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Tangiers Reclaimed Oak Flooring (FL420)

Tangiers reclaimed Oak flooring is a premium flooring product that adds warmth and character to any project. Crafted from hand-selected reclaimed Oak boards in mixed widths, it boasts rich and deep brown tones that showcase the stunning natural grain patterns. The unique finish of penetrating oil further enhances the rustic charm of this flooring, making it a perfect choice for those who appreciate the beauty of vintage wood.

What sets Tangiers Oak flooring apart is its original Rough Face surface. This showcases the deep Oak grain and gives each plank its own distinctive character. We carefully preserve this texture to retain the history and character of the wood, creating a flooring product that is not only beautiful but also authentic and sustainable. Transform your space with Tangiers reclaimed Oak flooring and experience the vintage charm of reclaimed wood.


Specifications:

Species:Oak
Thickness:5/8″ or 3/4″
Standard Face Widths:3”, 5”, 6 1/2″, 8 1/2″, random 3″-7″ and 5″-9″
Standard Lengths:2′ to 10′
Milling:Tongue and Groove, Relief on Back, Microbevel
Surface:Original Rough Face
Finish:Penetrating Oil
Type:Engineered or Solid
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Reclaimed Rough Sawn Oak Flooring Spec Sheet

About Reclaimed Wood Flooring

  • All flooring products are available in custom widths and lengths based on availability.
  • Varied amounts of knots, nail holes, surface checks, and other character marks. Character marks are filled on Finished Flooring, optional to be filled on Unfinished Flooring.
  • All flooring is available as solid wood or as an engineered product with a 4mm – 6mm wear layer on a plywood substrate.
  • Reclaimed wood flooring is sourced from barns, factories, homes and other old structures and provenance can be provided on request.
  • Our dedicated finishing team will create custom floors that perfectly match the vision of your project.
  • Our reclaimed wood floors may contain saw marks, nail holes, surface checks, and other historic characteristics.
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