Reclaimed Wood Flooring | Best Places to Buy Reclaimed Flooring
February 22, 2023, by: Jamie Sandford
The reclaimed wood industry is quite robust as customers integrate the material into their residential and commercial projects. Reclaimed wood is appealing for many reasons including the value of re-purposing wood rather than cutting down trees.
Since most of the reclaimed wood is from old-growth forests, it’s aesthetically more appealing than the new-growth wood harvested today. The wood has a certain allure too – it has a history and, with it, a story. Talking of which, see how creative you can be with recycled hardwood flooring.
If you’re looking to buy reclaimed wood, here is the Home Flooring Pros list of the top reclaimed wood dealers in the United States. Some of them have local retail stores, but all sell online too. Links are provided for you to check out what the companies offer in terms of products and services.
Most of the sites have excellent photo galleries of the wood products and projects completed. A few have blogs worth a look where you’ll find posts of interest and/or practical help. Obviously all of these companies sell reclaimed wood flooring, but most also sell reclaimed barn wood and reclaimed lumber for other uses like construction or wall cladding.
You may also be interested our list of places to buy the best hardwood floors.
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This leading specialist in reclaimed wood sources material from the deconstruction of aged buildings in the US and abroad. E&K sells reclaimed wood flooring, barn siding and lumber and makes custom furniture too (tables, desks, benches and more). Wood species available from E&K Vintage Wood include Douglas fir, pine, walnut, oak, maple, beech, hickory, redwood and chestnut. The company has many well-known clients including Google, Nike and Marriott. You won’t find pricing on the E&K site. Contact the company to buy or sell reclaimed wood.
The artisans at Elmwood Reclaimed Lumber are wood junkies that love making aged wood look young and vibrant again. Browse the site for wide plank wood flooring in antique pine, traditional and rustic hickory, elm, walnut, white oak and more. The woods are often combined to create unique and beautiful flooring “medleys.” Wood paneling, stair materials, countertops and tabletops, ceiling beams, fireplace mantels and barn siding are among the products proudly offered by Elmwood. General pricing is given, though you’ll want to contact the company to discuss the specifics of what you want. Free samples of many woods are available. Of note are the many videos on this site that give you a closer look at reclaimed wood production.
Front Range Timber is a bricks and mortar retail store that opened in 2014 and is located near Denver, CO. It also sells online. The inventory is impressive for a fairly new supplier. Front Range offers antique reclaimed barn siding in red, grey and brown, vintage hand-hewn structural beams and butcher block flooring made from vintage boxcar and 18-wheeler flooring. The company mills the wood onsite to prepare it for your custom project. The blog on this site offers brief posts about what is new at Front Range Timber.
This California company offers less raw wood than most and more finished pieces. Heritage Salvage specializes in furnishings including tables, mantels, shelving, beds and headboards, benches, tables and cabinets. Several experienced artisans skillfully turn reclaimed wood into spectacular pieces. All the work is custom, so no prices are available on the site. Douglas fir and maple flooring is available too. Specialty services including custom milling, welding and the deconstruction of vintage buildings.
Keystone Vintage Lumber Company
Keystone offers a good blend of stock material for purchase or for use in a custom project the company artisans create at your direction. The wood is meticulously cared for in a climate-controlled warehouse. Based in Pennsylvania, the company sells beams, framing timbers and lumber which it is happy to re-saw to your exact specifications. Hardwood planks in a variety of species and widths allow you to create a floor made from vintage reclaimed wood that will enhance any home. Custom furniture makers at Keystone will work with you to turn antique wood into the masterpiece you’ve always wanted.
Flooring made from antique wood is just one of the specialties of this Maine company with an extensive and impressive resume of projects. Longleaf has flooring in heart pine, chestnut, red and white oak, Eastern white pine, hickory, maple and walnut. Additional products include boards and beams from vintage barns and buildings and paneling too. Custom milling is available. Prices are only available by contacting the company to discuss your project.
