blood red and red-brown. Grain is usually straight, but many logs have a decorative moire pattern, or mottled, or even dark streaks. It's texture is uniform and fine. The wood is lustrous.
Santos Mahogany features an exquisite grain pattern. Its deep red to reddish brown tones holds up well in sunlight and other environmental factors. 70% harder than oak which makes this wood the most sought after variety of mahogany.
The clearly defined heartwood is dark brown, with very close, fine, almost black veins. The closely spaced whitish bands of parenchyma give the wood a most attractive appearance. It is fairly straight grained with a coarse texture. Weight is 55 lbs per cu. ft.