Eastern White Pine Flooring

Eastern White Pine flooring has characteristics of the Eastern White Pine tree. Eastern white pine is a pale yellow tan to light red brown with occasional streaks of creamy white on some edges and ends. Knots can be large and dark brown. The grain is inconspicuous hard to define. Eastern white pine is soft. Pine flooring dents easily and deep, but this does not shorten the life span. Pine is chosen for it’s rich patina and history. Pine is a comfortable and welcoming floor once it is broken in.

Grades

Select eastern white pine flooring

Mostly clear with an occasional knot, fairly small in size. Boards can have colors ranging from pale yellow tan to light red brown. This grade can be considered more formal than the New England knotty. We are located in The Pine Tree State, Maine, home to the best eastern white pine.

New England original knotty eastern white pine flooring

In our cold state, growth is slow, resulting in tighter grain patterns. We harvest the best pine. Lots of character and large knots very traditional to the original New England style homes. Sampsons finds Maine pine with the most original character for this grade.

Paul + Jula Sampson have forged strong relationships with loggers and mills to get lumber specifically suited to our custom grades. Our grades are unique.

Face Widths

2 1/4” up to 18”

Accent Strips

3/4”

Thickness

25/32” (3/8” up to 1 1/2” are available)

Lengths

5’ can be up to 16’, varies.

Milling

Tongue and groove with back relief, shiplap and square edges.

Sanding

pine flooring can be pre-sand by running through our wide belt sander

Fun facts

Eastern white pine is the most valuable softwood in North America