Reclaimed Period Hardwood American Beech Parquet Block Flooring

 

Description

Reclaimed Period Hardwood American Beech Parquet Block Flooring

A beautiful batch of reclaimed American beech hardwood parquet.
American Beech is generally a reddish-brown patina which is a coarser quality than European beech.

These parquet blocks are all reclaimed from a period property in London.
This flooring has a fantastic grain very similar to oak.

The first 4 images show the blocks with a light sand and a clear wax. The blocks can be finished with a variety of different waxes or oils in different colour tones.
Images 5, 6 and 7 show the blocks with just sanded lightly.
The last 2 images show these parquet blocks in the their reclaimed state, as you will receive them.

The blocks have been cleaned to the best of our ability and only have slight bitumen residue on the underneath. This bitumen will take to any floor adhesive so are ready to lay.

The dimensions of each block is approximately as follows:
Width – 65mm
Thickness – 24mm
Lengths – 250mm

£25.00 + vat per square metre
We currently have approximately 60m2 square metres available.

Nationwide delivery available. Please feel free to ask for a quote.

We accept all major credit cards / debit cards including American Express.

Warwick Reclamation is a family run business supplying high quality, traditional reclaimed building materials and architectural antiques to the trade and public.
Our 2 acre site and two storey showroom display a fantastic range of specialist reclaimed and salvaged materials

Please remember before ordering:
This is a character reclaimed material.
All dimensions on our listings are approximate. If size is essential then please contact us before purchase.
The selected images are representative of the condition and quality. Please be aware colour may not be 100% accurate due to digital images / lighting etc. Please contact us for more images.

You are welcome to visit and view our products in our yard. Viewing is available Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm and Saturday 9.30am – 1pm

Any questions please do not hesitate to ask