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Rousseau Reclaimed LLC. searches the country to find barns and historical buildings that are being dismantled to supply you with wood that has come from a different age. The wood salvaged from these building is unmatched in patina, character and charm. This is quality wood you cannot find at ordinary lumber yards. Our biggest seller, Heart Pine, also known as Longleaf Southern Yellow Pine, is the primary species salvaged from historic buildings in New England. Because of its high resin content, Heart Pine produces a superior floor that is imbued with deep rich colors and a tighter grain pattern. The antique barn board and hand-hewn timbers we recover from historic buildings come in a variety of species including pine, oak, chestnut, poplar, spruce, Douglas fir and hemlock, to name a few. In addition to our antique flooring, Rousseau Reclaimed wood can be beautifully crafted into table tops, paneling stock, mantels, cabinet stock and accent timbers. We hope that by choosing our products you can join us in making the world a greener and more beautiful place.
custom milled antique reclaimed wood flooring
USA, Canada, Europe, Mexico, Maine, NH, MA, NY, CT, RI, PA, ME, VT
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$10,000 - $49,999
I hired Barnstormers to provide 1500 SF of salvaged pine engineered wood flooring for our vacation home. They charged $8.50/SF which seemed reasonable compared against the competition. The order went a few weeks late (not their fault), but to compensate me they covered the shipping costs, which I thought was very fair. The final product turned out great, and they even gave us good advice regarding what kind of finish to put on it. You can see the quality of the product from the photo.
September 7, 2014Last modified:September 7, 2014
Commented: Finish on floorsThanks Bridget! This is my Antique Oak wide plank floor. The floor finisher used 4 coats of a high resin tung oil finish.....it came out soooooo wonderful!
June 22, 2015
Commented: Wood Floors? What brand and color are the wood floors?Hi Shelli, A dark stain can applied to most any specie of wood. The wood floor in the picture is probably oak, but hard to to sure from the angle of the photo. Here's a picture of our Antique Heart ...
January 23, 2015
Commented: Can I find out what type of wood floor this is? Type of wood, finish?Very cool floor! Hickory is the hardest wood timber in North America and has wonderful naturally occurring color variation. Adding a stain as seen in the photo above, enhances some of this variation...
November 12, 2014
Commented: Contrasting or matching wood floor for newly joined kitchen/liv room?We have reclaimed heart pine flooring here: www.barnstormersreclaimed.com There are a few other reputable companies that specialize in salvaged heart pine flooring as well. Goodwyn Pine, Carlisle Wid...
October 13, 2014 in Design Dilemma