Reclaimed white oak flooring is produced by resawing beams and decking from old barns and buildings. Additionally, we reclaim oak decking boards salvaged from the shipping industry that would otherwise be sent to a landfill. These decking boards, like all other reclaimed materials, must first be de-nailed and cleared of all metal. Next, we resaw the boards into planks for kiln drying. After drying, we can process our salvaged material into tongue-and-groove flooring. Our reclaimed white oak has grain characteristics that can accomodate a wide variety of staining options to fit your space.