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Old Wood Commercial Flooring Hardwood

Old Wood began as a family wood business based on the Old family ranch in the Rocky Mountains. They have expanded to become a national manufacturer and international exporter of fine wood flooring including very wide planks, end grain wood blocks and architectural elements. Old Wood combines aggressive technology and modern process to manufacturer uniquely great floors, while drawing inspiration from art, the design community and modern forest-science. Old Wood is dedicated to the sustainability, improvement, and proper utilization of their forests.

End Grain
Plank Floors

Features & Benefits

• Offers a unique yet classic look with superior durability
• Ideal for restaurants, hotels, and other high-traffic applications
• Can be stained to suit your own particular tastes

  • Superior durability, tight grain, and rich red colorations
  • Janka rating of 2345 (80% harder than red oak)
  • Blocks available in 4×4″, 3×4″, 3×3″, 2×4″, 2×3″, and 2×2″ widths
  • Hexagons available in 3.5″ dimensions
  • 1/2″ thick
  • Additional colors: Golden Pecan


Ponderosa PineOld-Wood-Ponderosa-Pine-End-Grain-Hardwood-Flooring
  • Sourced from fire reclamation efforts
  • Richly-textured features a tight ring structure, making it highly durable
  • Natural blue stain
  • Sizes 3×3, 3×4, 4×4, 3×5, 4×6, 4×8
  • 3/4″ thick
  • Herringbone and pinwheel patterns available in 3×6 and 4×8


Douglas FirOld-Wood-Douglas-Fir-End-Grain-Hardwood-Flooring



  • Aromatic and colorful wood
  • Deep red and purple colorations with striking color streaks


White OakOld-Wood-White-Oak-End-Grain-Hardwood-Flooring




  • Sourced from SW America with help of Alamo Navajo Band
  • Similar to mesquite, harder than common pine varieties




Features & Benefits

• Widths between 13-24″ (average is between 6-8″)
• Very customizable (Wide array of textures and styles)
• Can be up to 24″ in width and 20″ long
• Thickness is either 7/8″ or full 1″

Conventional T&G
Mountain High Grade
  • Made from either Douglas Fir or Ponderosa Pine
  • Character grade floor is still number one grade, all defects have been removed to give best look and quality
  • Book-matched boards and sequential pairs will all come with your floor
Circle Sawn
  • Made on a real circular saw (all marks are real)
  • Ideal for restaurants and clubhouses
Skip Planed
  • Like circle sawn, but with marks of a band saw
    • Slightly “toned down” in comparison
Hand Planed
  • Made using block planes
  • Carefully sanded to prevent splinters, absorbs stains
Hand Scrapped
  • One of the most popular models
  • Name derived from the once-common technique of using a draw knife to scrape a plank into smoothness
Summit County
  • Unique finish combines aspects of skip planed, hand planed, and hand scraped, underlying a unique “Cobbler Finish” by using a variety of hammers to create clusters
  • Draws inspiration from an early 19th century cobbler’s table in Santa Fe
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Wire Brushed
  • Combination of “dock of bay” and “burn and brush” for a beautiful finish
  • Brushing increases wear on Fir and Pine floors, as it removes the softer “spring wood” from between the rings