Reclaimed Wood Flooring Options In Bergen County, NJ
American Reclaimed offers a large variety of beautiful hand picked, hand processed wide plank reclaimed flooring for use in residential and commercial spaces. Durable and long lasting, our range of reclaimed wood flooring options resist wear and tear from footsteps, furniture and pets.
And because we produce our wood flooring by hand, it means we can create some of the best finishes in the business. Below is a brief description of some of the materials we offer for our wide plank flooring:
Full of rustic patina, we offer wide planks of hemlock once used as siding for early American barns. A visual marvel, the 200-year-old barnwood is ripped from the structure, and painstakingly crafted into a floor for your home or place of business, complete with square-cut nails indicative of their time.
We assemble a beautiful variety of widths up to 15″, kiln dried and ready to be installed by our experienced team of installers. We offer Hemlock, Oak, Cherry, and Maple flooring each with their own specific visual and physical characteristics. Pine is one of the best materials for hardwood flooring and one of our best sellers for almost any type of home. It drinks in the sun during the day for a lighter, warmer hue that looks amazing. It is available from us in several different colors, tones, and grades, and can be customized to a width of 4 to 16 inches.
Maple is a favorite for floors because of its resilience and strength. Authentic Antique Lumber offers maple in a range of colors, such as white and blonde, and many of our pieces fit the rustic aesthetic with nail holes, mineral stains, and more. Our maple is available in 3 to 12- inch widths.
Oak – whether red or white – is sought after for its waterproof qualities, natural surface checking, and inherent character. It is a top choice of homeowners and builders, and available from us in 3 to 18-inch widths.
Chestnut is a rare, rustic wood containing a pleasing visual depth and rich color. Often nail holes, wormwood, and knots may exist within the wood itself, and finding chestnut that is not reclaimed or recycled, is extremely uncommon. Our chestnut is available in 4 to 12-inch widths.