This fine product is made of urban trees reclaimed from Minneapolis / St. Paul neighborhoods.
Natural edge slab measures approximately 1.75″ thick, 118″ in length with an average width of 25″.
This slab has been milled flat to the finished thickness listed above.
For online purchases, slabs are available for pickup; we’ll call you within 2 business days from purchase to schedule an appointment. Alternatively you can contact us to schedule an appointment to view slabs and/or discuss your specific urban lumber needs. No walk-ins please.
*Measurements have been presented as an average in both length and width.
**Live edge slabs are sold either flattened or rough sawn. They are not sanded or finished. They are milled from urban logs so they have unique character to each slab which can include knots, checking, and or voids depending on the condition of the log milled; please look closely at all pictures and ask questions before purchasing.
***Once purchased, a 20% restocking fee applies to all slab returns. Slab Return Policy
Characteristics of Sugar Maple
Nearly white to off-white cream, sometimes with a reddish or golden hue, sometimes with a darker reddish brown. Grain is generally straight, but may be wavy, curly, or quilted. Birdseye Maple is a figure found most commonly in Hard Maple, though it can also be found less frequently in other species. Has a fine, even texture and very small pores.
In tree form, Hard Maple is usually referred to as Sugar Maple, and is the tree most often tapped for maple syrup. Sugar Maple’s leaves are the shape that most people associate with maple leaves; they typically have either 5 or 7 lobes, with vivid autumn coloring ranging from yellow to purplish red.