Heart Pine Flooring

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Heart Pine Flooring

Heart Pine (Pinus palustris) Longleaf Lumber sells reclaimed Heart Pine wood flooring expertly milled in six different grades in Boston and internationally. Heart Pine is our cornerstone product and our favorite wood to work with.  Unmatched in depth of color and tone, our antique Heart Pine is available in six grades, ranging from delicate, refined lines and quartersawn elegance to the post-industrial knot and nail-hole-ridden visual landscape of our Naily Buckshot and #3 grades.  Our grading system is calculated for accurate matching of existing floors and consistent aesthetics in new surfaces. Reclaimed Heart Pine floors improve with exposure to sunlight, becoming richer in warmth and hue.  Heart Pine is sometimes called Longleaf Pine, Southern Yellow Pine, and Yellow Pine. Once regaling North America’s southeastern savannah in expansive groves, the standing timber has long been romanticized by writers, naturalists, and woodworkers alike. Decimated at the turn of the century by irresponsible harvesting practices, the species’ strength, stability, and density made it a favorite among builders during the Industrial Revolution. Today, the lumber is reclaimed from Industrial Revolution buildings, linking homeowners, restaurateurs, and others with American antiquity, industrial ingenuity, and contemporary values of conservation and responsible, green building. Reclaimed Heart Pine Flooring Filter Show All #1 Flatsawn #2 Flatsawn #1 Quartersawn #2 Quartersawn #3 Rustic Skip-Planed Heart Pine Naily Buckshot

Heart Pine Flooring

Select Red Hills Lumber Select heart pine wood flooring is a blend of vertical and flatsawn grain with infrequent small knots. Read More Legacy Red Hills Lumber Legacy heart pine wood flooring has both vertical and flat sawn grain with various size knots. Learn More Vertical Red Hills Lumber vertical grain heart pine wood creates an even harder flooring surface than other grades of heart pine. It is quarter sawn with grain angles between 45° – 90° forming an elegant pinstripe pattern. Compare the tightness of our naturally grown vertical grained wood with others. Makes beautiful and durable stairing. Read More Old Growth Short Leaf Red Hills short leaf pine flooring, like all of our products, is sustainably milled from old growth natural forests, not planted pine tracts. Many of the trees from which it comes are over 150 years old. As with our longleaf, this results in a higher heart content and denser grain. Read More Southern Yellow Pine Red Hills Lumber Longleaf Southern Yellow Pine wood flooring has both vertical and flatsawn grain. It comes in two grades: clear and knotty. Read More Stair Parts and Interior Products Red Hills Lumber offers a full range of heart pine interior products including stair parts, custom molding, paneling, and fireplace mantles. Read More

Heart Pine Flooring

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Heart Pine (Pinus palustris) Longleaf Lumber sells reclaimed Heart Pine wood flooring expertly milled in six different grades in Boston and internationally. Heart Pine is our cornerstone product and our favorite wood to work with.  Unmatched in depth of color and tone, our antique Heart Pine is available in six grades, ranging from delicate, refined lines and quartersawn elegance to the post-industrial knot and nail-hole-ridden visual landscape of our Naily Buckshot and #3 grades.  Our grading system is calculated for accurate matching of existing floors and consistent aesthetics in new surfaces. Reclaimed Heart Pine floors improve with exposure to sunlight, becoming richer in warmth and hue.  Heart Pine is sometimes called Longleaf Pine, Southern Yellow Pine, and Yellow Pine. Once regaling North America’s southeastern savannah in expansive groves, the standing timber has long been romanticized by writers, naturalists, and woodworkers alike. Decimated at the turn of the century by irresponsible harvesting practices, the species’ strength, stability, and density made it a favorite among builders during the Industrial Revolution. Today, the lumber is reclaimed from Industrial Revolution buildings, linking homeowners, restaurateurs, and others with American antiquity, industrial ingenuity, and contemporary values of conservation and responsible, green building. Reclaimed Heart Pine Flooring

Heart Pine Flooring

Welcome of Charleston Heart Pine Company, where heart pine flooring is our specialty! For centuries, heart pine has been treasured for its warm, rich tones. Now you can bring that elegance into your home with flooring, paneling, and beams from Charleston Heart Pine Company. Although flooring and paneling are our most popular products, we offer more specialized millwork such as stair treads, hand rails, and shoe molding. Charleston Heart Pine Company purchases only the finest old growth long leaf pine available. This timber is cut and logged by our company’s crew, processed into lumber, and marketed from our mill site in Jamestown, South Carolina. Each board is trimmed by hand to insure the highest possible quality. Create a look of timeless elegance. Bring home the beauty of handcrafted heart pine from Charleston Heart Pine Company.

