Tobacco Beech PatinaDeep™ Flooring
This antique Beech was previously used as timbers & siding in a tobacco drying barn; the fine grain and smooth texture make for strong durable timbers; the timbers have been carefully removed, resawn, kiln-dried and remilled to flooring; the result is a gripping floor full of warm colors and moderate character; the wood itself is very refined, but is scattered with knots, weathering remnants, and critter tracks; the combined nature of the wood and the previous use create a feel that is both formal and antique, lending itself to design applications out of reach to many other reclaimed woods.
Specie -- American Beech (Fagus grandifolia)
Grade -- Scar'dFace™
Source -- antique 100% recycled primarily from tobacco drying barn timbers
US Green Building Council LEED® Points -- MR 4
Hardness -- Janka Rating: 1300
Our Character Rating -- 83 (rustic)
Solid Wood Flooring
Millwork -- ¾” thick, tongue & groove edges, squared ends
Widths -- 3” to 6” milled to the full inch wide with custom sizes available
Lengths -- up to 12'; with an average length of about 6'
Face -- original milled hit & miss
Optional Factory Finish -- Hard Wax Oil