Reclamied Pitch Pine

All Re-machined, Tongue and Grooved, ready for fitting and sealing.

Reclaimed Oak

French & American, In various widths, all our Oak Flooring is sold unfinished.

Reclamied Parquet

All professionally reclaimed, Cleaned, ready for fitting, sanding and sealing.

1930's Strip Flooring

We can source Oak, maple, mahogany and Teak Reclaimed strip flooring. .

Salvaged or Reclaimed flooring is a green choice with no negative environmental impact. Aged boards are full of character & often the same price or less than new wood.

 

Victorian Pine, Oregon Pine & Douglas Fir

Popular floorboards that come in nice wide planks, extensively used from 1850-1930. They vary in colour from the honey coloured pine to a more red coloured grain of the Douglas fir. Boards come in widths of 4” – 10” 

Victorian Pitch Pine

The “King of Timbers” now the King of Reclaimed Flooring! Imported from the States in the 1800s, This timber is extremely hard wearing. It makes for a durable attractive floor. Planks are from 4” – 10” wide.

American & French Oak

We stock both reclaimed Oak flooring & New oak imported from sustainable sources. Our timbers start at 6ft and go to 12ft long so you get nice long, wide planks. Impressive in both period and contemporary properties. We machine these floors to order and they come in widths of 4” to 10”

American Barn Oak

Salvaged directly from Amish barns in the States. It makes a fantastic, rustic floor. Boards come in a mixed widths of between 5” & 15”. It's a lovely nut brown colour and has all the blemishes & patina of its 100 years or more of service

Parquet

Popular timbers are mahogany, beech, pitch pine & teak. Originally these were stuck with bitumen which we clean and remachine leaving the blocks ready for reuse. These reclaimed floors are perfect for underfloor heating as most of Europe will only use parquet with underfloor heating systems.

Thermo Oak

For underfloor heating a wide plank floor is ideal. Our thermo oak is perfect. 
6-8” wide French oak kiln dried for 4 weeks, which makes the boards very hard and stable. The result after the kiln is a very dark nut brown floor that looks fabulous.

Reclaimed Flooring