Colonial Lumber earning our customers loyalty, repeat purchases and engaging in the long-term customer relationship. Since launching Colonial Lumber in 1995, The company has grown into offering uniquely crafted products and exclusive designs by master craftsmen. While cultivating a community around its manifesto. It encourages people to do what they love and stop wasting time on everything else. Something that clicks with a generation in flux striving to make their mark in the world…
Since the beginning of radiant heat symptoms, Wide Plank Flooring used, Yes! Over radiant heat systems.
Wormy Chestnut used in wide variety; kitchens, bathrooms, in all coastal or humid climates. A stable and non seasonal wood, Wormy Chestnut ( that stays in place when properly installed ). Suitable to be installed over radiant heat, reclaimed wood has all ready gone through 100 years of seasonal changes ( moisture, heat, cold climate changes ).
Tobacco Pine Flooring .… In 1612 the settlers of the first American colony in Jamestown, grew tobacco as a cash crop. In the 21st century they are fast disappearing barns used for curing tobacco
Colonial Lumber reclaimed wood comes from 100 year old barns we have reclaimed timbers for sale and from lumber salvage yards near me. Some copanies have antique lumber for sale for less traditional structures such as boxcars,coal mines and wine barrels.We have reclaimed wood near me and reclaimed timbers for sale some wood is primarliy used for decoration and home building, for example barn wood siding for sale or salvage lumber for sale used for wood interior wall paneling. Wood once functioned as the primary bulding material. …
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Contact Chestnut Floors : 207 west Ashby Ellis rd Oakland Md 21550 P-1-240-321-1205 or email@example.com
A long family tradition in the timber industry. This photo, taken in 1872, is of a huge old-growth Wormy Chestnut logs. Centered in the photo is Page Durr, founder of Colonial Lumber the parent company of Chestnut Floors , which is now also on the world-wide-web as Colonial Lumber.com.