Where to Buy Reclaimed Wood Flooring (12 Best Places)

Reclaimed wood has become popular recently and for very good reasons. It is old wood that has been repurposed by re-milling to create flooring for your home. Much of this salvaged wood comes from old-growth timber, which is no longer available.

Old-growth timber is full of unique properties not found in new wood – the feel of age and the rustic character of reclaimed wood cannot not be replicated in new products. Salvaged wood is also environmentally friendly.

Buying tip: When purchasing reclaimed wood make sure it has been kiln-dried.

Where to Buy Reclaimed Wood Flooring

Below is a list of top reclaimed wood flooring retailers in the United States. Some of them have showrooms you can visit, and they all sell online. We’ve provided links to all of their websites.

Most of the retailers have great websites with photo galleries, design and inspirational information and frequently asked questions. Many of these companies sell both solid and engineered flooring, flooring accessories, including stair parts and floor vents. A few also sell wall and ceiling paneling, mantels, and tabletops all created from salvaged wood.

Inventory in the reclaimed flooring industry can fluctuate as newly salvaged wood is acquired and finished flooring is sold. Since inventory frequently changes, these companies don’t usually list their prices.

Here are the best places to buy reclaimed wood flooring.

Aged Woods

Based in York, Pennsylvania, Aged Woods has been re-milling old barn wood into high quality solid and engineered flooring since1983. The current selection of repurposed wood flooring includes a variety of 100% recycled Oaks, American Chestnut, a Maple/Beech blend, Hickory, and Pines. The flooring is available with custom staining, oil finishing, or multi-coat urethane. Aged Woods will work with you to create a custom patterned floor including a chevron, herringbone, or even a circular design.

The website does not list prices with the exception of a few sale items of reclaimed, unfinished, engineered oak flooring at $7.90 per square foot. Aged Woods will ship anywhere in the country.

K.D. Woods Company

The K.D. Woods Company is owned by Karen Durning who has over 20 years of experience in the salvaged and traditional wood flooring industry. They offer a full line of 100% authentic reclaimed wood flooring in Oaks, Chestnut, Pine, and Hickory. Prices are generally not listed but they currently show a few examples of flooring on sale. The flooring is available unfinished or finished with either natural oil or matte urethane.

K.D. Woods also sells new wood flooring and accessories including tabletops, staircase parts and floor vent covers. Their website is full of information including the details on how reclaimed wood flooring is made.

Elmwood Reclaimed Timber

Elmwood Reclaimed Timber has been in the wood reclamation business for over 20 years. Their mill is located in Peculiar, Missouri. Their typically available selection of reclaimed, wide plank flooring includes Oak, Heart Pine, Elm, Douglas Fir, Barn Wood, and mixed wood.

Elmwood Reclaimed Timber reclaimed wood comes from buildings, barns, and rural structures that have been abandoned or are beyond repair. All reclaimed wood flooring pre-dates the 1930’s.

Most flooring comes in random widths and lengths but they do have the ability to handle custom orders and will ship world-wide. Prices are not listed on the website.

Green Family Materials

For over 70 years the Green family has reclaimed wood, brick, tin, and other materials from historic sites across the American South. They purchase these reclamation sites allowing them to control deconstruction and material quality. Reclaimed flooring from Green Family Materials often includes Heart Pine, Oak, Maple, and Barn Wood. Depending on the choice of wood, your options include solid or engineered flooring with plank widths ranging from 2.25” to 12” and random lengths from 1’ to 12’. Finish options include unfinished, prefinished, sawn finish, or original patina.

Appalachian Woods

Owned by the Hochstetler family and located in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia since 1976, Appalachian Woods is dedicated to the preservation of old lumber found throughout the Appalachian Mountains. Their woods include American Chestnut, a variety of Heart Pine, Red, and White Oak. They also feature salvaged barn wood flooring for a rustic appeal. Prices range from under $5 to $8.50 per sq. ft.

Appalachian Hardwoods also carries lumber, wall planks, furniture, and accessories. They have their own store on Etsy.

Or visit their website.

