RECLAIMED HEART PINE AND OAK ​FLOORING

 Team Cashel is dedicated to producing the highest quality products available on the market. We rely on our skilled craftsman and rigorous milling techniques to maintain the natural beauty and characteristics  that are unique to antique wood.​ We offer both, heart pine and oak, in unfinished or pre-finished.

Reclaimed Heart Pine grades and features

Character Grade Pine

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  • Our most rustic grade. Shows signs of use and aging with unlimited knots and nail holes
  • Displays color variations ​​
  • Not all boards will have heart content

Number One Grade

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  • More frequent nail holes than Premium or Quarter Sawn
  • Knots  may be more frequent & larger

Select Grade

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  • Tight growth ring patterns
  • Straight lines, sometimes called pin-striping
  • May have occasional nail holes and small knots

Quarter Sawn

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  • Tight growth ring patterns
  • Patterns are a blending of Quarter Sawn and Flat Sawn 
  • Very few knots or imperfections

Reclaimed Heart Pine

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 Reclaimed Heart Pine is made from the center (heart) of the tree.  It was widely used in the construction of mills and factories during the Industrial Revolution. Often times trees were up to 500 years old before they were harvested, which allowed time for the heart of the tree to mature.  Authentic antique heart pine displays a tight wood grain appearance and a deep, rich color that deepens with time.  It is extremely stable and naturally resistant to decay and pests 

End Matched

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 Our flooring is end-matched during the milling process.  End-matching is an additional process that produces a precise tongue-and-groove on the ends which gives the planks a snug fit.  Additionally, end-matching saves time and money during installation by eliminating waste and the need to cut each plank on site.  



Solid vs engineered

 

 It is important to consider usage and environment when planning for hardwood flooring.  We offer two methods of fabrication, solid plank and engineered plank with a 4 millimeter wear layer.  The same premium timber is used in producing each, and therefore will look the same on the ​surface, however the foundations have important differences.​  


Solid plank is typically laid over plywood sub-floors. It can be nailed or glued. Solid is very durable and can be sanded and refinished multiple times making it suitable for high traffic areas.

Our engineered wear layer exceeds industry standards providing a life span equivalent to solid planks. Engineered is typically laid over existing floors, sub-floors, or concrete.​​ It can also be nailed or glued. Engineered is resistant to humidity and preferred in bathrooms, kitchens or basements.


* Wide Variety of Lengths and Widths Available.  Please consult with installer

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Reclaimed Oak and Features

Clean Face Oak

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  • Resawn from barn wood timbers
  • Can be stained or left natural​
  • Rustic characteristics. Knots and nail holes are common

Kentucky Fence Oak

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  • Salvaaged from fences of the beautiful thouroughbred farms in Lexington, Ky
  • Available surfaces​ Hit-and-Miss or Clean Faced 
  • Rustic characteristics. Knots and nail holes are common

Barnwood Oak

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  • Salvaaged from barns and tobacco warehouses
  • Available surfaces -  Clean Faced, Hit-And-Miss or Original 
  • Rustic characteristics. Knots and nail holes are commo

Reclaimed Oak

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 Reclaimed Oak is most often salvaged from Amish barns, tobacco warehouses as well as various factories.  It is a popular choice for high traffic areas, such as hallways, children's rooms and entry ways. It is often used in commercial applications. 

 

Species

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 We specialize in heart pine and oak. However if you are interested in a specific species please let us know as we will do our best to accommodate you 

Pre-finished

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Cashel offers the option of unfinished or pre-finished in heart pine and oak for your flooring. We are here to exceed in all your flooring needs and appreciate the opportunity to help make your house a home.