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  • Tommy Talks: Engineered Flooring

    Tommy Talks: Engineered Flooring

    Over the last five years, the market has started moving exponentially faster towards engineered products and it is apparent that this is the future of hardwood flooring…

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  • A Modern Look at Reclaimed Antique Wide Plank Flooring

    A Modern Look at Reclaimed Antique Wide Plank Flooring

    Reclaimed Antique Wide Plank Flooring isn’t just for rustic spaces - its beauty makes it versatile for every kind of design. This Northeast Ohio corporate headquarters is a perfect example of just how modern Reclaimed Antique Wide Plank Flooring can be and how stunning it looks in a commercial application!

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  • The Story Behind Antique Factory Plank

    The Story Behind Antique Factory Plank

    As the nation moved from an agricultural focus to an industrial focus in the 19th century, the country gained lots of manufacturing power. Mills and factories were rapidly built to keep up with society’s demands - and each needed a floor. Finding a flooring material that was readily available and sturdy enough to handle the daily foot-traffic of a factory proved to be a challenge.

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  • Introducing Primitive Tiny Homes by Olde Wood

    Introducing Primitive Tiny Homes by Olde Wood

    Learn more about our primitive tiny homes crafted with an original handcrafted mortise & tenon frame, created by our team of timber frame experts and Amish carpenters using our reclaimed building materials.

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    Olde Wood "Unlimited" Web Series - Intro to Wide Plank Flooring and Reclaimed Woods

    Take a look the first video in our new web series, Olde Wood Unlimited! Through this web series, we want to give you an inside look at our company and how we provide our customers with the best wide plank flooring and reclaimed wood building materials. Learn about the characteristics of our engineered flooring in our first video, and what qualities make it a lifetime floor. Stay tuned in the next few weeks to learn more about our company, products, and processes!

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  • Olde Wood was Featured on Houzz!

    Olde Wood was Featured on Houzz!

    Olde Wood was featured in a Houzz article yesterday! The article focuses on rustic accents and how they can add warmth to any space. It mentions reclaimed wide plank floors and a photo of our Reclaimed Antique Wormy Chestnut wide plank floors was featured. Find the link to the full article here!

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  • Barn Siding is More Than What Meets the Eye

    Barn Siding is More Than What Meets the Eye

    Reclaimed Antique Barn Siding offers many natural characteristics that can only be found in wood that has been enduring the elements for years. Find out how it gets its characteristics and why it is the perfect product for any project.

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  • Pre-Finished vs Unfinished Flooring - Texture

    Pre-Finished vs Unfinished Flooring - Texture

    When deciding whether to finish your hardwood floor on-site or order it pre-finished there are many factors to consider. One of the tricky factors that plays into the decision is texture. Sometimes it doesn’t matter at all. Sometimes it matters a lot. Let’s take a look.

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  • Hewn to Last - The Story Behind the Beam

    Hewn to Last - The Story Behind the Beam

    One of the most recognizable ways the mystique of the American barn is incorporated into interior design is through the use of reclaimed beams. Their size, shape, and texture present a three-dimensional display of history that demands attention by jutting into the foreground of a space. Not surprisingly, the story behind these beams is as fascinating and antiquated as their appearance suggests.

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  • What to Know: Understanding Your Oil, Water and Natural Oil Finish Options

    What to Know: Understanding Your Oil, Water and Natural Oil Finish Options

    Nearly as important to the character of a room as the wood you put into it, choosing the right finish option is the all-important final step in creating your envisioned hardwood flooring experience. Finishes roughly fall into three categories: Oil-Based Polyurethanes, Water-Based Polyurethanes, and Natural Oils. We’re going line them all up and see how they compare in terms of look and feel, application, durability, reparability, cost, and environmental impact.

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