Sylvan Brandt

Sylvan Brandt, owned by the Brandt family, is located in Lititz, Pennsylvania, and has been producing high-quality, antique, reclaimed wood flooring since 1960. Antique Chestnut, also known as, Wormy Chestnut, is priced at $13 per sq. ft. The antique Oak is re-sawn from 200 year old barn beams and is priced at $8 to $12 per sq. ft., depending on plank width. They also carry Heart Pine, White Pine, and Oak, or choose flooring reclaimed and repurposed from 200 year old homes. Flooring prices range from $8 to $14 per sq. ft.

Sylvan Brandt features a rustic line of flooring with the added texture of saw marks left behind from the milling process. They ship nation-wide and you can order samples for $5 each.

E & K Vintage Wood

E & K Vintage Wood is definitely worth a look with their large inventory of reclaimed wood flooring featured in traditional, contemporary, and rustic applications. Their wood is sourced from all over the United States and abroad, coming from aged structures like barns, warehouses, churches, and homes. You’ll find Oak, Maple, Walnut, Pine, Fir, Chestnut, Beech, Hickory, and even used Rosewood and Redwood.

Cost depends on the specific wood, finish and width. Wide plank flooring is slightly more expensive. Prices range from unfinished Douglas Fir at $7 per sq. ft to $19 per sq. ft. for a finished, wide plank Oak. They also carry some salvaged parquet and herringbone flooring priced at $20 and up per sq. ft.

Reclaimed Design Works

Reclaimed Design Works specializes in repurposed wide plank flooring in almost any domestic wood variety including Black Walnut, Hickory, Beech, Oaks, and Pine. They make both solid and engineered flooring. All flooring is reclaimed and 100% authentic. They carry some very unique products including Reclaimed Antique Trophy flooring which is built, piece-by-piece, from the finest and most rare hardwoods, including Cherry, Walnut and Wormy Chestnut. They feature a line of reclaimed wine and whiskey barrel wood that retains the natural coloration from the alcohol even once it is made into flooring.

Choose flooring that is unfinished or finished with oil or urethane and available with matching floor vents and stair parts. All prices are provided upon request and the company will ship anywhere is the U.S.

Viridian Wood

Since 2004, Viridian Wood has been repurposing wood from multiple sources in the Pacific Northwest, including antique barns. The Antique Barn Wood collection is made from a mix of oak and other hardwoods salvaged from barns. Viridian preserves the best aspects of the antique wood such as circle sawn marks, nail holes, and the vintage patina, then precision mills them into flooring.

The Granary Plank collection features rustic fir flooring made from salvaged beams. Viridian Woods also carries new wood, wide plank flooring in Walnut and Oak.

Carlisle Wide Plank Floors

Carlisle sells new wood flooring but they also carry a large selection of wide plank flooring made from reclaimed wood. The wood is salvaged from a variety of buildings including old barns. Flooring choices include repurposed barn wood in Eastern White Pine, Heart Pine, Oak, and Chestnut. Depending on the wood, planks are available in up to 12” widths. Carlisle has 9 showrooms across the country or you can order online with help from one of their design consultants.

Cochran’s Lumber

Cochran’s Lumber, located in Berryville Virginia, is family owned, and has been in business for over 40 years. They make new wood flooring, as well as flooring milled from reclaimed wood. They currently feature salvaged flooring in Antique Chestnut, Pine, and White Oak. You’ll find some unique stains on their White Oak flooring including Shaker Gray, Pool Party, and Spanish Red. Floors are finished with urethane or oil.

Olde Wood Ltd.

In business since 1997, Olde Wood Ltd. specializes in wide plank reclaimed wood flooring. All of their flooring is made at their manufacturing facility in Stark County Ohio. They also have a showroom in Magnolia, Ohio. They carry a wide selection of reclaimed flooring including Oaks, Pines, Wormy Chestnut, and Douglas Fir. Flooring is available in either 3” to 6” or 4” to 8” random widths. They also feature original face, unfinished antique Heart Pine and 2 antique Trophy Room collections. Trophy Room flooring is built piece-by-piece from select, rare hardwoods making every floor completely unique.

Custom options include wire brushing, hand scraping, and beveled edging. Old Wood Ltd. also carries accessories, barn siding, beams, and live-edge slabs.

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