Reclaimed Flooring

We offer a wide selection of wood flooring species of reclaimed flooring which have been reclaimed from old structures throughout the continental US and parts of Europe.

Reclaimed Oak Flooring

A mixture of domestic Red and White Oak is used to create a truly beautiful antique floor.  Most boards have nail holes and stress cracks which add to the antiqueness of the product. 

Reclaimed European Oak Flooring

Featuring a mixture of red and white European Oak these antique flooring boards bring a touch of Europe to your home.

Reclaimed Chestnut Flooring

The American Chestnut tree (also known as Wormy Chestnut) was almost wiped out around 1900 when what is known as the chestnut blight destroyed most of the American Chestnut trees.

Reclaimed Douglas Fir Flooring

The mixture of grain patterns and red tones in the wood add a rustic look to your home.  Reclaimed Douglas Fir is sometimes used in contemporary homes but is usually used in traditional homes and commercial businesses.

Reclaimed Hickory Flooring

Hickory is usually very pale and features dark reddish-brown swirls and stripes throughout the wood making it a very exotic flooring.

Reclaimed Walnut Flooring

Walnut heartwood is usually dark brown, sometimes with a hint of purple.  The sapwood has a lighter tan coloring.

Reclaimed Maple Flooring

Reclaimed Maple is blonde or pale red in color with subtle distinctive grain patterns.  The Antique Maple will have varying degrees of defects and blemishes which add to its authenticity

Reclaimed Redwood Flooring

Reclaimed Redwood flooring has a beautiful red color with very few color variations.  Redwood provides an exotic yet conservative look to any floor.  Texture of the redwood ranges from.

Reclaimed Cedar Flooring

Reclaimed Cedar has white sapwood with the heartwood color of red to reddish-brown.  Cedar retains its quality well and the reclaimed cedar has that extra maturity that will enrich the patina of your floor.

Reclaimed Teak Flooring

Reclaimed Teak is a golden brown color with a straight grain and coarse texture.  Its durability and water resistance make it a good wood for outdoors or indoors.

Reclaimed Heart Pine Flooring

Reclaimed Heart Pine Sapwood is a cream color with pinkish-tan, growth rings are dark and dense. The wood originally came from the southern yellow pine trunk. With a straight grain texture that is sometimes wavy on occasions. Reclaimed Heart Pine has very tight growth rings.