Oak (Reclaimed) Flooring

Reclaimed White Oak imbues sophistication with distinctive character blended with rich, aged patina

Oak wood is dense, strong, and very resistant to insect and fungal attack because of its high tannin content. It has unique grain markings and was the principal timber and flooring used in the construction of European timber-framed buildings.

  • Deep brown undertones with muted light tans

  • Superior strength and stability well suited for flooring

  • Rich with character

Our Reclaimed Oak is sourced from vintage structures that produce a distinctive character with rich, aged patina that is unmatched relative to new wood. Common characteristics include seasoned checking, knots, oxidized nail holes, and insect scaring. This material has aged over time to produce a unique blend of color that range from deep rich brown undertones to muted light tans. The trees that produce this material were harvested over 100 years, and were naturally seasoned over time to produce a sophisticated, yet aged product rooted deep within our American history.

 

Reborn from old world vintage structures rooted deep within our American history

Reclaimed oak offers the superior strength and stability of old growth wood, thus providing a variety of applications such as flooring, siding, paneling, and beams. Arc Wood & Timbers can produce a variety of reclaimed oak flooring products with unique surfacing options to accommodate both rustic and contemporary designs. Our reclaimed oak is milled from a combination of barn siding, framing boards, and beams.

Flooring Specifications:
Grade: Premium or Character
Surface: Original Aged Texture, Wire brushed, or Re-milled smooth
Wide Plank Face Widths: 3” to 10”
Wide Plank Lengths: 2’ to 12’
Wide Plank Thickness: 1/2”, 5/8”, 3/4”
Milling: Solid or Engineered