Reclaimed Wood Flooring

Rustic or Refined
Craftsman Created in North Carolina since 1984

The most beautiful reclaimed floors you’ll find.
Our craftsmen take the extra time &  necessary steps to achieve the best results reclaimed wood has to offer.

Our attention to details guarantees that each board we touch achieves it’s most outstanding effect.
No shortcuts.  No excuses.  Just beautiful floors.
Remarkably reclaimed.

(2) Surface Styles – Character or Classic           Solid or Engineered

(3) Wood Species Groups

Best 3 Reasons to Install Reclaimed Flooring

We’ve mastered the art of restoring antique lumber from old buildings and transforming it into remarkably reclaimed wood flooring. It requires lots of time, but we think it’s worth it!

Environmentally Friendly

Our reclaimed wood floors are created from salvaged wood, so no living trees have been cut to produce them.  Most of the material has come to us from old barns or buildings that outlived their original usefulness.  Though it’s recovery represents it’s second use and purposefulness, that does come with a higher price for the time required for it’s restoration. But giving new life to these old materials is  a worthwhile endeavor.  Otherwise it would be a vanishing natural resource that can not be otherwise be replaced.  With that in mind,  the Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED)s stewardship council, awards points to projects that include reclaimed wood.


Much of the reclaimed wood we use for our flooring is antique.  We define as antique, wood that was harvested prior to 1910 during our nation’s Industrial Revolution.  That was primarily large, old growth trees from virgin growth forests.  Old growth wood maintains it’s rich color even today, intricate grain patterns and characteristics that are simply not found in newer wood from second growth or more recent vintage trees.   The wood we use for our reclaimed wood flooring is inherently more beautiful and more remarkable than wood of newer origin and creates floors that are each unique and one-of-a-kind.

 Value that keeps increasing

If you’ve bought or sold a home recently you know the value placed on hardwood floors.  Such is more so the case when it comes to reclaimed floors.  And as appreciation for them increases, so does their value.  And as antique and reclaimed wood becomes more dear through coming years, so will the investment value for flooring that’s reclaimed.

Designing with Reclaimed Wood Flooring

When sourcing unique quality reclaimed wood flooring , you’ll find that we are one of the most knowledgeable, reliable and experienced reclaimed flooring sources you will meet.

Since 1984 we’ve perfected the art of transforming antique wood into unique and distinctive floors .

We can advise you on best use for your installation. Working with builders, designers, architects and homeowners, we’ve supplied custom, one-of-a-kind fine floors throughout the Carolina’s and beyond.

Our experienced and expert craftsmen have mastered both standard and sophisticated techniques and understand the subtle differences – the benefits and limitations –  that get consideration when designing with reclaimed wood.

Why Professionals Love Our Reclaimed Wood Flooring

We understand what it takes to produce custom, high quality antique reclaimed flooring and offer a variety of species, grades and grains. There’s no one-size fits-all here, but creating custom widths and lengths is “standard” for us.

Available in Solid or Engineered Construction

Efficient use of reclaimed wood demands highest use from each board.

Our custom selected, handcrafted floors are available in 2 distinctive Styles: refined Classic smooth-face and rustic Character  face surface textured. Floor construction is available either solid or engineered.

  • Standard floor boards thickness is  ¾” , whether solid or engineered;
  • Widths are random 2-6″ widths, single widths or wide plank finished widths up to 8″
  • Standard board lengths are 2’ to 8’0”, or longer by request.
  • All floorboards are guaranteed to be usable footage to minimize waste.