The Heritage Collection -

Premium Heart of Pine -
The Beaufort, The Guilford and The Halifax


Specialty Reclaimed Heart of Pine -

Quarter Sawn Heart of Pine and
Naily Heart of Pine

The Legacy Collection -

Tobacco Barn Heart of Pine -
The Greene, The Pitt, The Wilson
and The Granville

Newly Sawn -
The North State Collection

The Catawba, The Gaston, The Moore, The Wake, The Currituck,
The Wayne, The Randolph

Exotic Woods -

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Newly Sawn Woods

The North State Collection

The Catawba - Hickory Plank

The Catawba, southern shagbark hickory, is the hardest of all the domestic hardwoods and due to this fact it is widely used for axe handles. It is known for its golden to brown heartwood and calico to white sapwood, which really brings out the gorgeous coloring in the grain. Hickory is a tough, strong, and hard wood, with high shock resistance & bending strength – it looks great in any room, coastal, piedmont, or mountain.

Specifications

Grades: Density: Knots: Mineral Streaks Width Length
Select High
Few Small Minimal 3”-9”  Average 9 ft
Character High
Scatter 3"-4" Frequent 3”-9” Average 9 ft
Rustic High
Frequent 3"-4" Heavy 3”-9” Average 9 ft

The Gaston - Cherry Plank

The small 12” trunk of the Cherry tree produces some of the most valuable hardwood in our state, surpassed only by the Black Walnut tree.

Cherry is a dense and fine-grained hardwood that gets darker and more rich in color as it ages.

 

This flooring application can be found in primary and secondary residences for those seeking a unique floor

Specifications

 
Grades: Density: Knots: Mineral Streaks   Width Length
Select Medium

scattered 32-4 inches

Minimal  3”-9” 3-12"

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The Moore - Yellow Pine

Yellow Pine is the most widely planted forest tree and the most popular for commercial use & ornamental purposes.

 

It is Golden to Yellow in coloring and moderately dense. It has high strength, superior treatability and is very durable. It is the perfect wood for flooring, paneling, decking, and interior beam & molding.

Specifications

Grades: Density: Knots: Mineral Streaks   Width Length
Select Medium
None None 3”-9” 3-12"
Rustic Medium  Frequent Minimal 3”-9” 3-12"

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The Wake - Oak Plank

Oak is one of the hardest and most durable hardwood species. It has a wide variation of coloring from light tan, to creamy white, to brown, depending on the tree species.

 

These characteristics make it one of the most popular plank floors in homes and offices throughout the region. It is beautiful and can truly stand the test of time.

Specifications

 
Grades: Density: Knots: Mineral Streaks Width Length
Select High
None Minimal 3”-9”  3’-12’
Character High
Scatter 1"-3"in Frequent 3”-9”  3’-12’
Rustic High
Scatter 2"-4"in Frequent 3”-9”  3’-12’

The Currituck - Maple Plank

Maple, Acer saccharum Marsh, comes from the Celtic word Acer, which means “hard” and the Latin word Saccharin, meaning “sweet”. It is moderately dense and takes stain beautifully.

 

One of the unique characteristics of the Maple tree is its spring sap run. It is much like the spring call of the coast, which brings us out of winter hibernation and back to nature. This flooring works well in modern applications due to it's fluidity and lack of prominent graining.

Specifications

 
Grades: Density: Knots: Mineral Streaks Width Length
Select Medium
None None 3”-9”  3’-12’
Character Medium
Scattered Scattered 3”-9”  3’-12’

The Wayne - Walnut Plank

This flooring has strength and elasticity more than any other timber, does not split easily, and has a fine to coarse open grain. Besides being used to build the finest of furniture, gun stocks, and cabinet work, it is considered the most exquisite flooring on the market.

 

This flooring application can be found in all primary residential settings. 

 

Specifications

 
Grades: Density: Knots: Mineral Streaks Width Length
Select High
Few Dime Size Minimal 3”-9”  3’-12’
Character High
Scattered Scattered 3”-9”  3’-12’
Rustic High
Frequent Frequent 3”-9”  3’-12’

The Randolph - Ash Plank

It is also an extremely popular wood to use for flooring. For the superstitious it may just make you rich like the old ash wood Christmas log. This was an “old wives” tale that was supposed to bring future prosperity to the home where it was consumed.

 

This flooring application has a truly beautiful natrual white coloration but can be stained much like oak.  Due to it's strength, ash is often used to produce baseball bats. 

Specifications

 
Grades: Density: Knots: Mineral Streaks Width Length
Select High
None None 3”-9”  3’-12’
Character High
None None 3”-9”  3’-12’
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