Whether restoring an older house
or adding a hardwood floor to a new home, reclaimed oak flooring
lends a wonderful look to a room. With exposed nail holes, saw marks,
and wide planks, every piece of reclaimed oak flooring is unique and
adds style and character to your home.
Much of our antique oak material
has been reclaimed from old barns and
buildings that were constructed hundreds of years ago. The Woodshop of
Texas mills these timbers into Reclaimed Oak Flooring which is rich in
color and character. The mineral streaking in the oak along with the
worm tracks and the mortise and peg holes provide a distinctly different
look that only this Reclaimed Oak flooring can offer.
flooring ages beautifully
and gives a feeling of warmth and elegance to
any room. Oak
hardwood flooring can make any
room feel airy and more spacious, and its richness and character
especially complement other exposed timberwork.
When considering purchasing reclaimed oak
hardwood flooring, it is essential to weigh the pros and the cons.
Antique hardwood flooring can be expensive, but is it worth it? In
short, the answer to this question is an unequivocal yes. On average,
households replace carpets after ten years and vinyl and tiles after
twenty years. Reclaimed oak flooring, if properly maintained, will last
a lifetime or more.