Find the Heartwood Pine Wood Floor You’ve Always Dreamed Of

Whether you’re redoing an existing space with new hardwood floors, building a new home, or looking to add heartwood pine wood floors to your office or other commercial space, we’ve got the perfect style and finish for you. From our premier Quartersawn to our durable, affordable Southern Yellow Pine, each board is examined and graded to bring out the elements described below.
Each of our five different grades of heartwood pine that we offer in both unfinished and pre-finished varieties. For more information and/or to see more real-world photos, click on a select style below.

Choose from:

Quartersawn: Known for its tight linear grain face pattern. Knot-free and rich in red and burgundy tones, this rare and elegant recycled antique flooring provides a home with formal beauty and the look of spacious luxury.

Select #1: Beautiful longleaf grain patterns, with classic rich, honey, amber and burgundy heartpine colors. Each board has combinations of linear grain and leaf grain face patterns. These reclaimed factory wood boards are sawn from the center heart of our 150 year old longleaf pine beams.

Natural: A wider grained heartwood, with a predominantly leafy-grained face pattern. A powerful visual impact is created with the variations of lighter red and yellow tones.

Character: This recycled wood flooring combines durable Heartwood and Sapwood to create an eye-catching array of colors and grain patterns. Its knotted heartwood character markings may include nail holes and knots of various sizes and shapes. Character grade salvaged wood adds rustic charm to any room.

Southern Yellow Pine: 80 to 100 years of aging has enhanced the beauty, strength, and stability of our reclaimed Southern Yellow Pine. This rich, yellow-toned pine has a lighter patina and takes a stain very well. It is our most economical antique flooring and it will brighten any room.

When you’re ready to see how a new heartwood pine wood floor can add character and life to your home, call our Chatham County, North Carolina facility for more information and to receive a free sample kit. .