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Rustic White Pine


History and Characteristics of Rustic White Pine

The Hard Pines include a group of Pines which are most commonly found in the southern United States; these include Longleaf, Shortleaf, Slash and Loblolly Pines. The wood characteristics of these southern species include some of the highest densities among pine and a very uneven grain. Put side by side lumber from these hard pines is practically identical.

 


Specifications

  • New Rustic solid wood flooring is normally milled to 3/4″ thickness .
  • Vintage Lumber is also able to meet customer’s requirements for both thinner (minimum 3/8”) and thicker solid flooring.
  • Most of our solid flooring is produced in random widths(RW) from 2” to 10”, on the full inch face. Typical RW ranges are 3” to 6”(3,4,5,6), 3” to 8”, 7” to 10”, or any combination needed. Board widths of over 20” are sometimes available in certain species. The wider the widths required, the higher the costs. Our RW flooring is usually not sold as a repeating pattern(equal lineal feet of each width). For prompt filling of orders, we base our RW counts on available widths in inventory, and we calculate a 9 or 10 board width sequence to facilitate installation to avoid all of one width remaining at the end.
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