What We Do
Historic Flooring specializes in flooring, wall coverings, trim and accessories produced from reclaimed antique and old growth wood with an emphasis on Heart Pine, Oak and Wormy Chestnut. The wood we use to produce Historic Flooring products was originally harvested anywhere from 100 to 300 years ago, when it was used to build America. We rescue most of the wood from old barns, factories, cotton mills and other antique structures, many of which are Circa 1700s 1800s. The remainder is responsibly harvested Old Growth Lumber.
It's not a floor until you say it's a floor
Many companies have large inventories of reclaimed and old growth "flooring". This is where Historic Flooring is different. Our inventory is reclaimed and old growth lumber that only becomes flooring after we talk to you, the customer, about your project. Everyone has different needs, wants, and desires when it comes to building or remodeling their homes. We want to talk to you and find out what kind of look you have in mind. Then, and only then, is the wood milled to your specifications.
We Won't Be Undersold
Does all of this sound expensive? We invite you to shop around and compare our prices to the competition. Our company is in the heart of Appalachia, where the wood is plentiful. Although we do travel to neighboring states to procure some of our inventories, we don't have to go far to find the most beautiful antique, reclaimed and old growth woods. Our area is not only abundant, but diverse as well, boasting species ranging from Oak and Pine to Sassafras, Cherry, Walnut and Hickory to name a few. With a variety like this, we are confident that all of your ideas will come to life. We sell directly to you, the customer and take a personal interest in all of your project desires.
Commitment to the Environment
As an environmentally conscious company, we are doing our part to adhere to green building practices by preserving historical lumber and other architectural components such as mantels, columns and hand hewn beams that would otherwise be lost forever.
We are here for you
Please don't hesitate to call 423-676-4220 or e-mail any time. We will answer any questions you may have and even help you with ideas to make your remodeling dreams become a reality.
401 Maple St
Johnson City, TN 37601 USA
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Contact Person: Steve McKinney
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