We recently milled up a trove of Cherry wood which we had been gathering for years. Cherry is often scarce in the reclaimed realm as the number of trees were less abundant than other species and didn’t reach usable timber sizes for a variety of reasons. The wood was (and remains) highly desirable for furniture, cabinetry, and millwork.
Our recent run yielded over two thousand square feet of our World’s Most Eco-Friendly Engineered Flooring with wonderful natural aged color, a satiny grain, and cleaner surface known as our American Gothic grade.
Much of the material was rescued from an old barn we reclaimed a number of years ago. The Cherry had been milled into board stock in the 1940’s and stored in the barn until our reclamation. Mixed in with the rescued material is reclaimed Cherry, salvaged from old barn timbers in the Northeast. The resulting flooring has minimal nail holes, insect trails, and ferrous staining. Each plank has a micro bevel, is 4” to 7” wide (variable) and is 18” to 8’ in mixed lengths.
This is a limited edition floor. Let us know if you’d like us to quote this for your project!