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Vintage White Pine


History and Characteristics of Vintage White Pine

White Pine is native to the north east, and mid atlantic regions of the United States. White Pine was used as structural framing logs, beams, and planks as well as boards for siding, sheathing, and flooring.  Reclaimed eastern white pine is a low density soft wood with coloration ranging from a light blonde to deep chestnut tones. The subtle grain of reclaimed white pine provides an ambiance of warmth and comfort equaled by few other species. Vintage Lumber cautions that white pines low density may make it unsuitable as flooring in high traffic areas. However, some customers may deem the tendency to “dent” desirable for continuing evidence of wear and “antiquing.”


Specifications

  • Reclaimed solid wood flooring is normally milled to 17mm thickness (same top wear layer above the T&G as 3/4”, with a thinner bottom layer to maximize yield from scarce supplies of raw material).
  • 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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