This 14×24 end grain butcher block is a great size for all your kitchen tasks. It will suit home chefs and professional restaurants alike. Each of our various cutting boards and butcher blocks are guaranteed to last for years with their 2” thickness and long lifespan as well.
Maple wood’s neutral tone and straight grain pattern makes it a wonderful solution for countless wood projects including hardwood flooring, car interiors, guitar bodies, drum sets, gun stocks, art, cabinetry, furniture, construction, and other wooden handmade items such as bowls and butcher blocks. It can even be used in place of countless less sustainable materials with a bit of paint or stain alone.
Maple wood has a Janka hardness scale rating of 1,450, making it one of the hardest domestic woods on the market. This means it can withstand potential fall or water damage as well as daily use without bending, warping, cracking, or chipping. This is exactly why maple wood is a perfect choice for your butcher block as well as your chef’s knives.Its grain pattern also keeps your knife stable as it cuts with the direction of the wood fibers which keeps it lasting longer as well. This means that our blocks don’t just last long but help your kitchen tools to last longer likewise.
Similarly, maple wood is also ideal for cutting boards and butcher blocks because it is self healing which ensures the longevity and safety of your cutting device. With lesser quality boards found in store or online, knife scores found on their surface after time trap food particles and contaminate your food. This can lead to food poisoning and foodborne illness. Fortunately, with maple wood, this is no longer an issue as maple wood self heals and eliminates these knife grooves. This is why maple wood continues to be one of the best solutions for both professional chefs and home cooks alike.
Lastly, maple wood is also sustainable and cost-effective because it grows quickly and efficiently. This makes it not only affordable but good for the environment as well.
All dimensions are approximate sizes. It is best to work with the natural characteristics of the wood first and the dimensions second.