Our reclaimed solid hardwood flooring comes from antique structures in Lexington, KY. Available in two different cuts, all from the same 70-year-old boards: Vertical Grain and Original Patina. Check out our solid hardwood floors selection and request a free quote online or buy in person.


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What Is Reclaimed Solid Hardwood Flooring?

Reclaimed solid hardwood flooring has become increasingly popular in recent years due to its unique look and environmental benefits. Unlike new wood floors, which can take years to break in, reclaimed floors already have a rich history and character. In addition, by using recycled materials, you can help reduce your carbon footprint and do your part to protect the environment.

Creating solid hardwood floors is a process that starts with sourcing the right wood. The wood is often sourced from barns and old buildings that are being demolished or renovated. Old growth timbers that were cut down many years ago are the best source of material for reclaimed floors, as the wood is more dense and contains more character marks than new growth lumber. Once the lumber is sourced, it is then kiln dried to remove any excess moisture, bugs or insects before the planks aremade into flooring. Once kiln dried, the boards are then milled into tongue and groove floors After the boards are installed and in place, they are sanded smooth and finished with a protective coating that will help to preserve the beauty of the wood for many years to come.

To guarantee your reclaimed solid hardwood flooring holds steady after installation, it is extremely important to allow the lumber to acclimate before installation. Learn more about hardwood flooring acclimation before purchasing salvaged solid hardwood floors.

Why Reclaimed Solid Hardwood Flooring?

There are many reasons why homeowners choose reclaimed solid hardwood flooring. For one, it is incredibly durable, able to withstand heavy foot traffic, and the everyday wear and tear that comes with life. Solid hardwood floors are also easy to clean and maintain, requiring only a vacuum or mop to keep them looking at their best. Additionally, reclaimed solid hardwood flooring can be refinished if it ever begins to show signs of wear, giving it a long lifespan. And because it is a natural product, Solid hardwood floors also help to improve indoor air quality by trapping dust and other particles. Ultimately, it is a wise investment for any homeowner or commercial project manager who wants chic, long-lasting floors.

The Evergreen Douglas Fir

Some of the most widely planted evergreens are Douglas Fir. They can reach heights of 400 feet and live for up to 500 years. Because of the quality of their wood, they are frequently utilized for construction and home improvement projects.

They originated in the western United States and Canada. These plants thrive in well-drained, moist soil and do best in cool, damp environments. These intriguing trees play a vital role in the health of a forest by providing cover and sustenance for animals.

This type of reclaimed solid hardwood flooring is a popular choice for both home and office due to its long-lasting qualities. Moreover, this exquisite product is typically used in high-traffic areas because of its strength. A home with Douglas fir flooring is enhanced greatly. Furniture and other construction materials are all made from the wood of these trees.

All of Tallest Tree's Douglas fir boards are salvaged and eco-friendly, so you can feel good about installing this fashionable flooring option in your home. Since it is produced from reused wood, you can rest easy knowing that no original trees were damaged in the manufacturing of our Douglas fir flooring. They were recovered from buildings that had stood for decades after being constructed during World War II.

The Douglas fir is a brilliant option if you want solid hardwood floors that will be enjoyed by everyone. Remember that any hidden dangers inside reclaimed Douglas fir will have been eliminated during the production process, making this flooring suitable for use for years to come. Read our blog if you want to learn more about Douglas fir trees. Check out our Douglas fir floors up close, and you'll quickly realize why they're a crowd favorite. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you need underlay for reclaimed solid hardwood flooring?

A subfloor underlay is typically necessary before installation.

Can you lay solid hardwood floors on concrete?

This is not recommended as the moisture from the concrete can create issues for the wood. We would recommend installing engineered wood flooring if you have a concrete slab because engineered flooring is particularly made with a moisture-baring layer.

Is it better to glue or nail reclaimed solid hardwood flooring?

Either one is acceptable. Nailing down with brad nails is usually the most common. Doing both glue and nails helps with eliminating potential noise.

How long do solid hardwood floors last?

Solid hardwood floors often endure between 30 and 100 years since they may be sanded and polished several times.

How long does it take to install reclaimed solid hardwood flooring?

The length of installation, like any craft project, depends on your level of expertise. It also depends on how many square feet the project requires. Estimates range from 1 day to 5 days.

Can you stain Douglas fir floors?

Any flooring can be stained. But typically, different finishes are better.

Can Douglas Fir floors be refinished?

Yes, they can be resanded and refinished.

How do you clean a Douglas Fir floor?

We recommend using an approved wood flooring cleaner from your local store or online.

Can a dehumidifier damage wood floors?

Using a dehumidifier is not advised. In order to preserve your wood floors in good condition, it is not a good idea to completely get rid of the humidity in your home.

Are solid hardwood floors waterproof?

All wood flooring, whether reclaimed, new or engineered, can be made to be water resistant. But no floors are waterproof. Proper caution and care needs to always take place in order to preserve your flooring, especially from water.

Here's a link to our FAQ page where you can get answers to additional frequently asked questions.