- Regionally Reclaimed Wood
- Pine, Walnut, Pecan, Maple, Oak
- Reclaimed Beams and Dimensional Lumber
- Reclaimed Flooring and Lumber that is remilled
House+Earth’s Lone Star Salvaged Wood preserves old lumber and flooring reclaimed from sites all across the great state of Texas.
Antique wood is a rare and limited resource rich in character and historical charm. Reclaimed wood is a truly sustainable option for those concerned with preserving our cherished woodlands for generations to come. Most of our materials are salvaged from buildings constructed around the turn of the century, utilizing old growth lumber milled over a hundred years ago.
Reclaimed Wood - Austin, TX
House+Earth offers a variety of domestic reclaimed wood suitable for flooring, walls, ceilings, and even furniture - all can be milled to suit. From reclaimed oak and poplar beams, to reclaimed maple gym floors, to rare black walnut, to Texas pecan and white oak barnwood, we can find something that will suit your next project.
Pine shiplap is also sold as repurposed flooring. This cut of wood was originally used for the walls, ceilings, and siding of older buildings. Protected by interior tack cloth and wallpaper in historical homes, this wood is an ideal solution to repurpose as wide plank pine flooring.
House+Earth also reclaims antique red and white oak flooring. Oak flooring was a primary floor covering in Texas during the late 1920’s to mid-1960’s. The oak planks that are rescued are generally a select grade with lengths from 3-feet to 11-feet and widths between 1 1/2″ to 3″, the most common width being 2 1/4″. If you're looking to construct an addition to your mid-century peir-and-beam home, this flooring option will likely match the existing oak floors that are throughout the house. And if the original subfloor is 3 1/4" pine, we can definitely help you there too.
In addition, House+Earth carries several grades of pine taken from reclaimed beams and dimensional lumber used to construct buildings decades ago that is milled down to beautiful tongue-and-groove flooring.