Reclaimed Wide Plank flooring is one of the most unique design choices available today. With the natural characteristics such as nail holes, insect markings, weather checking, knot structure and tannins, there is no way to recreate the nature-made attributes. Our Reclaimed Wide Plank flooring is 100% sourced from reclaimed structures and can be FSC® Certified upon request. We strongly believe in producing random width flooring because it offers the most natural look, as well as less waste and a better pricing structure for our customers. However we can do fixed width requests if needed. We offer many different species of reclaimed woods. If you do not see the one you are looking for, please use the Contact Us link. We come across many other reclaimed species that are not in our standard offering and are more than happy to accommodate special requests.
The many attributes to Reclaimed Long Leaf Pine have stood the test of time and make it one of the most popular reclaimed floors. The warm richness of color and durability of its heart wood is undeniably the most recognizable of these traits. The varying grades can give you an elegant to a rustic country floor. We have pre-finished many Reclaimed Heart Pine plank floors and the warmth of this heart wood always prevails in the rich patina achieved by multiple coats of tung oil.
The Long Leaf Heart Pine trees grew in extremely dense forests. This slow growth forest resulted in many timbers yielding clear lumber, essentially knot free. The Bingham saw mill graders hand select the clear boards off the saw mill to be precisely milled into the select grade heart pine flooring. The select grade consists of mostly clear boards and just an occasional plank with a pin knot. Within the select grade the color variation is minimal creating an overall uniform formal appearance.
Where our Product Comes From
Antique Heart Pine was the fiber of choice throughout the Industrial Revolution in mill buildings and factories. The sheer size of the buildings and the structural timbers is just amazing. These mill buildings and factories are surprisingly uniform and consistent in how they were constructed. The buildings consist of columns, structural timbers and thick decking located on each factory floor and within the roof system. Each of these components provides us with different types of wood fiber creating several grades of flooring.
* Please note due to the reclamation process and the natural differences in reclaimed wood, our displays and samples are close representations of a finished product. Each floor is unique and may contain more or less characteristics than represented. Wood is a natural product and because of this, we recommend ordering samples of our products before making your flooring choice. We will send multiple pieces of each product to give a full representation of the grade and specie. Together, these pieces represent the grade, specie or product specified. Please do not reference an individual sample, piece of the sample or image as an accurate representation of the entire grade, specie or product. Please consult your sales representative with any questions or to request more samples.