Tobacco Oak PatinaDeep™ Flooring
This reclaimed oak was previously used as siding boards for tobacco drying barns and the conditions that made for a good cure of the tobacco leaf also helped preserve the oak siding. The PatinaDeep™ product will have a partially milled face which leaves some of the original weathering and texture; when we mill the floor we target about half of the surface area to be original with the other half milled; this process creates beautiful distinctions between the original weathered wood and the newly milled bright wood. With this mixture of appearances, an Antique Oak PatinaDeep™ Floor can anchor a variety of design motifs from rustic to refined.
Specie -- a combination of Red & White Oak
Grade -- PatinaDeep™
Source -- antique 100% recycled primarily siding from tobacco drying barns
US Green Building Council LEED® Points -- MR 4
Hardness -- Janka Rating: 1290
Our Character Rating -- 85 (rustic)
Solid Wood Flooring
Millwork -- 3/4” thick, tongue & groove edges, squared ends
Widths -- 3” to 8” milled to the full inch wide with custom sizes available
Lengths -- up to 12' with an average length of about 6''
Face -- hit & miss milled original face
Optional Factory Finish -- Hard Wax Oil