Heart Pine Flooring

Stonewood Products Reclaimed Flooring Reclaimed at the Source Where We Reclaim Reclaimed. Character. We Control the Process from Start to Finish. The best sources for reclaimed antique heart pine are old buildings that provide an excellent harvest from both existing floors and beams. We are able to obtain different looks depending on the area of the building we use and mill down for reclaimed flooring. Flexibility. Not only do we offer the most popular reclaimed heart pine floors as unfinished, we can provide you with pre-finished and engineered reclaimed antique pine flooring. Putting it over radiant heat? No problem. We will work with you. Old Buildings. In America. By being able to work at the beginning to the end product, we can offer many benefits and excellent prices. Furthermore, we can find you the right look you want from our many ongoing reclamation projects for reclaimed antique heart pine and reclaimed oak as well. The Look: Beams versus Floors. Our various antique heart pine floors have different styles depending on the part of the structure we reclaim from. A more character and naily reclaimed floor tends to be from the floors and outer parts of beams. Reclaimed Wood floors without nails are typically sourced from the deeper parts of those beams and flooring. Reclaimed Wood has strength not found in newly sawn lumber. The reclaimed wood from many buildings that we salvage from was a part of American forests for a long time….some for centuries. This antique wood gives us the unique ability to go back in time. We are able to repurpose this old antique heart pine from mills and factories into flooring, lumber, and other uses. Reclaimed Wood is environmentally responsible and looks amazing. When we reclaim the wood and mill it down for you, we are participating in green building. Reclaimed antique wood flooring is a beautiful addition to any home. As you can see, reclaimed wood makes some of the most beautiful wood flooring in the world!

History Heartpine is the finest lumber ever grown. Early American settlers discovered a vast forest over 95 million acres spanning from the Southern Atlantic shoreline to the Mississippi River. This forest grew trees four feet in diameter and up to 150 feet tall. These slow-growth heartwood pine trees matured in 400 to 500 years. Longleaf Pine has been referred to as “heartpine” because of its unique characteristic–a large center of heart with very little surrounding sapwood. This heart portion is dense, heavy, insect-and rot-resistant, incredibly hard, and unequaled in beauty, strength and durability. American colonists used heartwood pine lumber for every type of building purpose. Its strength made it suitable for industrial buildings, bridges, wharves, and railroad ties, while it beauty inspired furniture builders and cabinet makers. The keel of the USS Constitution is made from a single heartwood pine timber. This desirable lumber was almost timbered to extinction by 1900. The vast virgin forest had vanished leaving only small isolated stands. Civilization had moved in and original conditions necessary for the trees to re-seed and flourish no longer existed. The magnificent forest was gone forever. Fortunately, this unique wood still exists in the structural timber of America’s industrial factories and textile mills. Since 1982, Heartwood Pine Floors has located and saved many of these 200-year-old obsolete buildings slated for demolition. Careful and painstaking deconstruction reclaims the historic wood for a new life in today’s finest homes. 200 years of slow air drying has perfected the heartwood pine qualities of stability, hardness, and beauty. Aging allows resin to crystallize, which strengthens the wood, as well as allowing the wood to accept an oil finish in a unique way, giving it a deep luster that cannot be duplicated. A timeless treasure, heart pine wood is the most beautiful and elegant flooring available today. From our premium quarter-sawn heart pine wood to our longleaf southern yellow pine, we truly have something to fit any home. Whether you choose unfinished or prefinished, each recycled antique lumber board you receive has been hand-restored and selected to bring you the finest product we know how to make. To receive a free heart pine wood sample for yourself, call our Chatham County, North Carolina facility at

We Control the Process from Start to Finish. The best sources for reclaimed antique heart pine are old buildings that provide an excellent harvest from both existing floors and beams. We are able to obtain different looks depending on the area of the building we use and mill down for reclaimed flooring. Flexibility. Not only do we offer the most popular reclaimed heart pine floors as unfinished, we can provide you with pre-finished and engineered reclaimed antique pine flooring. Putting it over radiant heat? No problem. We will work with you. Old Buildings. In America. By being able to work at the beginning to the end product, we can offer many benefits and excellent prices. Furthermore, we can find you the right look you want from our many ongoing reclamation projects for reclaimed antique heart pine and reclaimed oak as well. The Look: Beams versus Floors. Our various antique heart pine floors have different styles depending on the part of the structure we reclaim from. A more character and naily reclaimed floor tends to be from the floors and outer parts of beams. Reclaimed Wood floors without nails are typically sourced from the deeper parts of those beams and flooring. Reclaimed Wood has strength not found in newly sawn lumber. The reclaimed wood from many buildings that we salvage from was a part of American forests for a long time….some for centuries. This antique wood gives us the unique ability to go back in time. We are able to repurpose this old antique heart pine from mills and factories into flooring, lumber, and other uses. Reclaimed Wood is environmentally responsible and looks amazing. When we reclaim the wood and mill it down for you, we are participating in green building. Reclaimed antique wood flooring is a beautiful addition to any home. As you can see, reclaimed wood makes some of the most beautiful wood flooring in the world!

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