Materials from antique barns are the specialty of this Ohio company. Browse its site for mantels, crosses, barn siding, hand-hewn timber and beams and ceiling beams, all crafted from reclaimed from barns up to 200 years old. Reclaimed wood flooring is available in elm, maple, oak, hickory, beech and chestnut. Countertops, wood paneling, faux or box beams, islands and tables are also available from Ohio Valley Reclaimed Wood.
OldeWood Reclaimed Wood Flooring
Reclaimed wide plank flooring is this company’s specialty. Most of it is taken from buildings and barns more than 100 years old. The site offers live chat with a specialist, so you can quickly get your questions answered. OldeWood offers a rich assortment of hardwood and softwood species finished in a variety of ways. You can download a product brochure on the site and request free pricing. Reclaimed wood flooring starts at about $10 per square foot. It’s not all flooring; the company also sells paneling, beams and mantels. The OldeWood blog features many interesting posts about reclaimed wood projects.
Started in 2011, this company has the motto, “Reclaimed. Repurposed. Reloved.” Dismantling antique barns is its primary source of reclaimed wood. The process includes removing nails, cleaning the wood, drying it in a kiln and then milling it to make it ready for its next use. The wood is turned into antique hardwood flooring in species including chestnut, oak, heart pine, hemlock and maple. End-grain wood flooring is also available. Real Antique Wood makes custom furniture too as seen in a handsome gallery of tables, bed frames and headboards, chairs, benches, work stations and countertops.
This company has several showrooms across the southern US and sells online too. Reclaimed Designworks crafts hardwood flooring from antique oak, heart pine, white pine, Douglas fir, tobacco pine, beech, chestnut, hickory and walnut. Similar to many of these companies, this one also offers barn beams, siding, paneling and mantels. You might enjoy looking at its collection of antique wood wine and whiskey barrels and products made from them. It’s wood tile products are quite unique.
Flooring, paneling, lumber, timber and custom millwork are offered by this New York company. An appealing range of flooring is offered in hardwood and softwood material. Some of the more interesting woods include longleaf “dirty top” pine, resurfaced boardwalk, reclaimed African ironwood, Edison maple, and rough-sawn cypress tank stock. There are many more to consider on the site, and each is shown in attractive pictures. Raw, as-is wood and resurfaced wood is sold by Sawkill.
Boasting reclaimed woods from around the world, TerraMai has a huge selection of wood for residential and commercial projects. Founded in 1991 in Oregon, the company has several locations throughout the US and sells online too. Flooring, siding and paneling is available in standard North American wood species as well as exotic woods from Asia, South America and Africa. Table tops are another specialty with offerings made from a rich range of traditional and exotic woods. The ecard section of this site is loaded with colorful pictures of products from TerraMai.
The products offered by this California company include wood flooring and paneling, beams and mantels, all handcrafted from reclaimed wood species you’d expect to find, both hardwoods and softwoods. Unlike most of these sites, this one does have some flooring prices on a few items. Flooring goes for $15-$17 per square foot for materials listed. Custom milling, designing and building are offered by True American Grain. The company serves both residential and commercial clients.
This company features wood reclaimed in the US and manufactured into wood products right here too. The wood is sourced from antique buildings, shipyards, gymnasiums (bleachers and floors) and fallen timber in the forest. Viridian’s offerings are similar to most – flooring, wall paneling and tables. However, the range of woods isn’t quite as large as you’ll find from some of the larger retailers listed here. The site has a two-minute video providing an overview of Viridian products.
Buying reclaimed wood is just one way to create a rustic look, and here are some other rustic flooring ideas to consider.
About the Author:
Jamie Sandford is the Owner and Chief Editor of Home Flooring Pros (find out more). After 12 years’ experience in screen and stage set construction, followed by a further 15 years working in the home renovation/remodeling business, he now writes and curates online home improvement advice.
“Buying and installing home flooring should be a fairly straightforward process, but often it isn’t. After more than 15 years experience in home flooring and remodeling, I started Home Flooring Pros in 2013 to help homeowners navigate the often-over complicated process of choosing, buying and installing a home floor. The aim is to save you time and money by helping you to make better floor buying decisions.”