Old House Journal's Directory of companies specializing in wood and engineered flooring for older homes.
Broad-Axe Flooring offers Eastern White Pine flooring and paneling. White Pine is warm and resilient underfoot. It has been used for wide pine flooring in New England homes since the early days of settlement.
Using hardwoods from Pennsylvania and the surrounding states harvested using environmentally friendly practices, we follow historically true methods so our floors add a sense of tradition to any home unlike the flooring you can buy from the big box stores.
From floors with rich patina to Hand Hewn ceiling beams, mantle beams or custom furniture, Conklin's offers a variety of services with all the same quality and high standard you've come to expect with the Conklin name.
Craftsman Lumber has been providing custom wide-plank flooring and paneling to homeowner's, builders and architects for over 40 years.
We feature spruce and pine quartersawn clapboards as well as other vertical grain building materials. The old New England houses that dot the countryside are the best examples that wood siding can withstand the test of time.
Sawmill-direct wide plank flooring from well-managed forests and a small family sawmill since 1965. Native hardwoods and softwoods, unfinished or prefinished.
Specializer in reclaiming old doors, windows, hinges, and other hardware and architectural elements from old buildings and saving vintage lumber from barns and houses to mill it into unique and characteristic floorboards.