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Flooring Vents Circle Sawn Oak White Oak Rustic White Oak
Flooring Vents Circle Sawn Oak Hardwood Flooring White Oak flooring rustic White Oak Flooring
Wood Floor Vents
Circle Sawn Oak plank flooring White Oak flooring, rustic, plank, unfinished White Oak Flooring
Quarter Sawn White Oak Red Oak Wormy Oak Rustic Walnut
Quarter Sawn White Oak Flooring Red Oak Flooring Wormy Oak Flooring Walnut Flooring
Quarter Sawn white select Flooring Red Oak Flooring Wormy Oak Flooring Walnut Flooring
Walnut Cherry Hickory New Heart Pine
Walnut Flooring Cherry Hardwood Flooring Hickory Flooring New Heart Pine Flooring
Walnut Flooring Cherry Flooring Hickory Flooring New Heart Pine Flooring
Ambrosia Maple Ash Cumaru Hard Maple
Wormy Maple flooring Ash flooring Cumaru flooring Hard Maple Flooring
Wormy Maple flooring Ash flooring Cumaru flooring Hard Maple Flooring
Ipe- Brazilian Walnut Locust Tigerwood Flooring Sassafras
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Ipe Flooring Locust Flooring Tigerwood Flooring Sassafras Flooring
Ipe- Brazilian Walnut Flooring Locust Flooring Tigerwood Flooring Sassafras Flooring
Australian Cypress
Australian Cypress Flooring
Australian Cypress Flooring
   
 
Tidewater Lumber and Moulding manufactures the highest quality lumber from around the world into authentic plank floors. We consider a plank floor to be wider and longer than “strip flooring.” strip flooring is typically 2 ¼” wide and only 6” (inches) through 7’ (feet) in length. Our plank floors are so long that they do not need to be end matched.

We offer two grades of flooring; the first is rustic, which will have tight knots and more color variation such as mineral streaking; the second grade is select, which is milled from a higher grade of lumber. Select flooring will have very few knots, if any, and the color will be more consistent.