Reclaimed wood flooring is a highly individualised and beautiful flooring solution that works with both traditional and contemporary designs. We provide a range of reclaimed wood flooring solutions, including some rare pieces that are 300 years old, that can enhance your property and give it some traditional charm.
If you are looking to add some history and rustic charm to a single room with reclaimed flooring, or if you need wooden flooring for your entire home, our range of reclaimed wood flooring options will help you bring history and charm to your home.
Our reclaimed wood is steeped in history and has been salvaged from oak floorboards, beams and posts of hundreds of years of agricultural buildings from the forgotten rural enclaves of Eastern Europe.
We take the reclaimed Oak timber and saw it into thick rough-hewn top layers, some of which shows the wear of 300 years of use whilst others are internal slices with deeply stained markings that only come with the grain of aged timber.
Our range of reclaimed wood flooring is genuine reclaimed oak that is backed onto FSC 100% certified birch ply that comes with precision tongue and grooved joints to allow installation in any environment. This provides excellent stability thanks to the mixture of modern engineered hardwood ply and centuries oil seasoned timber.
There are many reasons to choose reclaimed wood flooring for your room or home, including:
One of the main appeals of reclaimed wood flooring is how beautiful it looks and the story that it tells. Reclaimed wood flooring has a unique charm that comes from its rustic and weathered glory. The natural and traditional look is much more pleasant than the modern manufactured appearance of newer flooring solutions. Flooring made from reclaimed wood fits in perfectly with an older building, but can also bring a sense of character to a newer room as well.
Another attraction of reclaimed wood flooring is the high quality of older wood compared to newly manufactured wood flooring. This is due to timber being historically sawn from trees that had existed for much longer, and therefore had an increased density and durability which comes across in the timber. It is possible to maintain reclaimed wood indefinitely if it is cared for correctly.
The third benefit of making use of reclaimed wood flooring is the environmental benefits. Consuming sustainable and reusable materials is of vital importance and the use of reclaimed wood helps to preserve trees and forests and prevents deforestation. It has been estimated that 6 million tonnes of wood goes to waste each year and ends up in landfills. By using reclaimed wood, you are helping to address this issue.