If you’ve ever taken a drive along the Eastern seaboard, chances are you’ve seen a run-down old barn or mill. Would you ever guess these buildings are the source of beautiful reclaimed wood floors? Carlisle, a wide-plank flooring company, selects the highest quality wood from such structures, cuts it into usable planks, and mills it to perfection. The end result is a one-of-a-kind floor that maintains its original character through unique details like nail holes, knots and splits.
What once appeared as minor imperfections transform into beautiful floors unlike anything that can be manufactured today. Carlisle is certified by the Forestry and Stewardship Council (FSC) for its environmentally green forestry practice and is also recognized for its sustainability. Reclaimed wood floors not only contribute to the aesthetic of a room, they also bridge the gap between past and present and hark back to an age of unparalleled craftsmanship. For more, visit http://www.wideplankflooring.com