Reclaimed Flooring

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Reclaimed Flooring is wood that was previously used in various other structures and has been recycled for a new purpose. The environment-friendly approach to hardwood flooring, Reclaimed Harwood offers many variations in design and applications.

Here at Pacific Hardwood Flooring, we know how much your floors can affect the look of your home. We take pride in our work and strive to give you the results you want. You can ask us about all of your flooring questions and learn more about the benefits of reclaimed wood. 

Contact us for pricing and information.

Mon – Sat: 9am-5pm (310) 459-9865

Reclaimed Flooring is “Made To Order”

Reclaimed hardwood flooring is made custom to each order and typically requires 4-6 weeks to arrive depending on the type of wood. Samples are provided on request only and may not be available in our showroom.

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What is Reclaimed Hardwood Flooring?

Over the past few years, reclaimed wood has been gaining popularity as a flooring option. However, reclaimed wood can be used for many other purposes. By definition, reclaimed wood is any lumber taken from previous building projects. People use this type of wood for flooring, wall panels, and home decor.

Because reclaimed wood comes from various building projects, it is available in many styles. For instance, lumber from an old barn could complete your country-style home. But you could use lumber from a wine barrel to achieve a different style.

Where does Reclaimed Wood come from?

Reclaimed wood can come from almost anywhere. However, it most commonly comes from timber used in old barns, decks that are past their prime, and former factories. 

Other sources of reclaimed wood include:

  • Boxcars
  • Wine barrels
  • Mines
  • Pallets
  • Warehouses

The Environmental Benefits of Reclaimed Wood

UCLA issued an environmental report card to Los Angeles County in 2015. According to the report, the county received a C+. For this reason, many locals are trying to be more environmentally conscious with their decisions.

This could mean choosing reclaimed wood as a flooring option. By using this type of flooring, you lessen the need for new lumber. Your decision prevents deforestation.

Another environmental benefit to using reclaimed wood is the impact on landfill waste. Although lumber from old buildings is recyclable, much of it ends up in the landfill. When you use the wood in your flooring, you limit the waste in landfills.

Finally, you can help the environment by reducing environmental hazards. Many non-wood flooring options are made with chemical processes. Those processes can be harmful to the environment. Your choice of using an already manufactured process is an eco-friendly decision.

Other Benefits of Reclaimed Wood

In addition to having environmental benefits, reclaimed wood is attractive for other reasons. First, it can be more affordable than some of the other hardwood flooring options. Of course, this depends on your source of the wood and the types of wood.

Secondly, it can give your home character. A reclaimed piece of wood has a history that gives it a unique appearance. It can easily become the focal point of your room.

Reclaimed Wood Flooring in Los Angeles

Making the decision to use reclaimed wood as your flooring material might be easy. But there are many other decisions to make. Pacific Hardwood Flooring can advise you on all of those decisions. Then, we can get started on your installation.

If you’re ready to get started, contact our office today. Our experienced staff is ready to make your house the home you’ve always wanted it to be.

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Service Information

Pacific Hardwood Flooring handles many different types of servicing for hardwood floors. For more specific details on the services that we offer, visit our service page.

Address

1544 Purdue Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90025

Open Hours

Monday - Saturday: 9am – 5pm
Sun: Closed

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