Reclaimed wormy chestnut wood is one of the rarest types of reclaimed hardwood. All that is left of this wood is from old growth chestnut trees that were wiped out in the early 1900s. When the historic chestnut blight took over, the remaining wood was damaged by insects, which left heavy worm hole patterns and vivid alterations in color. On display with wormy chestnut flooring is how beautiful flaws can be.
Our reclaimed wormy chestnut displays straight, strong grains and hues that range from golden honey to darker brown. Today, new chestnut sprouts are fighting their way to old growth, but for many centuries to come, reclaimed wormy chestnut will be all that is left. To reclaim a bit of history and invite a show stopping appearance into your design, consider our wormy chestnut wood flooring.
Width | 2”-12”
Length | 2’- 20’
Thickness | 3/4" unless customized
Edges | Bevel, Micro-bevel, or Square
Milled Profile | Square or Tongue & Groove
Finish | Unfinished or Pre-finished to customer specifications
Engineered Wood Flooring | Click HERE for details
Services | All flooring is kiln-dried, end matching available
Custom orders beyond these specifications available upon request.
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