Hard Pine Flooring

Hard pine flooring, sometimes also called heart pine, is just a bit softer than yellow birch and red oak. If you want a look that’s different from oak that’s so popular these days, without spending lots of money, this may be a good choice for you.

Early New England homes are known for their prized hard pine flooring. This beautiful flooring has a warm, soothing character that will add just the right touch of flair and beauty to your home. Red pine is the traditional name of the tree from which hard pine flooring is derived from. Red pine has a deep cherry tone that can add coziness and warmth to your home.

If you are looking to get the look of a classic country home, hard pine flooring may be the beginning (and end!) of your quest. The characteristic knots and veining are features that are so well known in older period homes. You can give your home the same timeless look that these older homes are so famous for.
One of the best things about hard pine flooring is that the floor develops even more of a cherry red patina over the years. This patina can be enhanced even more by the application of a brown stain, giving your floors a warm and inviting look that you will enjoy. You will bask in the glow of self-satisfaction knowing that these floors get even more beautiful over the years with their change in color and character.
Hard pine flooring comes in many different widths allowing you to create the look you want in your home. For a more country farmhouse look, the wider width will work best to create a comfortable and casual atmosphere. From tongue and groove to shiplap to square edge, you can find the right style of hard pine flooring for your design needs.
One of the best things about hard pine flooring is its durability factor. Unlike soft pine flooring hard pine flooring can hold up well without dents and dings from shoes and furniture. This flooring will withstand the wear and tear of your normal, everyday life to give you a floor that will stand the test of time and look stunning for many years to come. You will be delighted with the way that this hard pine flooring can instantly give your home a new and warmer look.
Getting reclaimed hard pine flooring is a wonderful way to be environmentally responsible. Obtaining flooring that has been saved from older homes and installing the reclaimed flooring in your own home can give your newer home that older, warmer, and grand coziness feel that will soothe your senses. Reclaimed hard pine flooring comes complete with its own unique marks of time and aged patina that gives your home a touch of history.
Whether you choose a new cut of hard pine flooring or reclaimed hard pine flooring, you will find that it will give your home a warm and inviting look that you will love. If you have been looking for a way to add beauty and a cozy ambiance to your home via your floors, you will find that hard pine flooring can fit the bill.

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  1. We had reclaimed hard pine flooring installed a few years back. My brother-in-law works in construction, so we were able to save a ton of money on the price. My wife loves it, she’s always wanted pine flooring and I like how much I saved. And it really does look good, as it’s been changing over the years. Great investment.


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