• Clear or Unfinished - Reclaimed Elm Flooring - Sanded Smooth

  • Clear or Unfinished - Reclaimed Elm Flooring - Sanded Smooth

  • Clear or Unfinished - Reclaimed Elm Flooring - Sanded Smooth

  • Clear or Unfinished - Reclaimed Elm Flooring - Sanded Smooth

  • Clear or Unfinished - Reclaimed Elm Flooring - Sanded Smooth

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    Reclaimed Antique Elm Description:
    Light in color with heartwood ranging from light tan to a medium reddish-brown, Elm has a long, straight grain pattern and a very attractive figure.  From the Civil War until the early 20th century, American elm was the most widely planted shade tree.  In fact, during the 1876 centennial, Americans planted elms in their yards by the tens of thousands as a tribute to the liberty elm that George Washington and our founding fathers met under prior to the American Revolution.  By the 1970’s, the American elm populations were devastated by Dutch elm disease.  Now, true American elm, just as chestnut, can only be reclaimed from old barns and rural structures, making it a rare and unique wood for any application.

    Reclaimed Antique Elm Flooring Specifications:
    Random Widths: 3”-5”, 3”-7”
    Specified Widths: 3”-7”
    Thickness: 3/4", 5/8”, or 1/2”
    Lengths: 2-12’ Random or Specified Lengths
    Milled Profile: Tongue and Groove, Square or Shiplap
    Edges: Square or Pillowed
    Finish: Pre Finished or Unfinished

    Reclaimed Antique Elm is 100% FSC Certified Recycled and eligible for LEED Credits.

  • Proper product installation is the key to success in every job! From installation to recommended care & maintenance. We'll always be here to help you with your project every step of the way. And when it's done and you have the time to enjoy the look and feel and aura of the wood, make sure you take that time. It's as good for you as laughing a half hour a day, or going on a walk with a child and a dog. This wood has lived. Really lived.

     
    Acclimating wood products
    Proper acclimation of wood products prior to installation is essential to a succesful finished product. Always allow plenty of time after recieving any wood product for the material to properly and completly acclimate to its new envirenment. This is typically accomplished in a week or two by placing the material as close to its final installation area as possible. HVAC systems should have been running prior to material arrival and set at normal living conditions for a proper acclimation of the wood products.  
     
    Installing wood flooring over radiant heat
    Radiant heat flooring is a quiet, healthy,  clean and efficient way to heat any space. With proper installation, wide plank flooring from Elmwood Reclaimed Timber is an ideal choice for radiant heat systems.
    •  Perfect for allergies - Radiant heat flooring reduces airborne allergens
    •  Radiant heat is a consistent and even heat source 
    •  Silent and energy efficient, radiant heat makes sense.
    •  Why consider radiant heat flooring? because you will absolutely love it...
     
    Installing wood flooring over concrete
    Wood flooring has been installed over concrete using stringers, or plywood for over a century. Proper site preparation and installation will ensure success when installing wood flooring over concrete. High quality wood and millwork will help to reduce seasonal fluctuations.
    •  First, the concrete has to be dry.
    •  Second, a moisture barrier is a must.
    •  Third, High quality wood and millwork are essential.
     
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