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Our Hardwood Flooring is milled to 3/4" thickness and has a standard face size of 3", 4", or 5". We can also mill other custom sizes based upon availability. This product comes tongue & grooved, with a bottom reveal to help prevent cupping.

These boards are are also end-matched, making installation a breeze!

Our Softwood Flooring is a Northeastern White Pine, Wide Plank Flooring. This product is also milled to a 3/4" thickness, and is tongue & grooved. Pine Flooring is offered in a 6", 8", 10", & 12" width. Lengths available range from 8'-16' long. 

We also manufacture custom stair treads to your desired specifications. 

Take a look at our              for some photos!


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Ash is common in the Eastern United States and has a wide-straight grain pattern similar to Oak. It is a strong, resilient wood and used to make baseball bats, boating oars, and shovel and axe handles. Hard and durable, Ash is also used as a secondary wood in furniture and cabinetry.


Birch has been used to make everything from beer to toothpicks. This wood is relatively straight-grained with a fine uniform texture. Birch is hard, strong and shock resistant, with good bending properties. Generally common to the Eastern US and Great Lakes states; its primary uses include furniture, flooring, millwork, panel doors, kitchen cabinets, turnings and toys.

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Cherry’s natural beauty and distinguishing qualities make it command to be admired. Its uniform, straight grain, satiny, smooth texture tells you why the Shaker’s and Stickley Furniture choose cherry for their furniture needs. Typically, cherry becomes richer with age and exposure to light and is used for fine furniture, cabinet making, flooring, mouldings, millwork, kitchen cabinets, paneling, doors, boat interiors, musical instruments, turnings, and carvings


This ultra-rustic product is milled to create a very unique style custom flooring that is sure to make a strong statement! This is available in a variety face sizes and species. Availability based on current inventory. Currently this product can be milled in a Oak or an Ash species. 

Give us a call to see what we have available for your project. 

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Maple has been a favorite of American furniture makers since early Colonial days and is a standard for cutting boards because of its toughness and “no taste” to food qualities. The coloring traits of Hard Maple are something to behold with the varying amounts of darker brown heartwood contrasting with the sapwood creamy white. This wood is highly resistant to abrasion and wears flawlessly with excellent strength properties. Maple finds uses in flooring (domestic, ballroom & gymnasium), furniture, paneling, kitchen cabinets, worktops, tabletops, butcher blocks, toys, kitchenware, millwork, stairs, handrails, mouldings, and doors.


White oak grows abundantly throughout the eastern United States from the South, up through the Appalachian area, northward into areas of southeastern Canada. Oak is the most widely available hardwood with White Oak second to Red Oak in abundance. White Oak is heavy, hard and very strong and its distinctive course, straight grain has longer rays than red oak. White Oak is a popular selection for flooring, stair parts, architectural pulpits, pews, furniture and cabinetry. Its water-resistant characteristics have made it a preferred choice for ship timbers, barrels, paneling and decorative veneers.

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Hickory has tan to brown heartwood with sapwood being white to creamy.  Hickory is a very hard, dense, and strong wood. Hickory is used to make a variety of items such as drum sticks, bows, tool handles, and wheel spokes. Hickory has a very unique color variation that contributes dimension and texture to your space. The grain is normally straight, but can sometimes be irregular or wavy. The texture is somewhat coarse. Hickory hardwood floors are a wonderful choice for active environments.   Hickory makes one of the most durable floors available


It is one of the most abundant tree species in eastern North America, and is most common in New England, the Middle Atlantic states, upper Michigan, and northeast Wisconsin. Red Maple is similar in appearance to Hard Maple. Its close grained sapwood generally is creamy white and its heartwood reddish brown. The grain of Red Maple Hardwood is often dotted with flecks. Red Maple is sometimes referred to as Soft Maple Lumber, because it is not as dense as Hard Maple.  Red Maple is great for Furniture, cabinets, moulding, and flooring.

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The Latin work for Red Oak means “A Fine Tree” which transforms into America’s term for: railroad ties, plows, looms, barrels, furniture and floors. This species is one of the most abundant grown in the Northeastern hardwood forests. Red Oak is similar to white oak but has a slightly less pronounced figure due to the smaller rays and is mostly straight-grained, with a course texture. Red Oak machines well, can be stained to a good finish; is hard and heavy, maintains medium bending strength and stiffness, and has a high crushing strength while being wear resistant.


The common name walnut derives from Old English wealhhnutu, literally 'foreign nut' because it was introduced from Gaul and Italy. These trees typically grow anywhere from 35 feet to 130 feet tall. The sapwood is creamy white, while the heartwood is light brown to dark chocolate brown, occasionally with a purplish cast and darker streaks. It is usually supplied steamed, to darken the sapwood. The wood is generally straight-grained; sometimes with wavy or curly grain that produces an attractive and decorative figure. Walnut is a tough hardwood of medium density, with moderate bending and crushing strengths, and low stiffness. It has a good steam-bending classification.

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Among the most popular of the flooring milled here, our Eastern White Pine flooring is an ideal choice if you want to achieve the “wide plank” floor style common in the Berkshires. Pine flooring is tongue and grooved and available in widths of 6”, 8”, 10” and 12”. Our graders follow the standards of the Northeastern Lumber Manufactures’ Association (NELMA) to ensure only high end, premium grade pine. Eastern Pine is light in gravity, moderately strong, and it’s even texture makes this species easy to work with. Uses range from architectural millwork, furniture, cabinetry, interior trim, knotty pine paneling, floors and doors.


This Tongue & Groove pine pattern  provides the customer with an outstanding solution for roof and subfloor structure where exposed to the lower level. This Tongue and Groove Decking combines appearance grade with unsurpassed quality of finish, making them ideal for exposed ceiling applications.  


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