Reclaimed hardwood flooring uses materials from dilapidated buildings to create something new. It brings back that old look from centuries past in a modern setting, reawakening the feel of bygone eras in a beautiful and effective way.
How Reclaimed Hardwood Flooring Works
Reclaimed hardwood flooring means that the manufacturer has taken wood from old factories, barns, and other sources. They take these remnants from the proud days of our past and create something new.
These floors look rugged and have a unique character. We achieve this by carefully polishing and refinishing old hardwood, while allowing what makes it unique to shine through. We keep the rustic element alive, but we ensure you get a modern floor that will last for a long time and remain aesthetically pleasing to anyone.
The unique look is achieved by using the best type of old hardwood we can obtain—Dutch and American elm, American chestnut, heart pine, oak, and more.
On top of all of that, reclaimed hardwood floors are the most “green” floors you can get. No new wood is cut down to make these strikingly beautiful floors. All that is used is wood already used in the past.
If you’re interested in this unique type of flooring, contact Ralph’s Hardwood Floors, and let's see how and when we can make this happen for your home.