Areas We Serve

For over 50-years, E.T. Moore has been the world’s largest producer of vintage heart pine products. We recover the beauty of reclaimed wood for homes, offices, restaurants, and public buildings throughout the country. Our work has earned us the recommendation of architects and high-profile clients from coast to coast.

To learn more about our services in your area, click on the box with your state below or reach out to us directly. Even if you don’t see your state listed, we will still provide you with the perfect reclaimed wood product to transform and finish your space.

E.T. Moore Reclaimed Wood Products

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Reclaimed Wood Flooring

Beautiful, durable, and timeless. You cannot beat the look of reclaimed wood flooring.

We offer many options with our reclaimed wood floors including wide plank flooring and custom sizes. With our skilled craftsmen, most orders ship in two weeks or less.

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Reclaimed Lumber

Whether your project is building a dining room table, kitchen countertops, reclaimed wood wall, or period doors E.T. Moore has the reclaimed lumber you need right here in Virginia.

E.T. Moore, Jr., personally selects the timbers to be stocked and processed at our facility.

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Reclaimed Wood Beams

Reclaimed beams are eye-catching, drawing your gaze up and completing the architecture of every space.

We stock one of the world’s largest selections of reclaimed heart pine beams right here in Virginia. With a range of finishes that suit all applications, our reclaimed wood beams are perfect for your application.

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Reclaimed Wood Mantels

At E.T. Moore, we’ll custom mill a one-of-a-kind fireplace mantel shelf for your home or business. No matter your preference for style, species, or color, we have or can source exactly what you need.

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Wood Panels, Skins, Shelves

Create accents or change the look and feel of a room with reclaimed wood.

With our refined grading process and consistent quality standards, you can be sure that E.T. Moore’s reclaimed wood walls, skins, and shelves are long-lasting, durable, and exceptionally beautiful.

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Mouldings & Components

With E.T. Moore, the United States has access to the largest and most complete selection of reclaimed heart pine mouldings, hand-railings and stair components in the nation.

We can also run custom profiles from hand drawings, CAD or samples and have them ready for delivery in two-weeks or less.

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We Buy Wood

We buy wood from salvaged or demolished textile mills (15,000 SF up to 800,000 SF) built from the 1850s to the early 1930s. We also buy from wholesalers in the Barnwood and large textile mill industry who can deliver or load up a truck that we send over.

If you have antique wood, an old barn, or a textile mill slated for demolition, please contact us. We’d love for you to sell us your reclaimed wood.

Sell Your Wood

Reclaimed Wood Flooring FAQ

Reclaimed wood offers a unique natural beauty and durability unmatched by any other flooring product on the market. In our FAQ guide, you’ll learn all there is to know about reclaimed wood flooring, including how to select the right planks and how to care for reclaimed wood floors.

If you have questions that we don't answer in this guide, we invite you to contact us. At E.T. Moore, one of our knowledgeable and friendly reclaimed wood experts is here to help whenever you need it.

Reclaimed flooring FAQ

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About E.T. Moore

At E.T. Moore, we strive for perfection and take pride in being the best. We’ve been that way since our founder E. Taylor Moore, Jr., started creating beautiful spaces in 1969.

We’ve long since established ourselves as the world’s largest producer of vintage heart pine products, and you can see our work in several notable places, like:

Click to learn more about us and how we can source even the rarest of reclaimed woods.

About E.T. Moore