Since 1897 the Maple Flooring Manufacturers Association (MFMA) has been recognized as the authoritative source of technical and general information on maple flooring.


MFMA has attracted a membership of manufacturing mills, installation contractors, distributors, and allied product manufacturers who subscribe to the highest standard of quality for which the association stands.

The quality of this exquisite hardwood begins in the northern forests above the 35th parallel where shorter growing seasons and longer winters produce a densely grained maple with rich, consistent color and fewer imperfections. MFMA maple comes with peace of mind and quality assurance. An MFMA mill number is displayed on the back of every strip of MFMA maple. It is our guarantee that strictly enforced MFMA grading rules and quality standards have been painstakingly followed in the production of each strip of flooring. This ensures the wood has been kiln dried to between 6% to 9% moisture content making each strip more dimensionally stable and that the finished maple strip has been milled to consistently exact tolerances as mandated by the MFMA. Each MFMA mill is subject to periodic, unannounced third-party inspections to ensure strict adherence to MFMA rules governing continuity of specie, millage and grading of MFMA maple flooring. The Milling Company Manufacturer members of the MFMA have dedicated their production of solid strip maple flooring to the highest levels of quality.

Year after year, installation after installation, MFMA grading rules have ensured consistent quality. Due to their prominent position in the athletic flooring market, the MFMA mills collectively continue to lead by establishing performance standards for sports floors. In the unlikely event that an on-site inspection of an MFMA floor is required, inspection and evaluation by qualified MFMA staff is available.

If you have any additional questions, please contact MFMA’s Technical Director at 888/480-9138.


Revised 09/22

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