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Please browse our selection of plank flooring. To make it easier to find what you’re looking for, each of our plank flooring products are grouped by collection.


From Georgia into New England, the Appalachians comprise the largest temperate hardwood forest in the world. The slower growth habit of the northern range of this incredible resource yield hardwoods with a denser grain and finer texture than their southern counterparts. Given their richness in color and characteristic warmth, these Northern species are an excellent choice in solid and engineered plank flooring. Clicking on the individual wood type will take you to that particular species’ plank flooring page where all the grades, specifications, prices and accessories will be found.

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These species are sourced from fully mature trees and naturally fallen timber. When plain sawn in the traditional fashion, these old trees yield tight natural grain variations, rustic appearance, and coloration and character that would be lost with modern practices. Wider widths and longer lengths are a hallmark of this carefully managed resource. Clicking on the individual wood type will take you to that particular species’ plank flooring page where all the grades, specifications, prices and accessories will be found.

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The vast Yellow Pine forests were among the major interests of England in establishing the southern colonies. Until timbered off, the majestic Longleaf Heart Pine was used for virtually everything – and, is now available again in limited quantities. Now plantation grown, the shortleaf Yellow Pine provides the least expensive solid plank flooring available. Clicking on the individual wood type will take you to that particular species’ plank flooring page where all the grades, specifications, prices and accessories will be found.

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Reclaimed from cautiously dismantled antique buildings, these species were harvested decades and even centuries ago from slower growing, often virgin timber. These aged woods offer an authentic and exceptionally tight wood grain with a rich, naturally weathered color and patina that cannot be duplicated by any other means. Clicking on the individual wood type will take you to that particular species’ plank flooring page where all the grades, specifications, prices and accessories will be found.

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Evocative of the rugged history and character of the American Southwest, this collection offers distinctive textures and colors to complement your rustic decorating scheme. Using Livesawn White Oak and Walnut and applying unique coloring and sawmilling techniques, you are sure to find a look to suit your own individual style. Clicking on the individual wood type will take you to that particular species’ plank flooring page where all the grades, specifications, prices and accessories will be found.

From Georgia into New England, the Appalachians comprise the largest temperate hardwood forest in the world. The slower growth habit of the northern range of this incredible resource yield hardwoods with a denser grain and finer texture than their southern counterparts. Given their richness in color and characteristic warmth, these Northern species are an excellent choice in solid and engineered plank flooring. Clicking on the individual wood type will take you to that particular species’ plank flooring page where all the grades, specifications, prices and accessories will be found.

These species are sourced from fully mature trees and naturally fallen timber. When plain sawn in the traditional fashion, these old trees yield tight natural grain variations, rustic appearance, and coloration and character that would be lost with modern practices. Wider widths and longer lengths are a hallmark of this carefully managed resource. Clicking on the individual wood type will take you to that particular species’ plank flooring page where all the grades, specifications, prices and accessories will be found.

The vast Yellow Pine forests were among the major interests of England in establishing the southern colonies. Until timbered off, the majestic Longleaf Heart Pine was used for virtually everything – and, is now available again in limited quantities. Now plantation grown, the shortleaf Yellow Pine provides the least expensive solid plank flooring available. Clicking on the individual wood type will take you to that particular species’ plank flooring page where all the grades, specifications, prices and accessories will be found.

Reclaimed from cautiously dismantled antique buildings, these species were harvested decades and even centuries ago from slower growing, often virgin timber. These aged woods offer an authentic and exceptionally tight wood grain with a rich, naturally weathered color and patina that cannot be duplicated by any other means. Clicking on the individual wood type will take you to that particular species’ plank flooring page where all the grades, specifications, prices and accessories will be found.
Evocative of the rugged history and character of the American Southwest, this collection offers distinctive textures and colors to complement your rustic decorating scheme. Using Livesawn White Oak and Walnut and applying unique coloring and sawmilling techniques, you are sure to find a look to suit your own individual style. Clicking on the individual wood type will take you to that particular species’ plank flooring page where all the grades, specifications, prices and accessories will be found.