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ADDING CHARACTER

What We Do

Reclaimed Flooring

This is our bread and butter. With a wide variety of flooring in homegrown timber, exotic hardwoods, weathered floorboards and beautiful parquet, we can cater to many different project styles and looks.  We feel that the character and quality of aged, reclaimed timber is unparalleled in the flooring industry, bringing natural charm and the feeling of history to both home and commercial properties.

 

The beauty of our company is that our stock is vast and ever-changing with more incredible floors coming in frequently. Our reclamation journey has featured many different wood types such as Maple, Oak, Beech, Birch, Pine, Pitch Pine, Douglas Fir, Walnut, Iroko, Mahogany, Teak, Keruing, Opepe, Sapele, Cherry, Danta, Jarrah and the list goes on.

Be sure to visit our New Stock page to view our most recent floors that have we have salvaged!

Wall Panelling

As well as floors, we also supply timber for walls too! If you are looking for rustic materials to create a shabby-chic vibe to your project, we have many options for you. In our experience you can use almost anything as wall panelling, whether it be original cladding, weathered Pine boarding, ex-scaffolding boards and even reclaimed flooring.

Where Does It All Come From?

The vast majority of our stock is salvaged by our team from many different properties across the UK that are either in the process of demolition or refurbishment, buildings such as schools, universities, gymnasiums, restaurants, bars, town halls, churches, museums, and community centres. Many of our clients love to know the history of where their reclaimed floor came from, the origin of which can often be meaningful or an excellent talking point among guests.

Our team has decades of experience when it comes to salvaging wood floors, and using our custom-made tools we can ensure all materials are lifted and removed easily and carefully. The boards are then brought back to our premises where any existing nails are removed. The flooring is then bundled and quantified, ready for its next life in a new space.