Antique Chestnut PatinaDeep™ Flooring
This antique chestnut was previously used in a variety of ways, as a blight brought by boat from Asia in the early 20th century killed adult trees that were often more than 200 years old; the durable wood was quickly harvested for barn construction, house framing and many other applications; while chestnut trees still grow, the blight keeps them from reaching maturity rendering this incredible wood commercially extinct; in chestnut, reclaimed lumber is the only option; the wood has a unique, rich, warm glow; the grain is fairly pronounced, but somehow looks so smooth, and while the color can vary dramatically from board to board, the colors work together nicely; a bit of wormy character from critter tracks and nail holes top off the look.
Source--antique 100% recycled primarily siding & timber from barns, houses and commercial buildings usually in the Northeast US
US Green Building Council LEED® Points--MR 4
Hardness--Janka Rating: 540
Our Character Rating--71 (rustic)
Solid Wood Flooring
Millwork--¾” thick, tongue & groove edges, squared ends
Widths--3” to 7” milled to the full inch wide with custom sizes available
Lengths--up to 12'; with an average length of about 6'; minimum 2'
Face--planed smooth & sanded
Optional Factory Finish--Hard Wax Oil