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WoodTalks Shiplap Available Through EcoSupply
Flooring specialist Scott Hickey teams with Heritage Salvage. If you buy it, he will lay it and finish it!
Reclaimed Wood Flooring
Reclaimed flooring supply changes frequently.
Douglas Fir Wood Flooring
Doug fir shiplap flooring is versatile and flexible. You may display the newly milled or patina side. Available in 5” and 7” widths. Perfect for flooring in homes, restaurants and bars.
Mixed Hardwood Flooring
Choose from a variety of reclaimed mixed Hardwood flooring, including Hickory, Ash and Elm flooring. These mixed hardwoods make a classic flooring choice.
Douglas Fir Wood Flooring is sustainably sourced from the left coast of the USA! Reclaimed Mixed Hardwood flooring is typically present at Heritage Salvage, and occasional exotic flooring does arrive! Oak flooring coming soon!
If you are looking for recycled or used flooring, we have it! T&G, Shiplap, or old cut...wide plank wood floors, narrow plank and tween planks, patina and freshly milled floors from old planks may be found at Heritage Salvage.
We offer reclaimed wood for flooring in homes, restaurants and bars, businesses, yurts and yachts, taverns and teahouse, gypsy wagons and trailers, tree forts and igloos, old school and gnu school, lofty-perch and wooden church, dog carts and fresh starts.
Professional installation and refinishing services provided by our long time partner Scott Hickey at Heritage Flooring Company: 707.337.2498
Visit Custom Projects to see Heritage Salvage WoodTalks Flooring installed in homes, barns, restaurants and more!
As flooring, reclaimed wood takes on amazing warmth with talking stories behind them, often full of character and special markings. Whether the wood is resourced from an old family barn in rural California or an Idaho Hops Warehouse, the story of its origins is sure to enrich and enliven your space. While a reclaimed floor may be rustic or refined, the hues and patterns achieved with nail holes or incumbent marks from its previous life add congeniality to your chosen space not attainable with new materials.