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Your New Antique Flooring Choices

American Walnut

Solid american walnut wood was originally used for homemade furniture but rarely appreciated until the beginning of the 1830's during popularity of te Empire, Victorian and Revival styles. Unfortunately by this time, black walnut wood was already becoming scarce. Black Walnut is unsurpassed, since no other wood has less jar and recoil, it doesn't warp, shrink or splinter. Walnut is light in proportion to it's strength.

$5.35 sqft See Sample

Antique Hemlock

Eastern hemlock is a slow-growing, long-lived tree which grows well in shade. It may take 250 to 300 years to reach maturity and may well live more than 800 years. It is a tight-grained wood with few small knots, resembling fir but a bit lighter brown. It's often criticized for being too soft for floors, but can e quite impressive with the right finishing. Much of this inventory gives the "rift" or "quartered" appearance.

$6.25 sqft See Sample

Antique Fir

Douglas Fir comprises much of the old growth forests in the western United States. Fir, less specific to Douglas Fir, was used in old industrial facilities. Similar to heartpine, it is a shade pinker and it has less grain variation.

$6.25 sqft See Sample

Antique Pine

Antique Southern Longleaf Heartpine, the most seasoned woodworkers would call this Heartpine because f its resistance to termites, it greatness in size, strength and stability. Heartpine was the most dominant wood in early America. Proving it's resilience, these massive timbers are recycled and reused in contruction today. These timbers are the only source for high-end restorations across early American cities.

$10.50 sqft See Sample

Antique Spruce

Antique Spruce is most commonly know for its use as a Christmas Tree. Spruce is yellowish white, relatively lightweight but strong. Long fibers produce an even color between the sapwood and heartwood. It is stable after drying, remains tough and moderately hard. Since the tree has many limbs, when sanded and finished as a floor, it reveals and interesting variation of many small knots that become translucent.

$6.25 sqft See Sample

Bamboo Strand

Bamboo strand is one of the hardest found in the bamboo family. Bambo, by many is considered eco-friendly because it's forest regrowth occurs in less than 4-6 years.

$6.25 sqft See Sample

Cherry

The heartwood of cherry tree is the most popular area used as it has a reddish collor that cherry is associated with. The sapwood ranges from a whitish color to a light reddish brown. Cherry has a relatively fine grain and often a striking wavy appearance that makes it highly sought after.

$5.35 sqft See Sample

Curly Worm Maple

A very unique look, this maple flooring will give your room great character. The worm holes give the wood a very distinctive light to dark color variation.

$3.75 sqft See Sample

Maple

Maple has a soft and consistent tone with a very clean wood grain. As popular in the marketplace as oak, maple can provide a very sophisticated look to almost any room.

$3.00 sqft See Sample

Northern Hard Maple

Maple has been a favorite among American furniture makers since the early colonial days. It was used during the 19th and 20th century as industrial flooring. When custom milled, this wood will contain "bird's eye maple" a whitish cream hue. Maple is cetainly lighter than all the rest of our native species.

$4.75 sqft See Sample

Reclaimed Oak Fence Board

This Oak fence board was reclaimed from cattle farms in western Virginia. Perfect for that rustic look.

$4.15 sqft See Sample

Quartersawn Cherry

The cherry tree can be harvested after 35 to 40 years of growth. These trees however don't reach full growth until after 100 years. Cherry trees aren't known just for their wood, but also their spring blossoms. Quartersawn Cherry is not typical for furniture or cabinet makers. Due to it's color and grain structure, it is one of the most beautiful North American hardwoods.

7.75 sqft See Sample

Quartersawn Red Oak

The red oak is one of the largest and most important timber trees. Quartersawn Red Oak has a grain that matched by no other. The effect is similar to scales on a fish, random, translucent, and very formal. Most sawmills keep stock for special projects where quality and character is more important than price.

$5.85 sqft See Sample

Quartersawn Heartpine

By volume, Shortleaf Yellow Heartpine is one of the most abundant species in the United States. Quartersawn is the cut of choice because it gives us a vertical grain and an inexpensive colonial look.

$12.75 sqft See Sample

Red Oak

Red oak is the fastest growing species of the oak family. Red Oak is often used for floors because of it is highly abundant and very hard. It stains very evenly because of its oversized pores and will sand very well. Red Oak is typically cut into strips and makes for a beautiful floor once finished.

3.00 sqft See Sample

Rustic Hickory

Hickory is extremely tough, yet flexible. It is most used for tool handles, wheel spokes, drumsticks, golf club shafts, walking canes, etc. Hickory has a tendency to twist and cup, so it is used less for flooring. However, like oak, it stains well and is also extremely hard. When using the proper methods for installation, its a floor that will last.

$3.25 sqft See Sample

Strip Oak

Strip oak is the most popular American classic. Oak can be finished to your choice of color or finished to it's natural beauty.

$1.75 sqft See Sample

White Oak

White Oak is straight-grained, light-colored and a popular choice for a classy look. White Oak is a very hard wood with extremely durable.

3.00 sqft See Sample

Wormy Red Oak

Wormy Red Oak hardwood flooring gives you a somewhat rustic look and a similar resemblance to wormy chestnut but a a significant cheaper cost. The Wormy Red Oak planks are light to medium red in color and have many worm holes, varying grain patters and a few knots.

$3.50 sqft See Sample

Wormy White Oak

Wormy White Oak hardwood flooring gives you a somewhat rustic look The Wormy White Oak planks are light to medium in color with many worm holes, mineral streaks and a few knots.


$3.50 sqft See Sample