The term 'antique longleaf pine' refers to wood that is over 100 years
old. Typically, this type of pine is wood recovered from old homes,
barns or other structures. With its rich amber color, its tight grain,
its structural stability, and historical significance, reclaimed wood
renders immense value to a residence or a commercial structure.
Longleaf pine ranges from a deep orange-reddish color for the pieces
with heavy pitch to a pale straw color.
Over time, Longleaf Pine will amber to a darker
Longleaf pine has a dense, tight grain pattern.
Some finishes have difficulty adhering to Longleaf pine and it can be
difficult to stain.
Reclaimed Longleaf Pine is known for its strength and durability and its
resistance to wear.